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Looking for more consistency from your iron game? You need to seriously consider the Pinhawk SL single length irons! They are extremely popular for a reason. Contrary to a traditional set of irons, the SL's are all designed to be the same length throughout the entire set. In addition, the swingweight and flex are also the same. This allows the golfer to use the same swing, on the same plane, with the same feel, for each iron in the set. The loft gapping is slightly larger than traditional irons; this is to maintain a proper distance gap between clubs. The suggested men’s length for the Pinhawk SL's is 37", which is a typical 7 iron length. Standard Length would be based on the 7 iron. The lower the club head number, the longer the club. Example: 6 iron length would be +.5" from standard. The 8 iron length would be -.5". In a standard set, each iron is .5" in different in length. Email or call if you have questions.
|Model #||Hand||Club||Loft||Lie||Weight||Offset||Bounce||Std Clublength||Hosel ID||UPC|
|VI3661-004||RH||#4||20°||62.5 d||272||3 mm||3 d||37 in||0.370"|
|VI3661-005||RH||#5||25°||62.5 d||272||3 mm||3 d||37 in||0.370"|
|VI3661-006||RH||#6||30°||62.5 d||272||3 mm||3 d||37 in||0.370"|
|VI3661-007||RH||#7||35°||62.5 d||272||3 mm||3 d||37 in||0.370"|
|VI3661-008||RH||#8||39°||62.5 d||272||3 mm||3 d||37 in||0.370"|
|VI3661-009||RH||#9||43°||62.5 d||272||3 mm||3 d||37 in||0.370"|
|VI3661-10P||RH||PW||47°||62.5 d||272||3 mm||3 d||37 in||0.370"|
|VI3661-15G||RH||GW||51°||62.5 d||272||3 mm||6 d||37 in||0.370"|
|VI3661-20S||RH||SW||55°||62.5 d||272||3 mm||12 d||37 in||0.370"|
|VI3661-30L||RH||LW||59º||62.5 d||272||3 mm||6 d||37 in||0.370"|
Posted by Unknown on 4th May 2017
Was struggeling with my longer irons for quite a while and decided to give the Pinhawks a try. Did order a 4/5/6 iron combo build one degree upright and half an inch short (63,5 degrees lie and 36,5 inches shafts) with FST 115 steped stiff shafts and Winn midsize grips. Due to availability of the heads, Ron could only send the 4 & 5 irons so far. Took them to the course tow times no and I am pretty impressed about the results. I have much more consistent results in particular with the 5 iron (which is more a weak 4 iron according to the 25 degrees lift) both in term if direction and distance. With the 4 iron I am still struggeling a bit in particular of the fairway. However, with 20 degrees loft, it is rather a "strong" 3 iron and it might simply take some time to get familiar with. Off the tee, the results are much better. Altogether I rate the Pinhawks 4 stars since the build quality of the heads is not exactly at the same level as the top brands. However, nothing to complain about, taken into account the price of the clubs - and priceless anyway, for those like me which are struggeling with longer "regular" irons. Glad, I gave them a try, can't wait for the 6 iron to arrive and many thanks to Ron for the great service! :-?
Posted by Andrio on 30th Jan 2017
OK, finally got to the range to test the irons themselves. Took a couple of shots with the SW to get accustomed to the length and ball position and find something that felt right. After this, I started hitting balls with different clubs using the exact same ball position etc. just to see what the ball flight/trajectory looks like. Firstly, I can confirm that these irons don't all go the same distance, the distance spread seem fine between irons, unfortunately I only hit down to my 6 iron, but will take the 5 along next time. The gaps are around 10 to 15 yards, depending on the loft (I know I shouldn't but I still try to swing harder with the lower lofts). The biggest difference between them and my old fly-z irons is the trajectory. the Pinhawks have a more noticeable difference between each club on the ball flight, more in line with what I would expect from the loft, it felt like there was consistency in the flight. My fly-z's have a more inconsistent ball flight depending on where you strike it on the face. I think this is because the material used on the Pinhawks irons are the same (no high COR faces) and everything else from the shafts, head weight and offset is exactly the same. These are not distance irons, but I would rather describe them as accurate, easy, forgiving mid/high handicap cavity back, cast "players" irons. The "players" part is only inserted because of the more consistent ball flight compared to other distance irons. The reduced offset is the main bonus for me, as my usual shot shape is a draw, and this got out of hand with the fly-z's in the lower lofts that had huge offset. The Pinhawks kept the draw manageable when I got down to the lower lofts. I compared the distances with the fly-z's, and comparing loft for loft, my 7 iron of my Pinhawk is 35 degrees (the same as the 8 iron of my fly-z) and between these the yardage is similar! the Pinhawk is 36.5" and the fly-z 36.75" long, so comparable length. This makes me think that the marketing hype of distance irons is fake and it's only the number stamped on the bottom of the iron that makes you think you have suddenly gained yardage.
Overall I'm very pleased with my purchase and the irons get a 5 star. I can't wait to get 100% accustomed to them as I'm sure they will improve my iron play.
Posted by Andrio on 27th Jan 2017
This review is for the service received from Ron's custom clubs, as well as the initial review on the clubs itself, but not their playing performance.
Firstly, the online shopping experience was very good and the payment etc. was completed with no hassle. I received email updates to inform me on the state of my order, as well as a last email when the goods was shipped. I was able to track the parcel and receive it in good order with no damage. The time it took from first placing the order online, and receiving it in South Africa was only 16 days total, including 2 days at customs clearance!
Initial thoughts on the Pinhawk SL irons is very good, but bad weather prohibited me from testing them. The heads look as well made as any other cast club and I like the sole, not to thick and not to thin, should be a good compromise.
The top line look a little bit more chunky than my current Cobra Fly-Z irons, but not a big difference and not to serious to distract me. The "cheap" Apollo shafts and Karma grips actually look very well made for the price, so I'm pleasantly surprised. I half expected it to be lower quality, visually at least. so I'm not complaining. Most other reviews actually say that the Apollo standard stepped steel shafts perform very well, so hopefully that is the case for me as well. The clubs were ordered .5" shorter than standard and I can confirm that they were all up to spec.
The only problem I found was the grip on the SW. The grip seem to have initially been installed correctly, but the lower end of the grip then got twisted when the glue was still wet. You can clearly see that the "lines" from the grip is twisted. This now means that the logo is not centred with the club head. I've only noticed it on the SW, all the others are fine. I usually don't line up my hand with the grips, but rather with the club head, so it shouldn't actually bother me in play, and it can be corrected if needed, but I wish this was noticed before it was shipped.
I've weighed all the clubs and the complete assembled weight of the clubs left me very impressed. 2 clubs came in at 438 grams, 4 clubs at 439 grams and 2 clubs at 440 grams. This means that the combined weight variance of club heads, shafts, grips and grip tape is insignificant and gives a good indication that the manufacturing tolerances of the individual components is well controlled.
The grip that is skew is the only reason for only receiving 4 stars.
Hope to give a review on the Pinhawk performance when I get a chance to take them to the range.
All prices are in USD