Armour Sickle 845 Fairway Woods

Armour Sickle 845 Fairway Woods 


Tommy Armour Golf 845 Sickle 24-degree Utility Wood

Perfect replacement club for long irons

Utility wood designed with 24-degree loft

Club features low profile to help get the ball airborne

Fitted with a graphite shaft


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[Jul 16, 2007]
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Tommy Armous 845 Sickle Hybrid

This unique 24 degree club is a hybrid that looks like a cross between a fairway wood and the La Jolla Knife hybrids that have little fins on the bottom. It has a raised wedge on the bottom that helps the club glide through turf and other difficult lies. It makes a great goto trouble club for almost any situation, probably good for 170-190 yards depending on swing speed ... I found it almost impossible to mis-hit, and it also hits the ball VERY straight--forgiving. Look on eBay to find them. One of many clubs that never caught on that should have, because it could be magic for many high handicappers. Snap one up if you find it!

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Similar Products Used:

La Jolla Knife

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