A huge reason golf can be so difficult to play on a consistent level is that all your irons are different lengths, have different club head lie angles, and different ball positions. Sterling Irons® Single Length Irons remove over 90 variables from your golf game.
MASTER ONE SWING
Tired of having 8 completely different swings for all your irons? Sterling Irons® Single Length Irons allow you to master just one swing. Get ready for the consistently lowest scores of your life!
The Most Technologically Advanced Set of Single Length Irons The World Has Ever Seen
90 DAYS MONEY
Improved trajectory control and distance gapping from club to club.
Easier to hit 8-iron length clubs vs. other companies who use 5, 6, or 7-iron length
Easier On The Short Game
8-iron length clubs around the green are long enough to feel good for your back but still short enough to hit great chips and pitchesh
Custom Fitting Options
Choose your own shaft material, shaft flex, swing weight, lie angle, and grip size
Each club is hand-checked for loft angle, lie angle, and swing weight before it goes out the door
High End Materials
Made with HS300 High Strength Steel and 8620 Carbon Steel
Created by Professional Golfer Jaacob Bowden and club design industry icon Tom Wishon, Sterling Itrons® are the world’s most technologically advanced set of single length irons the world has ever seen.
- 90 day money back guarantee
- $25 USPS shipping to anywhere in the USA!
- 2-year performance warranty
Jaacob Bowden – PGA
Former 14-handicap average-length-hitting golfer turned professional golfer and long drive champion with multiple cuts made on tours around the world and a 421-yard competitive best drive.
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How to Choose the Right Set Makeup of Sterling
Irons® for Your Game
It is critically important to us that you choose the correct set makeup of Sterling Irons® for your swing speed and for your playing ability. It is no good to us or to the golfer to have irons in their set that they cannot hit well enough to have them be a part of your set. This chart will help you decide which set makeup is going to be best for your game. As always if you have questions of any nature about the Sterling Irons® or about any element of golf club technology, we welcome your questions and we are always glad to help with the best information.
Set Makeup Selection for Sterling Irons®
|Set Makeup||Current 7-iron Carry Distance*|
|4 iron to SW||165 yds and more|
|5 iron to SW||145-164 yds|
|5 hybrid, 6 iron to SW||140-155 yds|
|6 iron to SW||130-145 yds|
|7 iron to SW||129 yds or less|
|Current 7 iron clubhead speed|
|85mph or higher|
|64 mph or lower|
An accurate 7-iron clubhead speed is preferable to the carry distance as a data point for set makeup selection.
* – based on a 7 iron loft of 33*. For each 2* your 7 iron loft is lower, subtract 5 yds from the entries in the current 7 iron distance to obtain your recommended set makeup
Note: The Angle of Attack also affects the set makeup selection. The more steep/downward your Angle of Attack of the club coming into impact, the more difficult you will find it to elevate the shot high to fly and carry. If you are more steep than a -3* Angle of Attack as read by TrackMan or FlightScope, subtract 5 yds from the entries in the current 7 iron carry distance to obtain your recommended set makeup.
Golfer with 150 yd carry distance with 33* loft # 7 iron and a -2* Angle of Attack
Set Makeup = 5 iron or 5 hybrid to SW
Golfer with 140 yd carry distance with 31* loft #7 iron and a -3* Angle of Attack
Set Makeup = 6 iron to SW
Golfer with 145 yd carry distance with 31* loft #7 iron and a -4* Angle of Attack