Scratch Golf SB-1 Iron Set
Scratch Golf SB-1 Irons are forged from the same soft 1018 carbon steel as our wedges. The SB-1 irons are specifically designed to get the center of gravity in the center of the face for maximum playability and forgiveness in a muscleback design. SB-1 irons are in play on the PGA Tour and pretty much every major Tour worldwide.
Scratch Golf SB-1 Iron Heads
Scratch SB-1 irons are forged from 1018 carbon steel, the softest steel used by anyone making golf clubs today. The raw heads are then ground and finished completely by hand. The end result is the finest hand made forged muscleback blades in golf, customized for your game.
The headshape of the SB-1 irons was inspired by Scratch's work with Tour Pros from around the globe. Specific attention was paid to the transition from the middle irons to the short irons to assure perfect flow throughout the set from the 3 iron down to the PW.
Scratch SB-1 Iron Grooves
The SB-1 irons feature our new 2010 "Condition of Competition" legal V grooves. These grooves are legal for play in any tournament in the world so you never have to worry about taking your favorite set of Scratch irons out of the bag because the groove rule has changed. These grooves are designed to have the maximum amount of groove surface while still adhering to the new USGA rules. This reduces flier lies and provides more consistent spin and performance.
Scratch SB-1 Iron Finish
Scratch SB-1 irons feature Scratch’s Brushed Satin finish. This finish provides the durability of chrome with a duller surface to help eliminate glare. The minimal stampings of the SB-1 irons provide a very clean look unique to the Scratch Golf brand and allow for personal stampings to be added to customize the clubs for the player.
Scratch SB-1 Iron Shafts
Scratch SB-1 irons feature the KBS Tour as our standard shaft. These shafts are designed by legendary shaft designer Kim Braley and are the culmination of his years of shaft design experience. These shafts have a slightly higher launch angle but a more boring ballflight overall. This makes them easier to swing and more forgiving while also giving them better ballflight into the wind. They feature a consistent taper design in a stepped shaft and are more workable and have better feel on partial shots .