Using the ratio of every 6″ of height there should be a 1″ change in length then there should be a 1 ½” difference between their 5-irons. For example, recommend 36.5″ for the lady and 38″ for the man (or 36.75″ / 38.25″).
How do I know if my golf clubs are the right size?
To choose golf clubs that are the right fit, all you need is your height. If you’re between 5 ft 9” and 6 ft (1.5 m 23 cm and 1.8 m) tall, you should go with the standard length for golf clubs. If you’re taller than 6 ft (1.8 m), you’ll need longer clubs.
How tall should you be to use standard length golf clubs?
What Are Standard Length Golf Clubs? Standard length clubs are typical for golfers of an average height and wrist to floor measurement. As you can see in our golf club size chart above these would typically fit in the 34″ to 35.5″ range.
What is the standard club length?
Many years ago, the standard club length for drivers was 43”. Today it is 45”, and some manufacturers have even gone to 45 1/2” as their norm.
Does golf club length matter?
When it comes to golf clubs, size does matter. While correct golf club size can help you become a better golfer and make the game more enjoyable, inaccurate club length will have the exact opposite effect.
How long is a standard 5 iron?
Standard Length for Irons The same is true for graphite golf irons: the standard length for a 1 iron measures 40 inches, a 5 iron is 38 inches and a 9 iron is 36 inches. As is true for woods, the standard length measurement for women’s irons is 1 inch less for both steel and graphite irons.
Why are golf irons different lengths?
One of the main reasons golf clubs are different lengths has do with club loft. The wedges and shorter irons have a high amount of loft and therefore hit the ball higher than the longer irons and woods. To hit the ball further, clubs are designed to have a combination of both lower loft and more length.
Should all golf clubs be the same length?
With all the irons being the same length, a golfer can use the exact same setup and exact same swing with every club. The lower-numbered irons in the set should be easier to hit than traditional irons because they have shorter shaft lengths than those counterparts. Shorter clubs are easier to control.