If you haven't got a hole-in-one yet then you need to get a custom set of Reva Hybrid irons from Gigagolf.
Read about how a golfer from Calgary, AB hit 2 hole-in-ones in the same week then another one a year later.
this is a true story.
With Tendonitis, my wife could not hit her irons because in order to get the ball airborne, she would have to hit down on the ball. Irons are designed to launch a ball when you pinch the ball between the club face and the turf. To do this effectively, you need to strike the iron on a steep angle. Unfortunately, when she hit her irons, she would feel a sharp pain on her right elbow.
give up golf?
Before giving up golf, we decided to order a set of customized Reva hybrid irons. I was wary of the customization because anything custom means big dollars. After measuring the distance between her wrists and the floor, I realized that they would have to cut the shafts of her clubs by 3/4 of an inch so that she could hit these clubs. These clubs are fitted for her height and will perform optimally for anyone who is 5 feet 1 inch.
When the clubs arrived, we went out to the driving range and hit a bucket of balls. She was hitting them well and the best news was that she was not hurting. Instead of striking the balls with a descending blow, she was now sweeping the ball off the turf. The trajectory of the ball launch was comparable to when she hit her irons.
ON THE COURSE
Armed with new clubs, Cindy was excited to try her Reva hybrid irons on a course. First up was hole # 1, a short 80 yard uphill hole with a water hazard on the left. Cindy stepped up and hit her ball. It had a nice trajectory as her ball landed on the green and rolled into the hole. It was her first hole-in-one. Golfers on the 18th green saw the ball roll into the hole and yelled congratulations across the lake. There was also a witness on the balcony who watched the ball land on the green and rolled into the hole.
Later that week, Cindy repeated it on hole # 4. Her Reva hybrid irons are so easy to hit and she loves hitting them. They are the best clubs she has ever owned.
Update: In 2017, Cindy scored another ace on hole # 4 with her Reva hybrid iron. This is her third hole-in-one in two years.