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Date Posted: 08:18:32 06/12/13 Wed
Author: Brett Bergeson
Subject: One Iron Clubs Review

I never have reviewed anything, period, but feel strongly compelled to review these clubs. I have found myself relying heavily on reviews of others to make purchases of various things and feel obligated now to help others make informed decisions.

First off I purchased the set of 3-PW demo's, 1-3 woods, SW, LW, GW. Have no concerns or worries about the quality of these demo clubs that you will receive. There were absolutely no indicators of prior use on mine.

Background info: I haven't golfed seriously since high school and that was over 30 years ago. I haven't golfed at all in the last 7 years. I have always thought that having different length clubs weren't right but didn't know enough to question why. So as I decided this year to get back into golfing I did some research and found these clubs along with the answers to my previous speculation. I've been out to the range several times to get the feel for the system and golfing twice. I'm ready to start keeping score if that gives you an idea of how quickly you come up to speed with this system and I only keep score when I get in range of a bogey round of golf.

As far as form is concerned it definitely is a more upright stance/swing. As long as I keep my head down and behind the ball and follow through on the finish everything works fine (definitely no club issues). I'm not swinging hard and club head speed isn't anywhere near my younger years but distance is 10yds between all clubs from the wedges to 3 iron. The trajectory is a lot higher then what I would consider normal from previous sets of clubs but have found this to be a big plus hitting the green and staying put. Not much else to say at this point. Very happy with the quality, appearance, and performance of the clubs. Oh and on the last note. I never could hit a 3 iron with any sets of clubs I owned previously. But I can hit this 3 iron. It's nice having clubs the same length, one stance and ball position for all.

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