Tour Edge Bazooka Irons

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User Reviews (7)

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Brian Wharton   Shoots in the 100s [Apr 30, 2010]
Model Reviewed: Bazooka

I have had Cobras, Calaways, and Nikes. This time I let my golf pro fit me for a set of irons. He fit me for a set of Tour Edge, and I MFed him for the first 3 holes of my first round with them. This is until I reolized I had not hit a bad iron shot all day. I love them, The best set I have ever had. I general shoot in the 100's, today I shot in the 90's.

Customer Service

That is my pro's problem.

Similar Products Used: Read Above.
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5
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5
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Peter Remondino   Shoots in the 90s [Sep 09, 2003]
Model Reviewed: 350J Bazooka Irons

After starting golf with a 32 handicap, finally decided quality new technology would start to help. Price vs. value CAN'T COMPARE! Extremely forgiving on mis-hits. Almost one club further across the board. Also have the Driver, 3 and 5. The Titanium 5 wood hits the ball like a ROCKET....and I'm currently a 19 handicapp. Look great at address and the low and back center of gravity get the ball in the air quick with a great trajectory. Will be playing these for a long time...and at $399, have alot left over for golf!

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5
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5
pmh99   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 12, 2003]
Model Reviewed: Tour Edge 350J Irons

I've been looking to elevate my game with a good set of custom clubs. I am 6-4 260 with an upright swing. I hate the fact that I've been settling for less than a perfect fit. I have experimented with many clubs and configurations to get a proper fit and finally was ready to break down and buy a pro-line set. I expected to get the Pings I've been looking at but I found the 350J instead. Easy to set up at address good contact is rewarded with a high but penetrating ball flight which holds in a headwind. The construction of the club makes it feel like a forged iron soft and responsive, and you can work the ball as well. You will be about a club longer with every shot which takes some adjustment but is gratifying. Tour Edge really gave me more for my money, I like the standard Winn grips and Rifle Steel Shafts in particular. On the downside if you hit a bad shot the soft steel will let you know. I had a couple of stingers on my first round. All concidered a great club for a reasonable price. If you can demo this club give it a chance before you spend more on a pro-line that isn't exactly right. I got my clubs built to my specs 1" over, 2° Upright, Mid grips, in 5 working days.

Customer Service

Have not needed it for this product but my experience with Tour Edge has been good.

Similar Products Used: Hawkeye Clones, Acer, Pinseeker TPW, Ping I3, Tour Model 3, Golden Bear Beginner Set.
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5
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5
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fiijohn   Shoots in the 80s [May 27, 2003]
Model Reviewed: Tour Edge 350J Irons

I recently ordered a set of these Bazooka 350J's and, after playing several rounds with them, I think they're the best irons I've ever had. Great looking at setup, very forgiving on mis-hits, and feel great when you find the sweet spot. Get custom fit for best performance. Great clubs at a great price.

Customer Service

Haven't needed

Similar Products Used: Taylor Made Super Steel, Nicklaus
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5
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5
Proball19   Shoots in the 100s [Oct 11, 2002]
Model Reviewed: Tour Edge Bazooke 350J

Forget the PING I3, FORGET the Callaway X-14. The Tour Edge 350J irons are the very best on the market... period! I swung these at my pro shop after my friend and golf pro suggested I give em a try. I bought them that moment and my Callaway X-14's went up for sale on E-bay! You probably haven't heard of Tour Edge. The don't advertise like Callaway which means not many people recogize the name. And because not many people recogize the name, the 350J's are't the club to have if you're trying to show off in the clubhouse. But trust me on these! They have a lifetime warranty on the shafts. LIFETIME!!! They're realitively inexpensive and they play very long and forgiving! I've never been so impressed with irons as the Tour Edge Bazooka 350J's. Just give em' a try and you'll fall in love too! Good luck golfers!

Customer Service

Lifetime Warranty on the irons so I'll never have to buy another set again!

Similar Products Used: Callaway X-14 pro, Callaway X-14, Ping I3 O-size.
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5
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5
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Matt Burnett   Shoot in the 90s [Oct 11, 1999]
Model Reviewed: Tour Edge Bazooka Irons 3-PW

One word: AWESOME! These clubs have titanium faces so it will pound it. It will add about 5-10 yard to each club. Very forgiving. The MSRP is about $990 for graphite, but you can get them for about $500 anywhere. Tour Edge offers a lifetime graphite shaft warranty. Overall great clubs.

Customer Service

It is good. Very nice people.

Similar Products Used: Armour 845 oversize and titanium irons.
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4
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4
Sammy   Shoot in the 80s [Apr 23, 1999]
Model Reviewed: Graphite Shaft - Firm

Great feel, the ball really jumps. Forgiving on mis-hits. Light weight helps generate tremendous club speed. Down-side is the durability. Have had the clubs for just one season and already broke 4 different club heads from the shaft. Fortunately Tour Edge has a lifetime warranty, but the two - three week wait for the club to be repaired is getting old. The street price makes them a value - $400- $500

Similar Products Used: None
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3
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5
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