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The Ultimate in Modern Day Technology for Game Improvement
The golf industry has learned a lot in the last few years with regard to irons. Single length irons, whether it be our own extremely popular Pinhawk SL irons, Cobra’s, or other brands, have been proven to make the game easier. Bryson Dechambeau, love him or hate him, has shown the world that the single length concept is viable even at the highest level.
But is a full set of single length irons, from #3 iron all the way through sand wedge, ideal for every golfer? Simply put, no. A player with a slower swing speed may have trouble elevating their “long” irons in a single length set. If they do not have the swing speed in order to achieve an adequate launch, it can sap the distance of their “long” irons. Of course, for many, dealing with a lower launch on their “long” irons in single length clubs is worth the trade-off of having game improvement consistency.
The Best of Both Worlds
Introducing the Pinhawk Vertex Dual Length Irons! A vertex in math is defined as “a point where two lines meet”, and that is the perfect name to describe these irons. Not completely single length, and not traditional length. Instead, just two different lengths: the 3, 4 and 5 irons one length, and the 6, 7, 8, 9, PW, AW, SW another.
This configuration results in no distance loss in the long irons and the full benefits of single length irons in the “short” set (6-SW). 2 different lengths, and just 2 swing planes, vs many planes in a traditional set.
The New Iron Technology
The 3 and 6 iron use a new iron technology. First, they have an ultra-thin, high strength cup face to help increase ball speed and maximize distance. The weight saved by the thinner face is positioned to allow for an optimal launch angle. This is a hollow bodied design that provides unparalleled forgiveness and distance.
The technology used in the lower lofted club in each of the two Vertex lengths (the 3 iron being the lowest lofted club of the long irons, and the 6 iron being the lowest lofted club of the short irons) is necessary for correct distance gapping across the entire set.
The 411 on The Pinhawk Vertex Dual Length Irons
Can’t I just buy some other iron heads and make (or modify) a set like this?
No, if you want a playable set. Both single length or dual length iron set cannot be made from traditional iron heads. A traditional set of iron heads has a different weight and lie angle for every head. If you were to try and build a set of single length or dual length set with heads of varying weight, not only would your swing weights vary wildly, but the flex of each club would also be different throughout the entire set.
Are they available in left hand? Currently, there are no immediate plans of offering these in a left-handed version.
Are the Pinhawk Vertex Irons USGA Legal? Yes. They are listed as conforming irons on the , listed under Pinhawk.