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Date Posted: 07:56:36 04/03/21 Sat
Author: JimE
Subject: single plane??

I have spent the last year working on the single plane watching a lot of Kirk Junge and Todd Graves videos. It has really improved my game but am looking for more consistency through my clubs. When measuring my wrist to floor length should I measure differently since I stand slightly more upright when swinging the club?

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[> Re: single plane?? -- David Lake, 09:46:27 04/03/21 Sat


1 Iron Golf clubs are not method specific and are played and recommended by conventional PGA instructors as well as single-axis, PPGS, Stack and Tilt, and other swing method instructors and advocates. Regardless of the swing method or address position used the ideal position of the body, wrists, and arms are identical at the point of ball impact. Simply put, it is not important how you get to the ideal impact position as long as you end up in the ideal impact position. Consequently, since 1 Iron Golf clubs are built to your ideal club length in relation to the optimum club-head lie angle based upon the ideal impact position they will produce enhanced ball striking no matter what swing method is employed.

It might be of interest to note that Moe Norman (single-axis swing) played single-length golf clubs throughout his entire competitive career. The Graves Golf Academy (Moe Norman's single plane swing instruction) owns a set of our 1 Irons, and Natural Golf (prior to them going out of business) owned a set of our golf clubs as did their representative on the mini-tours.

David Lake

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[> Re: single plane?? -- David Lake, 09:50:01 04/03/21 Sat


I'm sorry, the answer to your question is no. Take your measurement exactly as shown on our website.

David Lake

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[> [> Re: single plane?? -- JimE, 14:21:53 04/04/21 Sun

Awesome thanks so much. Will be placing an order soon now that spring has sprung here in Ohio!

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