Irons range from about 39 inches to 35.5 inches, 3 iron being the longest then descending in length by .5 inches to .25 inches for each iron all the way down to wedge. The standard length of a driver is between 45.5 and 46 inches.
To be honest, weight is probably one of the least relevant measurements in irons. They are basically standard.
A standard set of 14 golf clubs will contain many irons, which are customarily differentiated by the angle of loft on the clubface, although they will also vary in clubhead size, shaft length, and hence lie angle. Irons are usually numbered, with the 1 iron having the lowest loft, smallest clubhead and longest shaft, through to the 9 iron and wedges, which have the greatest loft, largest heads and shortest shafts. These different characteristics allow different irons to be used from a variety of situations, from the teeing ground, fairway, rough, or from within hazards, such as bunkers.
You would find a 2,3 and 4 iron are classed as long irons, 5,6 and 7 mid irons, 8,9 and wedge short irons.
X Stiff would be standard for a PGA Tour player.
Curling irons, straightening irons, and crimpers are some. You can also use real irons, but people only did that before straightening irons were invented.
Please see related link. The lie angle for irons varies from club to club due to length. Black dot is standard so the lies noted in the related link are accurate.
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