Re: Tommy Armour 845 irons: Any stories?An uncle of mine bought me a set right when they first came out. He stumbled on them at a great price and liked them so much, he bought them for me. They were so good, he almost gave me his Ping Eye 2 and kept the 845s.
Being of modest financial means, the 845s were a dream set for me. Then as I played them, I liked them more than just being a kids with something he really couldn't afford. So, as the years went on, I kept them. Even when I could afford a new set, I stayed with my 845s and it wasn't until just two (or three) years ago I replaced them with a set of Callaway X-18s.
The 845s are still in my basement and I still carry the lob wedge that came with the set. At least I will carry it until the Cleveland wedge I just bought on Ebay arrives.
You can't go wrong with the 845s, or any of Tommy Armour's clubs in the 845 series. Including the Evo 845s they came out with in the late 90s.