You can soon own a set of single-length irons like Bryson DeChambeau

You can soon own a set of single-length irons like Bryson DeChambeau

Bryson DeChambeau has mystified so many golf fans -- including many weekend hackers -- with his single-length set of irons, all of which have their own names. All of them are 37.5 inches long, the length of the 6-iron, so that the U.S. Amateur and NCAA men's individual champion can make the same swing with all of them.

The theory, inspired by Homer Kelley's "The Golfing Machine," makes a lot of sense, and it's something a number of amateur players want to try for themselves. Soon, they'll be able to do just that.

Edel Golf, which made DeChambeau's original single-length irons, is coming out with a single-length iron set in the summer of 2016. We don't know if the clubs will have number markings on them or, as DeChambeau does, markings with lofts, like found on Ben Hogan irons.

No word yet from the company on a specific release date or pricing, but, rest assured, the company knows they'll have a line of golfers waiting to give them a try.

About the author


Golf News Net

We use the Golf News Net byline sometimes just to change things up. But, it's one of us humans writing the story, we promise.

Sometimes we post sponsored content from this account, and it is labeled as such.

We also occasionally include links to products and services from merchants of our choice. GNN may earn a commission from sales generated by those links. See more in GNN's affiliate disclosure.

What Viktor Hovland’s lost golf clubs can teach us about traveling with sticks Vokey SM9 wedges revealed this week on the PGA Tour Trump, PGA of America settle over cancelled PGA Championship The one thing Tiger Woods will never do in a golf tournament The new TaylorMade Stealth driver hits the USGA conforming list