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If your proper shaft length is plus .25 from standard what is the standard shaft length for irons 1 through PW?


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2015-07-16 18:20:27
2015-07-16 18:20:27

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Irons range from about 39 inches to 35.5 inches, 3 iron being the longest then descending in length by .5 inches to .25 inches for each iron all the way down to wedge. The standard length of a driver is between 45.5 and 46 inches.

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To be honest, weight is probably one of the least relevant measurements in irons. They are basically standard.

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