These babies hit really, really high — among the highest of any irons we have ever tested. They are actually blades with a little cavity, and the pros used them to win 25 tournaments. Fit, finish and appearance are all good on these Armours. The silver scots have the curved topline throughout the set. They definitely have a thicker topline, and there is some offset, but nothing that offends my eye.
This fact will be especially pertinent for those who have trouble keeping the ball down into headwinds. After my visit to Sports Authority today, I'm a little confused by your post here. The Tommy Armour 845s Silver Scots were the first set of irons I purchased. Armour also made an oversized model. The latter is big on promising that their product does x, y, z, none have ever provided us any evidence. I can control it by leaving the face a little open at address.
A tenant coached the local university team which received sets of 845s for each member of the team. I hope this will ease anyone's concern! There was minor disagreement about the desirability of the appearance of these irons, but that was about it. I have enjoyed mine and they have done a great job for me. If you are very good and do not need the extra few yards, and want small, classic blades with a hint of forgiveness, then these are excellent and rather inexpensive. And so, I purchased sets that I have played in the 60's-90's.
I think both golfers good and bad putters in this case would quite obviously benefit from this information. I find it amazing that he was able to play as well as he did given those disabilities. The problem with doing this, at least up till this point, is that the testing protocol and ranking system gets tweaked improved? Loft, lie, length and swing weight specs follow: Tech Specs: Model Loft Lie Length Swing Weight 4 Iron 21° 60. I would love if you could explain some of the qualitative aspects of the top putters. Many golfers today might not even be familiar with Tommy Armour, a Scottish-American professional golfer who won three major championships: the 1927 U. It appears they are positioning it more as a quality store brand club over the Top Flite line of products they also produce for clubs. You reference in a previous comment response that the putters get tiered, which would negate my concerns about using ordinal data, but why not show that? Long irons 2- to 5-iron are strong shot-shapers, capable of excellent-to-superb distance.
If so, this would seem to considerably impact and skew the results. I am at this point relatively confident that they will mitigate that slice. If you look at the other Tommy Armour style clubs,you can clearly see the difference. Nice weight and felt super balanced. For some testers the top group is 1 or 2 putters.
Love the site, the article on putting last week was great. Not to go into the weeds here, but our advertising model is very different than most, if not all. Always felt very confident and powerful with these clubs. It's like it was translated from English to presumably Arabic and back to English and something was lost. I have seen several of these clubs going around ebay. Your argument makes no sense when you take this testing into account. The clubs came with great grip as well and I couldn't be happier with the purchase.
Would you be willing to help by giving a donation? When it comes to putters I think sound and especially feel matter most of short and long putts. If they're properly-fitted to your body type and swing they'll be fantastic clubs. I have been playing with this set for over a year now and am very happy with the performance. A half a dozen testers tried them out, and a half a dozen testers had the exact same feedback as concerned playability. I think we just kind of took it a step further.
I was wondering why you test blades vs. If you do a search on ebay you also will see what I am talking about,I wonder how many people have been sold something that is not what they thought they were getting. Was curious about the Ping Ketch but now after seeing these poor results, going to take a pass. I think my others were like D3 or D4. By the time you get to the 9-iron it is 44-degrees loft, which is a full 4-5 degrees more than standard today. The Burner's are great, but I wanted to try something else. I was sold on the 3, until I rolled the 2 and it felt even better.
They can do it so many times a day that, eventually, you'll start to believe it. The Hogan stuff will be in our iron and I believe our wedge tests. My wallet has also gotten thicker taking money off of them! Let me know by dropping me an email ematuszewski24 gmail. Also, some twisting of these wide heads is possible on lazy or careless hits from higher rough. My main issue is the use of ordinal data to calculate averages.
Although it is a smaller head it is very forgiving. These tests help show that it is stuff that can at least run with most of the new products, and in many cases outclass it. Use it as much as you like so you can really know what the club will do for your game before you invest in it. The first line of clubs marketed with his name launched several years after his death in 1968. I started collecting vintage golf clubs from antique shops in the area and played a mixed set of hickory and pyratone clubs last year.