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Welcome to Single Length School


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"If I had to do it all over again, I would go to one-length clubs"

- Golf Hall-of-Famer Greg Norman


Home of the Simplified Single Plane Swing

What golfer doesn't want to improve their game? Even the pros are looking for the next edge to help them lower scores. 

For the average golfer, they want to play better, shoot lower and be able to have their buddies paying for the drinks after the round. But why does it seem so hard to get better, even if you spend thousands of dollars on coaching?

It's actually pretty simple when you think about it. There's too many variables in the game of golf that can cause you to add up more strokes than you wanted to. Isn't there a way to make the game simpler and easier? Is there a way where you can see significantly better results?

There is.

Bryson DeChambeau has become a house-hold name in golf because he's one of the trend setters when it comes to a unique concept - Single-Length irons. Just look at what he's done - Multiple PGA Tour victories, Major Champion, Ryder Cup and so much more! He's also done it utilizing a Single Plane Swing.

When you think about it, the biggest variable in golf is your clubs. You are tasked to use 14 clubs to put a ball into a hole. More than 90% of the clubs out there are of different lengths. That means you've got 14 clubs and 14 different swings on the course. That creates a lot of room for error.

Golf Clubs

That's where the idea of single-length irons comes in. By utilizing single-length irons, you now reduce your number of swings needed because instead of 14 different swings to use each club in your bag, you're now down to 4. Single-length irons allow you to use the same swing, same setup and same ball position across your irons. It makes it easy to repeat the exact same swing over and over again with your irons. Now you have a driver swing, a wood swing, an iron swing and a putting stroke.

Single-length irons really help with the K.I.S.S. method in golf - Keep It Simple Stupid.

The biggest problem facing people that want to transition to single-length irons is actually getting to understand the single-length concept. How do you go from something that you've been using most likely your entire golf life to completely changing your game to implement single length into your game?


This is where Single Length School comes in. 

Many coaches out there won't adopt and accept teaching a single-length student because it's something they're not used to. Sure, you may be able to find someone that is willing to help, but chances are that they are playing a standard set of irons and don't know the challenges that are faced when it comes to moving a student to single length.

So I've developed Single Length School to help those that want to transition to an easier way to play the game. I've been playing single-irons before DeChambeau broke on tour. I dropped 6 strokes off my handicap in my first year of utilizing this method. Since I've started, I've dropped more than 15 strokes off of my handicap and play in the single digits. Now I'm here to share it with you.

I'll be giving everyone the opportunity to learn how to transition and improve your game. I've already converted and helped dozens of players in my area, and now I want to help the world.

It's your choice. You can choose to get better and make the game simpler, or you can choose to continue what you're doing and not improve.

It's like that old saying - The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. It's time for a change!

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