Was looking at the lofts of Sterling single length irons and Maltby ST-i conventional length irons. The lofts are basically the same. That seems strange because I was under the impression that single length iron lofts are adjusted to make up for the shorter shafts in the long irons and longer shafts in the 9 and above irons.
Sterling lofts: 5-23degrees, 6-27d, 7-31d, 8-35d, 9-40d, P-45d, G-50d...Maltby lofts: 5-24d, 6-27d, 7-31d, 8-35d, 9-40d, P-45d, G-50d. Makes me think I'm going to lose significant distance with the sterling irons.