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Tommy Armour 845 HS Irons

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Tommy Armour 845 HS Irons

The Tommy Armour 845 HS Irons is designed for both beginner and experienced golfers with one of the largest sweet spots on a regular-sized golf club head. It is constructed with a stainless head and grooved TPU face insert, as well as a forward-hosel design that makes it easy to use. It comes with a premium Winn grip and matching head cover, plus it provides the performance and forgiveness to play the game with enhanced confidence.

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Tommy Armour 845 HS Irons

The Tommy Armour 845 HS Irons is designed for both beginner and experienced golfers with one of the largest sweet spots on a regular-sized golf club head. It is constructed with a stainless head and grooved TPU face insert, as well as a forward-hosel design that makes it easy to use. It comes with a premium Winn grip and matching head cover, plus it provides the performance and forgiveness to play the game with enhanced confidence.

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The Tommy Armour 845 HS Irons features a progressive offset and perimeter-weighting that offers easy alignment, optimum distance, playability and forgiveness for greater playability. It is also designed with patented cavity balanced club head and is fitted with uniflex steel shaft. The iron utilizes a cavity back blade to achieve more perimeters weighting with greater blade length, while also maintaining the traditional look of a cast iron. The model also provides added stability, while offering workability in the short irons. It also has a lightweight stainless steel shaft, plus a forged driver head for greater accuracy on off-centre hits and additional durability. The Tommy Armour 845 HS Irons comes with 8-degree, 10-degree and 12-degree lofts, standard degree of Lie, standard length and bounce. Loft usually is measured in degrees, of the angle at which the face of the club lies relative to a perfectly vertical face. Technically, iron loft and wood loft are measured slightly different, but the effective result is the same. Loft gives you an idea of how far and how high the ball will go.

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