Should all my clubs be the same length?

Should all my clubs be the same length?

As for all of his irons being the same length and being legal, the PGA Tour has no jurisdiction on whether or not his clubs are too long, too short or all one length. The only governing body to make rulings about equipment would be the USGA and the R&A (The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews).

Why are DeChambeau’s clubs the same length?

The idea is similar in nature to a theory proposed by Homer Kelley in his book, “The Golfing Machine,” where he suggests players choke down on their clubs to make sure they’re the same length to promote one swing with one ball position and radius.

What golfers use same length clubs?

Bryson DeChambeau does things a little differently on the golf course. One of the aspects that sets him apart on tour is the set of one-length irons in his golf bag. Pro Tips spoke with DeChambeau about his decision to use one-length irons.

Do any pros use single length irons?

DeChambeau is currently the only Tour player who uses single-length irons, but Norman said he thinks that could change in the future.

Can you turn any irons into one length?

Golfers who are interested in a Single Length set are going to have to test hit clubs properly engineered and manufactured for assembly as a Single Length set to be able to try the concept. It is completely impractical to alter an existing iron set to the Single Length concept.

What length driver does Rickie Fowler use?

43.5 inches
Rickie Fowler is a notable name who uses something well under 44.75 inches. Back in 2017, Fowler chose to cut down his Cobra driver to 43.5 inches to pick up some accuracy; he went on to win the Honda Classic that season, which pretty much validated the gear tweak.

What is the downside to one length irons?

The Cons of Single Length Irons Just as the consistent length of the shaft makes the long irons easier to hit, it makes the short irons more difficult to hit. This can impair the confidence of new and experienced golfers alike, as they expect the short irons to be the easiest clubs to hit solidly.

Should all my irons be the same length?

Advocates of single-length irons point to one big benefit and a couple other pluses: With all the irons being the same length, a golfer can use the exact same setup and exact same swing with every club.