Our Review:“It’s a serious fact that players who need every bit of help in scoring often are hopelessly handicapped by their clubs.” Tommy Armour said this, so it’s fitting that the Armour brand would make an iron that doesn’t fall into that description. A players shape with a thin topline and a little offset belies the power created by a high-strength steel L-shape cupface. Forty grams of tungsten in the toe enhance stability on off-center strikes.
Specs: 7-iron: 30 degrees; PW: 43 degrees
Price: $125 (per iron)
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
midThere is effortless power in these. The loud crack at impact makes you feel good about your swing.
lowI was hitting bombs with these. Long high bombs.
highI really love the look. I love how it's rounded out, but not overly so. When you stand above it, it looks smaller than most—so it gives you the illusion that you're playing a blade.