Who Is Pinhawk Golf?”

To answer that question, Aaron & Dave, the co-owners of Pinhawk Golf have been In the golf business for nearly 2 decades. Pinhawk  Golf is based in the United States, with distributors around the world. 

They have been designing, manufacturing, and retailing golf clubs and golf components to clubmakers. Being in the industry that long throughout it’s ups and downs allows us to see what works and what doesn’t when it comes to golf equipment. 

A few years ago, we started investigating the Tommy Armour EQL single length irons that were manufactured in the 80’s. We knew the concept was sound, and wondered why they were not universally successful (after all, we love our seven irons). In our research we found that there were still a couple of options around for single-length (PureFit iMatch being one – now out of business), but they did not have a huge following. We didn’t see any major issues with the product (aside from the need of a few design tweaks and newer technology needed) – just that they were poorly marketed.

The more we researched the more we realized that the concept was terrific and actually had a “cult” following. People were still playing the EQL’s and when they couldn’t play them anymore were trying to cobble different clubs together to try to copy the concept on their own. 

That blew our collective minds! We started tinkering with ideas and looking at different designs that seemed like they would lend themselves to the single-length theory.

We had a set made with already established connections with a foundry and the first Pinhawk Single Length iteration was born! They worked like a charm and really simplified the game, exactly as it seemed they would. 


That is how the the first Pinhawk irons were “born”. We’re proud of how well we did in the original design and that they worked well for so many golfers. Since then of course, we’ve improved and expanded the line. We now have single length hybrids (the Pinhawk SLH), and single length fairway woods (the Pinhawk SLF).

After several years marketing One Length components, we analyzed our customers feedback.

Some golfers, primarily those with slower swing speeds, were experiencing issues with lower loft clubs.  

We went back to the drawing board and created a new Dual Length design we call Vertex Irons. By increasing the length of the 5, 4 and 3 irons, we were able to help those players with slower swings. Check Out the Vertex Story Here

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