It seems more companies are adding a single length iron to their models. Frankly, I see too many downsides to it to go with it. Among those are 1) the woods aren’t included, and how could they be? (37.5″ driver?) 2) wedges are too long. If you grip down on them, you’re back to a lie angle issue.
However, there are lots of golfers who can hit their 5 wood but not their 3 or 1, or who can hit their 5 hybrid, but not their 3 hybrid, or their 6 iron, but not their 3 or 4.
Could the single length concept be adjusted to design a set of single length woods, say 43″, single length hybrids, say 41″, and single length long irons for 3-6, say 38″ and single length short irons and wedges, say, 36″? Is there any feasibility or benefit to this? (I hope this question isn’t wasting your time!) Thanks, Michael
By the way, I’m totally happy with the traditional way of designing club lengths.