To help golfers get a better understanding of how a True Length Technology® set of irons looks like I have added TLT in pictures.
This set of True Length Technology® irons are set up against a wall, keeping their true lie angle relative to the floor – and the resultant length of each of these golf clubs ends up at the exact same hand position. This will promote a singular athletic address position, more on center hits as well as a very repeatable and consistent swing plane.
How is this different from a traditional set of golf clubs? Pay attention to the grip cap position
– Consistent with TLT set
– Inconsistent with the OEM set
The 4 – 9 irons are built to a progressive length relative to the math model – all within a True Length Technology® Series 7 design. The key here is that the player will remain in a singular athletic address position – for every club. The 4 wedges are all the same length and lie, making every wedge play the same, allowing the loft to be the only difference.
This will promote a very repeatable and consistent swing and swing plane. Iron play doesn’t get any easier than this and will eliminate crouching for a club that is simply too short or gripping down on a club that is too long. The correct True Length Technology® build Series is determined through the fitting procedure, will keep you athletic for every club.
True Length Technology® Series 7 build
Shown; 4 iron –> Lob wedge – constant hand height
The 4 – 9 iron are progressive in length with a 1* lie angle change / club
All 4 wedges are the same length and lie
Lie angles are set correctly against the floor – TLT keeps a constant grip height
Result – the player remains in a singular athletic address position.
Shown; 4 iron –> 9 iron –> notice the variable hand height
The 4 – 9 iron are 1/2″ length increments and 1/2* lie angle change / club
Lie angles are set correctly against the floor – OEM design forces a variable grip height
Result – the player is forced to alter their address due to the a lack of consistency in the design of length and lie
This OEM build will not promote a repeatable and consistent swing nor swing plane. The player will be forced to crouch for a club (9 iron) that is too short or grip down on a club that is too long 4 iron). Keep in mind that the TLT fitting charts are available in 16 different length build combinations, allowing the petite to be fit just as well as a giant of a man. The OEM math is incorrect, forcing a variable address position and hand position for every player. Consistency is what we are after as a golfer and the OEM length / lie design will simply not accomplish this.
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