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For single length irons do you keep the ball position exact same for each?


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I've read that for the long irons you want to sweep the ball, while for shorter irons you want to dig the ball - which is why they move the ball forward for longer irons, in addition to the longer irons having longer shafts

 

But what about if all the shaft lengths are the same, is it still suggested to place the ball in the same spot for each iron, or would that cause problems with trying to sweep/dig into the ground based on the club your using?

 

Or is this dig/sweep thing purely just based on the loft, so it's fine to place the ball in the same position each time?

 

 

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A touch forward of a normal 8 iron. Point and shoot, do the swing.

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13 hours ago, chippa13 said:

Isn't that the whole point of single length irons? Same setup for every club.

Yes, but if you need to shape the shot you can adjust - just like the confused sets.🤣 

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