Single Length Irons Monthly Giveaway

July 2017

Enter to Win a set of Pinhawk SL Single Length iron heads!

How do single length irons work?

All of the irons have one length, one weight, and one lie angle, which means that they also have one swing plane, one tempo, and one optimum ball position — it’s that simple.

Besides the length of the irons, the primary differences in the single length irons when comparing to traditional irons are the loft angles of the clubs, which tend to be a couple degrees stronger for each club.

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How to win a set of Pinhawk single length club heads

Earn up to 48 chances to win by completing the tasks below:

Dale J.
Titusville, FL

Dean D.
Holt, MI

Pablo M.
Kentwood, MI

Katherine P.
Sherman, NY

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July 2017 Prize Details

Looking for more consistency from you or your customers iron game? You need to seriously consider the Pinhawk SL single length iron heads! They are extremely popular for a reason.

What exactly is the difference between a “regular” iron set and a set of Pinhawk SL Single Length irons? Well, as you probably know, a conventional iron set has ½” length increments between each club. This forces the player to “learn” many different swings throughout the iron set, and ball striking consistency can be an issue. The Pinhawk SL irons are a solution to that problem. The SL heads are all the same weight throughout the entire set, so that you can make the length the same throughout the set. In addition, the swingweight and flex would also be the same. This allows the golfer to use the same swing, on the same plane, with the same feel, for each iron in the set.

The Pinhawk SL’s heads are not only are all the same weight to be built the same length, but they also feature the very latest in iron technology. They incorporate a game improvement design without looking “clunky”, and they have extreme perimeter weighting and a true deep undercut for the ultimate in forgiveness.  And despite having a game improvement design, the SL’s have a very manageable sole width, and a low (3 mm) offset on each iron.

The loft gapping is slightly larger than traditional irons; this is to maintain a proper distance gap between clubs. You will find that your distances will be very similar to a “conventional” set of irons (studies have proven that, along with “real world” play).