What will the longest iron

What will the longest iron be in
the bag for the next generation?

One of the most iconic photos in the history of golf is Ben Hogan hitting his 1 iron onto the 18th green during the 1950 Us Open at Merion Golf Club. Some of you may or may not remember playing a 1 iron or even a 2 iron. The iron set make up today is not what they were back then or even 10 years ago for that matter. We have seen the “standard” iron set go from a 2 iron to a 3 iron and most recently sets now only go up to a 4 or 5 iron. A big reason for this trend is the technology and forgiveness of woods and hybrids. 

Over the past few years I have seen more and more golfers taking the 4 iron out of play and converting to a comparable wood or hybrid. I want you to think about what your long iron set is made up of and how often you have to utilize them during your round. I also want you to think about how well you strike your longer irons and if they are potentially costing you strokes in yourround. If you still have a 3 or 4 iron in your bag and don’t hit them well, then maybe it’s time to look into testing out some alternative options

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