Sets are excellent if you are starting from scratch or if you need to upgrade your clubs. However, many golfers don’t need a complete set, or they prefer some customization, which is why we decided to make this list versatile and offer a little bit of everything.
Orlimar Intercept is single-length iron clubs, a concept promoted by Cobra Golf and then followed by other manufacturers. There’s a growing number of golfers who claim that the single-length clubs can help you develop consistency and are even more practical and convenient to use.
So, this set consists of seven clubs, i.e., 5-9 irons, a pitching wedge, and a gap wedge. All these clubs have the same length, weight, lie, and balance as the 7-iron. This way, beginner golfers have better chances to learn to deal with their irons then the standard ones. At least this is what it’s been claimed.
The Face Flex technology on irons #5 and #6 enhance the distance gains and help you get more yardages. All of the irons feature a cavity back design and perimeter weighting for easier lunch and more forgiveness, while short irons feature undercut cavity for more spin.
If you struggle with your irons, then this set can be your way out from producing fat and thin shots. The manufacturer claims that they are suitable for golfers all levels, even though I personally think that high to mid handicappers would benefit the most.
- The set includes 5-9 irons, PW, GW
- All irons come with the same length, weight, flex, and feel of the 7-iron
- Good for promoting consistency, and accuracy
- Forgiving and game-enhancing design
- Excellent value for the money
- Some golfers might not find them practical