this is right where aim at. 4 iron goes about 225, Pw is 135, 9 iron 150, 8 iron 165. When they are on it’s a thing of beauty. But when I’m not striking well… you better wear a hard hat if playing in front of me.Yes. While it might be cool if my 4 iron goes 220 yards instead of 200, if the resultant gaps in controlled circumstances mean my 8 iron goes 160, that means the tradeoffs I'm making in terms of spin & launch not only makes me more susceptible to fliers, but for the fliers to be worse. A good fitting can help produce more consistent launch conditions, but at some point I believe irons can produce enough distance-inducing conditions that part of what we're trying to get from irons --going the controllable and known distance as consistently as possible -- diminishes.