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anyone play the Tommy armour pure spin wedges

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They look appealing, for the price are they worth it? How are they. Saw them fairly cheap at sports authority.
post #2 of 7

Buy one, see if you like it. If yes, buy the others. (Unless, of course it's a price discount on two or more).

 

Your could write a Review for us. Inquiring minds want to  know...

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After my visit to Sports Authority today, I'm a little confused by your post here. I found the Tommy Armour 845 wedges there, and realized that Pure Spin is an separate company and golf club line.

 

Pure Spin is a "sister company" US Diamond Wheel, a manufacturing firm. PureSpin makes the Diamond-Face wedge (left). Lately PureSpin has offered these wedges in a 52 / 56 / 60 three-pack. I've never hit a Pure Spin.

 

New Pure Spin Diamond Face Sand Wedge 56* LH TOMMY ARMOUR Men's 845 TA-25 SQ Wedge - SportsAuthority.com

 

At one time an independent company, Tommy Armour was bought by The Sports Authority in 2010. The 845 TA25 SQ wedge (right) is available at TSA.

 

I haven't hit the TA25 SQ, but its sole looks a lot like the Callaway "C grind," with sole relief from the heel and toe. The TA25 has a fairly flat sole; Callaway "C grind" has slightly more camber (rounding of the sole).

 

So, which wedges are you looking at?

 

(Tommy Armour also makes the Evo Pro Spin wedges.)

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post #5 of 7

You're talking about the Armour Evo Pro Spin (not Pure Spin, another brand).

 

Here's details: http://tommyarmourgolf.com/products/clubs/wedges/

 

It appears to be a muscleback clubhead, possibly with less bounce than the 845s. Specs don't give the bounce on the Evo model.

post #6 of 7
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Those would be the ones I apologize by getting then confused
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I have a purespin wedge I had bought years ago for super cheap at walmart or someplace. It was actually a good club for spin, but obviously not legal.

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