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1 Iron Golf 1 3 Irons Review

1 Iron Golf 1 3


Description
  • Low center of gravity
  • Utilize stepless steel shafts
  • Grips are 1/16” oversize



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Review Date
July 21, 2015

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Johnny ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
1-Irons 3i-LW plus Driver

Summary:
Picked up a set on ebay and have played 2 rounds so far. Added a 1/2" after the first round to get them to the correct length for me. Initially could hit the long irons very well, albeit about 5-10m shorter than normal, but accuracy is well up. I hit 10 out of 14 fairways with the driver and pretty long. As said on many of the posts, a good trade off. Still early days yet, but have already ordered the 3 wood to complete the set. Wedges at the moment are still feeling a little alien, but am certain that I will acclimatize pretty easily.
Previous set are Ping G25's, so have got to be good for me to contemplate changing, and I am sure even at this early stage I will be.

Customer Service:
Customer service (David Lake) is the best I have known, and I did not even buy the clubs off him. He is very knowledgeable and always replies swiftly to any queries. Absolutely first rate.



Review Date
June 30, 2015

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Paul Car ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
1 iron golf irons

Summary:
I am a solid 14 handicap... 45 years old and can't find any consistency with my game. I have looked at these clubs but dismissed them as I knew I could never resell them.... eBay is my crutch! Literally, I have owned Cleveland hb3 and mt's... Ping i20, TM rocketballz, and settled on my favorites the old Titleist zb's.... Just this year alone. I am an 80ish mph swing speed with 5 iron. I do not carry an iron above a 5 which I hit sporadically... I hit my 7 iron 150.... My friend who is a former club maker bought the 1 iron golf system irons just to tinker with them. He then let me borrow them....
At 5'7 inches tall... All standard clubs are long and I always hit my 8 or 9 iron well.... These were all wtf less than 32.9 inches or equal to my 9 iron.... I hit them better with less effort, and no distance loss. They are deadly accurate with a good swing. And, I hit the 3 iron same distance as my 7 wood with much better accuracy. I have always played my ball in the same spot as I watch the Swing my way videos by Jack Nicklaus... So easy transition for me... The bigger grips were a bit funny at first but adapted very fast... Mentally, a short hitter I am, but who cares if I hit 5 iron or 9 iron on my approaches as it is same club.... I have spoken with Mr Lake personally (even called me back when I left a message on a weekend) and now ordering the driver and the 3 wood.... They are legit.... Wish I tried them two years ago and about 9 sets ago....

Customer Service:
A+

Similar Products Used:
TM Rocketballz, Ping i20, Titleist ZB, Cleveland mt and hb3



Review Date
May 27, 2015

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Larr Wolf ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
#3 iron to LW

Summary:
The irons are exceedingly well built and their fitting formula is spot on. No loss of distance with the "long" irons like I've heard naysayers claim. In fact, I've picked up a couple of yards with all the irons over my old set. Very playable and consistent ball striking and super accurate. I would rate these irons the best I've ever played and would recommend them to anyone.

Customer Service:
I have never before dealt with any company that has the high level of customer service that 1 Iron Golf has.

Similar Products Used:
Taylormade, Callaway



Review Date
May 12, 2015

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Matthew Falcon ,  Shoots in the 70s

Model Reviewed:
Pro-Line irons #3 to LW (11 irons)

Summary:
I have been playing the 1-Irons for the past nine years (driver, #3 wood, and #3 iron through LW). These are the best golf clubs I have ever played. Recently I upgraded to the 1-Iron Pro-Line (#3 through LW) and have been thoroughly impressed by the additional accuracy and precise ball striking. I still play my original 1-Iron driver and #3 wood.

For anyone who has not tried the 1 Irons I will say that you don't know what you are missing. In my case, when I first started playing them my handicap dropped by 10 strokes within the first year and has dropped by another 8 strokes over the past nine years. My new Pro-Line Irons are allowing me to drop the last few strokes from my game to become a zero handicap.

Customer Service:
By far and away excellent. Anyone who says differently has not dealt with this company or their President David Lake, and is simply trying to besmirch the One Iron Golf System concept.



Review Date
May 6, 2015

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Thomas Skinner ,  Shoots in the 70s

Model Reviewed:
Driver + #3 wood + all the irons

Summary:
The consistent ball striking with these clubs is something you have to experience to believe. I hit my #3 iron with the same ball striking consistency as my #9 iron and wedges. As others have posted, fat shots and other miss-hits disappear from your game. Distance is about 3 yards farther per iron than my old irons and twice as accurate. I'd recommend these to everyone - and I have.

Customer Service:
Like everyone else has posted, the customer service is far and away the best I've ever experienced. This company will bend over backwards to accommodate you.

Similar Products Used:
Pings, Callaways



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