Honestly, you shouldn’t play any clubs simply because a pro plays them.

Typically, top tour players are paid millions of dollars to play clubs from a certain manufacturer and it is in their contract to switch to the latest clubs any time the manufacturer comes out with something new. Really you should play what best fits your own game.

That being said the answer is yes.

Bobby Jones apparently won the Grand Slam using single length irons.

Moe Norman, a golfer who many consider one of the greatest ball strikers of all times, used single length irons.

Jaacob Bowden PGA, used 1Iron Golf’s single length irons to shoot his first tournament round in the 60s in 2007. He also shot the Speedgolf World Championship record for golf score at Bandon Dunes with a 72 in 55 minutes and 42 seconds using GRIA Golf’s single length hybrid irons.

More recently, PGA TOUR winner and Ryder Cup player Bryson DeChambeau used single length irons from Edel Golf to also win the 2015 NCAA Championship and 2015 US Amateur. PGA TOUR player Matt Dobyns plays single length irons as well.