Integra i-Win Single Length Hybrid Heads


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Roger Huston
Jun 11, 2017
I bought these simply because I was having trouble hitting my wedges. I am 67 a single digit player, a club maker, and a fitter so I know enough about this game to be dangerous. All kidding aside I have had other single length irons and I was wanting to see if the hybrids would bring back the distance and the trajectory . The pros of these irons.... pretty decent in fit and finish, the 431 stainless steel has improved over the years for all component companies and these have decent feel. The lofts and the lie angles are similar to those of the more expensive single length irons. The gaps between the irons are more than adequate to ensure proper distances between. I have only had one session , but found about a ten yard gap between each club. All in all with so many manufacturers putting out single length irons I want to commend Integra Golf for offering an alternative to a regular set of bladed irons.

Advantages: Same set up for each club
Proper distance between each club
431 stainless steel provides decent feedback

Disadvantages: Not able to bend hosels for loft or lie like some other manufacturers offer
Too much offset in the set
lofts are stronger especially in the pitching and sand wedge.
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Jul 19, 2021
I own both the Integra I-Win single length irons and the Pinhawk single lengths as well. I love them both and decided to expand the sets with their respective hybrid options. After having played both brand hybrids for several rounds, I've decided like the I-Win hybrids a little better. I was a bit surprised as the Pinhawks are built on their own platform and it appeared as though Integra just copied the design of their Blue Angels hybrid to create the I-Win's. Well, clearly the Blue Angels are a great hybrid, because the I-Win's are spectacular. I get long, high, penetrating, straight shots. I could never hit a hybrid before, but these have changed that. A+ to Integra on these.

Advantages: VERY hittable club heads. Great on all fronts.

Disadvantages: None, really. Though they swing weighted out to a D-2, they feel a bit heavier. I like that, but some people may be put off by it.
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