Player Profile: Beginner to Intermediate Golfers who score 83 or higher and who lack consistency hitting irons
All Sterling Single Length Irons are the same length (8-Iron length) making them much easier to hit, but also having the same flight and distance as a conventional length 5-Iron or 6-Iron. Having the same length and lie angle allows the golfer to use the same stance, same posture, same swing plane for improved shot consistency.
Single length construction ensures all possible elements of swing feel are identical for each club in the set...same Moment-of-Inertia, same total weight, same headweight, same balance point to offer the chance for improved shot consistency. The #5 hybrid and the #5, #6, and 7 irons offer proper distance due to the high "rebound effect" built into the club face which is different from other brands of "single length irons.
Conventional cast carbon steel in the #8 to Gap Wedge with 5° loft increments blend to offer proper distance gaps and proper distance with the 8-Iron thru Sand Wedge.
Available in a #5 hybrid with 4-Iron to 9-Iron, Pitching Wedge and Gap Wedge and Sand Wedge. Now there is also a "blade" style Sand Wedge and Lob Wedge made of 8620 Carbon Steel for those finesse shots around the green.
If your average 5-Iron distance is less than 185 yards, DO NOT ORDER THE 5-IRON OR THE 4-IRON. YOU WOULD HIT THE 5-HYBRID HIGHER AND MORE CONSISTENT.
Features and Specifications
Play Right Hand
Head Material: 8620 Carbon Steel; Hybrid Head Material: 17-4 Stainless Steel
Face Angle on Hybrid Bendable: +/- 4°
Std. Length (Steel): 36.5"
Std. Length (Graphite): 36.75"
|Loft (Bendable +/- 2°)||Lie (Bendable +/- 2°)|
Loft Angle Fitting
This fitting is used to hit higher or lower shots depending on the golfers ability and swing tendencies. Each club in the set will be bent the same amount to keep the loft gaps consistent. Bending 1° or 2° produces a minimal difference in the flight. Higher flight generally produces more accuracy while lower flight generally produces more distance. Slower swinging golfers should generally use a slightly higher loft angle, while faster swinging golfers could use a slightly lower loft angle.
Lie Angle Fitting
This fitting is used to hit more accurate iron shots. If a right handed golfer's iron shots normally go to the right, it means that the lie angle is probably too flat and should be made more upright. And if the right hand golfer's iron shots normally go to the left, it means that the lie angle is probably to upright and should be made flatter.