Single Length Irons – My First Impressions Part 1

I was really lucky to have a chance toGuy Cross WITB 2017 - Impact Golf Latin America's #1 English Language Golf Blog get my hands on a set of Cobra KING One irons before they hit the shops here in Panama but I wanted to address my concerns on some points before I pulled the trigger!

Firstly I wanted to see how the PW and GW looked. These are two of my scoring clubs, my course management is often based around laying-up to my favourite shots with these wedges (that’s a tip you can to the bank dear reader). It was weird standing further away from the ball with my longer wedges, but they looked ok.

Cobra King One Forged - Impact Golf Latin America's #1 English Language Golf Blog Secondly, I needed to look at the 4 iron. This was the weirdest thing, it’s just so short, but I hated my existing 4 iron so I wasn’t too worried that it would perform worse.

I also REALLY liked the thicker grips, straight off the bat I was sold! I had been Mr Standard for a long time, but now I’m switching into plus size grips on all my clubs!

This post follows on from another, explaining why I chose to play Single Length Irons.  Click here to read it.

To read about my first on course experiences please wait for more in part 2.

 

Author: Guy Cross

Guy Cross runs Impact Golf, the website and the company. He's been playing golf since he was 12 and turned pro when he was 16. He loves to chat golf, get in touch on Instagram @impactgolfnet or email gc@impactgolf.net

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