I've been playing golf since about 2010 , I picked it up in the military .
We would go to the local course on the weekends and Play front or back 9 just depends , and of course we would have a cooler of beer good times and a
great way to relieve stress.
There were 4 of us and At first we were all pretty terrible , Golf is extremely challenging it requires immense focus and body mechanics control .
But none the less I grew to love the Golf , and for years I have played with an old set of Dunlop tour pro Irons not the most forgiving clubs but I
got used to them .
I digress I'm droning on let me get to the point , I have always struggled with transitioning from Short Irons to Long Irons I have to take like 10
practice swings to get my mechanics in motion for the long Irons .
I heard about the Cobra One length Clubs and at first I turned my nose up at them like most traditional golfers assuming they were a gimmick at best ,
Then I read an article Written by a Golfer named Bryson DeChambeau he is a PGA pro using one length clubs and he won the US Open in 2016 , so I took
notice I did some research on One Lengths and the Principle is simple each Club is the Length of a 7 Iron 37.5inches so no matter what club your
playing whether it's a PW or a 3 iron the club is the same length so you use the same Swing pattern .
No changing your feet width, no moving the ball forward or back none of that Long Iron sweeping motion , Just swing every Club as if it were a 7 Iron.
To those new to Golf , A 7 Iron is probably the easiest Club to hit it is a neutral club requiring a middle ball setup .
So I bought a set of One Length about 8 monthes ago , and My Golf game has become unbelievably consistent at least compared to what it was . It's like
I was working against myself all those years playing varied length clubs were like an exercise in futility . These Clubs are going to change the Game
of Golf , now I'm not saying these Clubs are for everyone because there not it honestly depends on your swing mechanics .
But they worked for me, My handicap is between 10-12 which is not amazing but it's much better than what it was.
Has anyone else switched to OneLengths ?
edit on 30-9-2020 by asabuvsobelow because: (no reason given)