Single Length Golf Clubs

Recently I heard there is a golfer who is using single length golf clubs. (H/T Scott Adams) For those who don’t play golf, the standard golf clubs are of various lengths. The lower the number of the club the longer. Single Length golf clubs are all of the same length. One golfer has improved his game by using these clubs. The advantage of a Single Length club is a golfer would have the same stance and therefore one consistent swing is enough.

Any golfers here who want to opine on this. How about people who love science who want to explain the physics between long and short clubs? For anyone else what is your guess? Is this a fad or will everyone be having these clubs? I remember in tennis how the rackets changed all of a sudden. Has anyone seen a wooden racket recently?

The player causing this stir is Bryson DeChambeau. Here is an article to explain things.

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2 thoughts on “Single Length Golf Clubs”

  1. This explains a lot.

    DeChambeau, a physics major in college at Southern Methodist University, has no problem thinking outside the box. In addition to single-length irons, he has also experimented with face-on (aka sidesaddle) putting.

    I don’t know if being a physics major or going to a Texas university caused this. Who knows it might be Methodist golf.

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