Mazel Single Length Irons Review

Your golf experts: Jordan Fuller & John Marshall.
Updated June 11, 2023. This article was thoroughly audited by multiple golf experts and coaches for its accuracy. You can read more about our rigorous testing protocol here.

The Mazel Single Length irons offer a unique alternative for beginner golfers that want more distance playing clubs with the same swing weight. You read that right as these super stainless steel Mazel single length irons offer the same weight and length with every club.

As a result, even experienced golfers will feel a change to their iron game as they play with these Mazel irons. The low center of gravity produces a quick launch with a steep landing angle that takes advantage of high spin rates to hold the green with authority.

In this Mazel Single Length irons review, I’ll take a deeper look at one of the best single-length iron sets on the market today and tell you how these clubs can change your game for the better.

Mazel Single Length Irons Review

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Specs (4-PW)

  • Loft: 24°-44°
  • Lie: 63°
  • Length: 37.5″
  • Weight: D2


  • Delivers lower center of gravity for higher launch
  • Consistent feel with exceptional responsiveness
  • Improved accuracy with single length shafts


  • Heavier club head limits distance

Mazel Single Length Irons Features

Integrated Molding Technology

The molding technology delivers impressive feel with the short irons and helps with spin rates due to the wide, deep groove system. The molding also provides a more polished surface to help the overall appearance of the Mazel Single Length irons.

Full Hollow Design

The longer irons in this set offer a full hollow body design that lightens the weight of the golf club to boost distance and improve swing speed. Since most of the weight rests in the sole, the CG remains low to increase launch and extend carry.

Wider Soles

The wider soles improve turf interaction and help you return the club face to square at impact. On the golf course, you can expect the soles to promote ball-first contact that generates spin and easily moves through the soil for outstanding feel.

Mazel Single Length Irons In-Depth Review


The irons offer a bulkier casting craft look that borders on busy with all of the lines and notches along the back of the club head. Even for single length irons, I’d consider placing these in the super game-improvement category based upon the size of the head alone, especially the wedges, including the gap and sand wedge.

Mazel has done a nice job including a polished surface that helps the irons stand out, but the blue, black, and numerous lines along the back of the golf club head certainly diminishes any positive feelings derived by the shiny stainless steel.


Since these Mazel Single Length irons are bigger, you can rightfully expect the feel to remain dense throughout your round. The single length irons are built for consistency, and I must admit that the irons delivered a solid feel and responsiveness on every swing.

If you are looking for lightweight single length irons, the Mazel single length irons aren’t it, but they do provide confidence when it comes to crushing the golf ball.


When it comes to sound, there’s not much to write home about with the Mazel Single Length irons. With a value set like this one, you just don’t want the irons to clank at impact, and thankfully, the Mazel Single Length irons avoid that pitfall.


I really enjoyed how these irons performed on the driving range and during the several rounds I played at my local golf course with these iron clubs.

Since these stainless steel irons are one length, I could work simply on taking the club back to the same location every time, no matter the number of the iron. Once I gained comfort with the one swing, I could deliver precise iron shaping entering the greens, something similar value golf products have trouble producing on a regular basis.

Even with the graphite shaft helping to lower weight, the same length irons need some swing speed to generate distance. The irons do have a large sweet spot that can add considerable distance and boost forgiveness for your mid-range game.

The anti-slip high performance rubber grip, which Mazel claims can absorb sweat, also keeps the short and long irons anchored in your hands as you take a big cut at the golf ball.

What do other golfers think?

What Golfers Like

  • More forgiveness with consistent swing shape
  • Large sweet spot with more precision
  • Superior feel with hollow design
  • Perimeter weighting helps eliminate unwanted vibration

What Golfers Don’t Like

  • Bulky club head design
  • Cheaper construction with lower quality materials

Our Verdict

If you are struggling with your consistency, and are looking for a repeatable swing, then single length irons could solve your issues. The Mazel Single Length irons are great for casual and weekend golfers who are looking for great forgiveness, lower center of gravity, and impressive distance at an affordable price.

These same length irons might not look like the most expensive golf clubs in your bag, but they pack a punch that shouldn’t be underestimated.

Overall, I feel the Mazel iron golf set delivers improved accuracy, more forgiveness, and works to provide more further distance for golf players of any handicap.