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bluelinegolferbluelinegolfer Members Posts: 21
Recently picked up a set of Tommy Armour 845s Silver Scot on craigslist, regripped them and hit them, they are ok and hit them decent, but I seem to hit my Adams A3os set better, except for the hybrids, can't seem to get a comfort feel on them. I wish that the Adams A3os or even the standard A3 set had the traditional set of of 3-PW instead of 3H, 4H, 5H and 6-PW irons. TIme to hit the range and get these hybrids down pat.... Or does anyone have a recommendation for a set similar to the A3 that has a traditional iron make up...

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  • boggymanboggyman Advanced Members Posts: 2,525 ✭✭


    Recently picked up a set of Tommy Armour 845s Silver Scot on craigslist, regripped them and hit them, they are ok and hit them decent, but I seem to hit my Adams A3os set better, except for the hybrids, can't seem to get a comfort feel on them. I wish that the Adams A3os or even the standard A3 set had the traditional set of of 3-PW instead of 3H, 4H, 5H and 6-PW irons. TIme to hit the range and get these hybrids down pat.... Or does anyone have a recommendation for a set similar to the A3 that has a traditional iron make up...


    Some of the older Adams sets came in 3-P, such as the GT3 or similar. GT3 was a favorite Adams set that are super forgiving and easy to launch. I just got me ANOTHER set of them from Globsl Golf. Let the 1st set go and regretted it ever since. I may only use the 3-5 with my FG 100s or the whole set, nonetheless take a look at Global and see what they might have.
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