Incredibly versatile, long and accurate, the Dynacraft Driving Iron does it all! It features:
- Hollow Body Construction
- Low, Deep Center of Gravity
- High Performance, High C.O.R. Face For Explosive Distance
A driving iron was the old name for what was once called a #1-iron or the lowest-lofted iron in the set. Today's Dynacraft driving iron is something totally different and better!
The difference now (even compared to the ones available just a few years ago) is the technology behind it. This iron features exotic face materials that can achieve the same COR (or rebound effect) as a modern driver plus better weight distribution for optimum launch conditions.
Enter the Dynacraft Driving Iron. Dynacraft enters the driving iron arena with this single 18º loft model. They’ve made several similar type irons in the past, but the difference now is in the face material and construction. They chose a stronger 17-4 stainless steel for the driving iron face, and instead of casting it, they forged it.That way they could “squeeze the molecules” closer together and create a thinner and variable face thickness with plenty of strength after going through a vacuum heat treating process. This thinner face around the perimeter is what allows for the face of the iron to actually flex, thereby increasing the rebound effect.
The main purpose of the Dynacraft Driving iron is the ability to control the ball off the tee and put yourself in great position for your next shot. This driving iron would easily vie with the 5-wood or possibly even a 3-wood for distance, and your chances of being in the fairway are way higher.
Let's face it, when you really are trying to lower your golf score, oftentimes that comes from better course management. Consider this a game management tool. No, you won’t need to rely on it for every hole (you'll still want the big dog in your bag), but on certain holes or in certain situations, it could be the most valuable club in your bag.
Off the grass, if you need to hit the ball a long way, there's no need to sacrifice distance anymore!
Dynacraft Driving Iron Standard Length:
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- High quality
High quality head and very well assembled. Looks beautiful.
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- 18' driving iron
Really nice club! Long and straight. Not a club for me anyways that you can try to "smooth it" gotta swing it... but if you're looking for a nice club for short par 4's with trouble or tight fairways,this is the club. Great customer service support as well. Thanks Value Golf! Will continue to business with you in the future!
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- I wish I would have ordered sooner
I ordered the 4 driving iron based off of the 38" 2 iron because I play 8 iron length pinhawk SL irons. That made it 37" long the first shot I hit was 198 yards total at 78 mph swing speed. I shot my lowest score ever 79 after going 4 over the first 2 holes. My average driver swing is 84 mph. Don't think because you have a slow swing speed you can't get this up in the air. I have always struggled with any kind of wood fairways and hybrids don't suit my eye but I can strike an iron most of the time I have only been golfing about 14 months and this club had opened up some scoring opportunities from long par 3's and the fairway. I'm 52 years old and just started playing this game if I can hit this club so can you. My average launch angle was about 13* not bad for a hacker.
Hit'em hard then go find em
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