DO SINGLE LENGTH GOLF CLUBS SUIT YOUR GOLF SWING?

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Comments

G Blizzard says:

This time of the year, I'd play any length club just to play 18

tryNtryAGAIN says:

The long short irons have a pukey feel about them ,feels all wrong for me .I prefer to keep traditional length for the short irons for sure .

Doug says:

Been playing cobra single length 60 degree thru 3 hybrid for about 6 months. Love them. 12 hdcp.

P Jappert says:

Hello everybody, I'm from Switzerland and love Russels YouTube movies. I'm already looking forward to trying it all out on the range and on the court. I'm 60 years old, and work in the office and in the evening I go to play some golf. My Hcp is 12 and I practice very little. For 1 year now I have been playing the one length of Cobra (Regular not pro) and I am thrilled. I won't change for sure back to the variabel length. In the beginning it's a bit of a change, especially with the short irons and the sandwedge, but when you get used to everything it's just great. You have one position for all clubs. Before it was a huge position difference between pitching wedge and 5 for me. Today the same position. I hit the 5 much better now and don't have to bend so much down for the sandwedge. It Is much easier. I'll get that one length hybrid that Cobra has👍.The 3 wood and the driver remain for the fun😬. I am an absolute fan (also from your instruction videos Russel). Many thanks, greetings from the snow, Peter

Chester says:

I would be willing to try them. The concept certainly seems to make sense for ALL ages.

mark tyrrell says:

How do you lads feel the cobra SL compare to the sterling irons that two of you have gamed? Thanks for the review 👍🏻

Ian Pentz says:

Why don’t the equipment guys make the 5-2 iron the same size, as your guest says the longer irons are where us older codgers have a problem. Anyone experimented with this? I knocked my driver from 45.5 to 44.5 inches ( loads touring pros do this) and lost 5 years but grouping was17% better. I also Delos my irons, think it might help us older guys. Not keen to experiment on my Modus 120 stiff. I’m 6.3 foot or1.85 m tall. 6 handicap.

Seve Sellors says:

Recently tried Cobra F9 variable and single very close results but advised on single from a six down. Then hybrid, fairway and driver.
Very nice clubs, I'm a 23 handicap and 69 years and play on tough championship courses. Quality and distance excellent.

DB George says:

I like the idea but I'm concerned to lay out the cash for new irons and half through the season having buyers remorse. Variable length irons are just tried and true…….but I love the idea of single length. Not sure what to do.

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