I have had many questions from my subscribers lately regarding Single Length irons so I thought I should address it here. These are irons that are all the same length from the SW to 4 iron. In this case they would be the length of a 7, or 8 iron.
This is a concept that has been around for more than 20 years, but has recently become popular due to the success of Bryson Dechambeau who is playing on the PGA Tour with a Single length set of irons. He also won the NCAA men's title, and US. Amateur titles in 2015. He also sets up and makes impact on the same plane as I teach on this website. He basically is looking to make the game as simple as possible.
I only recommend single length sets now for those who go through a fitting at Club Champion Golf or who can test the clubs on a launch monitor. I have found that most sets are not providing proper distance dispersion between clubs. So the wedges fly too far, and the longer irons too short. Unless you can get fit with the perfect shaft and clubs I do not think it works as well as conventional clubs.
At Club Champion they can determine as part of their fitting process if it will work for you or not. When signing up for a fitting you put in my name as your pro and you will get the VIP treatment and save 5% on any clubs that you end up ordering.