Mine are. Depending on how we define “close together.” And I’m not good.
Is my caddy standing in one spot, a la the Hogan stories? No. But am I hitting individual full mid iron shots to within 1-2 yds of each other, in the vicinity of the desired target even if the dispersion is greater? (A lot greater. Remember that whole ‘not good’ thing.) Sure.
Similar thing is true, IME, for ‘finesse shots’ (Pelz definition) around the ground. I will and have bounced 10 or so, 3/4, 1 choke down, finesse PWs to landing points within 2-3 feet or less of each other. Often less. It may not be where I wanted them to land, but it’s consistent.
The whole point of the multiple-wedge, multiple-swing, multiple grip matrix is that we human beings are pretty consistent when we don’t think about it—all of the unconscious dynamic attractor states that work in unison—but when we do think about starting the same way each and every time. More wedges, more exact-ish numbers on that range matrix, and fewer long clubs we can’t hit for s%/t anyway.
I do like the idea of training your body to feel different distances with each club though. Goes to that control Adam Young (I need a clipboard keystroke here to paste his name; I type it here so often) mentions of controlling strike location and low point. No reason we can’t unconsciously learn what, e.g, a 140 low, running shot feels like from a 7 iron. Just so long as we don’t confuse ourselves.