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Can "game Improvement Irons" Hurt Your Game?


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#46 Rodent

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Posted 06 July 2017 - 05:29 PM

Pretty happy with the Tommy Armours after my 1st comp with them in ages. Beautiful high cutting 6 iron on the 4th at Liverpool carried the bunker 10 feet right of the pin. It was my only birdie but was a really satisfying shot. I'm usually horrible on 18 there but flushed a high 5 iron with a 2 yard fade to be left fringe. Easy par for 35 points. That had me 2nd in A grade when I left the course at 2.00pm. That last shot has me wanting to ditch the hybrid for the Tommy 4 iron. I also have the 3 iron and it'll be in the bag as soon as I play The Coast.

 My advice, game improvement clubs are for people who don't have much golfing ability. Put up with the mishits because the flushes are very satisfying!


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Posted 06 July 2017 - 05:54 PM

Results are in. Played to 4.2. I came 4th/138 starters. It could have been better as on 15 I flushed a 3 wood that landed short of the green, ran on but just went over the back......into the drink. Not the fault of the Tommy's!


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#48 mrbluu

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Posted 06 July 2017 - 11:10 PM

Anyone who gets up at 6:30am to go swing his newly fitted clubs is actually insane.... Here are some pics of my "new" clubs in all of their shiny glory.

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I'll be interested to see how u go.

I prefered the Ping S55 over the i25 irons.




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