Sterling Irons® Single Length Set

Sterling-Irons-setSterling Irons® Single Length Set

A Unique Set Design to be Built to One Length for all Clubs to Deliver a Perfect Match of all Elements of Swing Feel for shot consistency.


  • If you are interested in the Sterling Irons® single length clubs please use the Find a Clubfitter form to find and contact a clubfitter near you, or visit
  • Single length construction ensures all possible elements of swing feel are identical for each club in the set – same MOI, same total weight, same headweight, same balance point – to offer the chance for improved shot consistency
  • Identical length and lie allow the golfer to use the same stance, same posture, same swing plane forimproved shot consistency
  • Optional high COR #5 hybrid with high COR #4, 5, 6, and 7 irons offer proper distance for the low loft clubs at the shorter single length. Other single length sets may lose distance with the low loft clubs
  • Conventional cast carbon steel in the #8 to gap wedge with 5* loft increments blend with the high COR design of the low loft clubheads to off er proper distance gaps and proper
    distance with the high loft clubs. Other single length sets may generate too much distance with the high loft clubs
  • Available in a #5 hybrid or #5 iron to match the player’s desire and ability, with #6 to 9, PW and Gap Wedge and Sand Wedge
  • Sterling Irons® Single Length clubs can be built to 36.5”, 36.75 or 37” length for each club as fit by the Clubmaker for the golfer’s comfort and preference. Contrasts with most other single length sets being created for a 37.5” length – which can generate too much distance with the high loft irons
  • Intended to be custom fit with any Wishon Golf S2S iron shaft model and flex to meet the swing speed, transition/tempo and release point of the golfer.
  • Sterling Irons® hybrid uses standard iron shaft (.370)
  • The #4 iron should only be used by golfers with a #5 iron clubhead speed of 85mph or higher to be able to make the club generate the proper trajectory and height to be able to carry the ball further than the #5 iron
  • Available in RH (#5 Hybrid, 4-9, PW, GW, SW) & LH (5-SW); New Blade Wedges (LW, SW) available in RH only

For complete information on the technical benefits of single length set construction, we offer this complete Q&A about single length iron set technology.

Tom talks about the Sterling Irons® Single Length Set

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Sterling Irons® Single Length Set, 3.8 out of 5 based on 786 ratings


  1. Hi Tom,i have SLI 4 to Gap all with std flex 8 iron long. i want to add the SW and LW.
    Do you recommend using the same shafts as the other SLI’s or wedge shafts?
    thanks Rob

    • ROB

      Yes for sure us the same shaft with the same tip trim with the same length cut as you did with the #4 to GW. And I would recommend you do the swingweight of the SW and LW to be the same as the #4 to GW. The whole nature of single length is to have every single element that has anything to do with club feel be identical in each iron and wedge so you can have the best chance to improve swing repeatability and from that to gain shot consistency. Changing anything from the specs of the #4 to GW would depart from that.


  2. Tom, Amazing set of clubs you have crafted with the Sterling Single Length Irons. After experimenting with four different sets of one length clubs over the last few years- all with various pros and cons- the Wishon set is truly a step up from all the other options.

    The consistent gapping has been what puts the set far above the others for me. The gapping coupled with getting good height with the five iron has allowed me to finally dial in some scoring distances even with the “long” irons.

    I plan on keeping these in the bag for a very long time.

    With that being said, how do you recommend keeping the clubs clean (like new) and keeping the groves sharp?

    With Appreciation!


    • Thanks very much J! Thanks for taking the time to stop by to let us know how your Sterlings compare with other models. I will be honest and say that some golfers depending on their clubhead speed and angle of attack may need to tweak the loft of a couple of their irons here and there. But I will also say that in the 3+ yrs that Sterling has been out that I do believe the number of golfers who have not had to tweak a loft to achieve consistent distance gaps is very high. I think a lot of that is the combination of the 8 iron length that brings about a higher level of on center consistency coupled with the lofts we chose and the split of doing the low lofts with a high COR face vs the mid and higher lofts with normal COR design.

      Just soap and water is all you want to use on the irons (or any clubheads for that matter). And do not worry about the grooves. Groove sharpness has far far less to do with the amount of spin you generate than the roughness of the flat areas between the grooves. The prupose of grooves is only to channel moisture away from the contact between the face and the ball to reduce the chance of a “flyer.” The bead blasting of the flat areas between the grooves will wear with time and at that point the only way one can re blast the faces to increase face roughness would be to have the heads re-chromed with being re blasted. Which is a little bit of a hassle admittedly. The bodies of the heads are carbon steel so that is why they are chrome plated. If you re blast the faces without a re chrome, the faces will rust. Hence the reason for plating because the carbon steel is just like a forging in that regard.

      Hope this helps and thanks so much again for your support. Best wishes to you in this great game,

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