Tour Edge Bazooka JMax Houdini Drivers

Bazooka JMax Houdini

The Houdini forged titanium driver combines a super-forgiving 420cc head with an ultralight, 1" shorter graphite shaft and 16 degrees of loft for magical drives that are straight and long.

User Reviews (5)

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massey   Shoots in the 70s [Jan 28, 2008]
Model Reviewed: Tour Edge JMAX Houdini Driver(s)

I am constantly buying clubs on eBay and comparing them, looking for the ultimate combo. I tried the Houdini 16 degree driver in regular flex ($50), and loved it. It was 10-20 yards or so shorter than my regular driver, but like a laser beam, and the 16 degree face provides so much confidence! But in that ultimate search, I wanted that "little bit extra" distance, so I also snapped up a stiff shaft version. I don't hit stiff shafts normally, but sensed that the Tour Edge stiff on this model was more firm than boardy, and might leave me some control and give a little extra distance pop. Right on the money!! I can hit this just as long as normal, straight as an arrow, high penetrating drives that land softly. It produces so much confidence at address that I also can "go after it" a little bit more, and that head speed also translates into more distance, too. Only drawback might be if you live in a really windy area, the higher trajectory might cause you to float off target some days. Other than that, I now have a new "point and shoot" toy to play with. Seriously, if you struggle with your driver, try this thing before they all disappear. I imagine that for many senior players, or recreational players who don't get out often, this would be a godsend.

Customer Service

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Similar Products Used: Tour Edge QL (Quick Launch) driver is also a new little cannon that refuses to do anything but go straight down the middle. Hard to work, though, but for most golfers, who cares! Stay in the short grass with your drives, get a mid-iron hybrid to handle your approach shots, and lower your score.
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John Benson   Shoots in the 80s [Feb 04, 2007]
Model Reviewed: Tour Edge Houdini 420cc Driver

The Tour Edge Houdini 420cc Driver is the best thing I have ever done to lower my score and show off at the tee box with a very long, straighter than ever drive every time with little effort. All I do is position the ball at my left heel, spread my feet apart no more than 14 inches wide, stand up straight, and take a slow controled swing. I was sceptical at first, but now I am a believer and will never part with this club, at least until another brand comes up with a similar product. You can purchase this driver on Ebay under $100. Buy this club, use it for a few rounds then write a review on this site. I would like to hear how this club has changed your game as well.

Customer Service

Have not used it.

Similar Products Used: Tour edge j-max iron/woods
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The Haig Mark II   Shoots in the 90s [Jul 17, 2006]
Model Reviewed: Tour Edge Bazooka Jmax Houdini

Great concept, much like a 420 cc 3 wood. Many people hit their 3 wood instead of their driver because they are more acurate with it. This club is very forgiving and you don't really lose much distance.

The little exta distance you get from a 45+" clubs means nothing when you are way off the fairway. Don't let the 16 degree loft fool you, this one is a Bazooka.

It also is a sharp looking driver that gives me confidence when I set up my shot.

Customer Service

no problems, no contact with Tour Edge

Similar Products Used: Deep Red FatShaft
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maelje   Shoots in the 90s [Apr 13, 2006]
Model Reviewed: Houdini 7 utility wood

Yeah, it's for high handicappers like me. So what? What an amazing club. The feel is soft but not gummy, and yet a solid hit off the clubface produces plenty of feedback. Best of all, I hit the thing STRAIGHT. My GIR percentage has gone way up since I got this thing.

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pulse211   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 21, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Tour Edge Houdini Driver

I bought a Houdini driver because I just wasn't getting the trajectory I wanted. My drives were too low and teeing the ball higher and putting it more forward in my stance caused too many pushed/pulled tee shots. The Houdini is really a 3 wood with a 420cc head. I was immediately pleased to find that this club produces high, straight and relatively long drives for me. It is extremely forgiving, even when I come out of a shot or pull one, I am usually playing from the rough, not the trees or OB. I play frequently with a friend who used a 3 wood, for control, but frequently hit a "sky ball," so I offered him my Houdini. He ordered one that very day and absolutely loves it! In golf, you never get something for nothing, and with the Houdini driver, what you lose is roll. On soft or wet fairways, expect to find you drive very near where it hit. I most strongly recommend this club to anyone who needs more loft and directional control and is willing to sacrifice some distance and roll off the tee. This club is, in my opinion, perfect for golfers with slower swing speeds and more senior players (I am 57 years young). It has increased my enjoyment of the game immensely and enabled me to shoot in the 80's on a regular basis. Ping and Callaway are making similar clubs now, but the Houdini is a bargain at $149 retail.

Customer Service

Tour Edge is very responsive to any inquiry or problem. They will, through their retailers, custom fit any club and all their products come with a lifetime guarantee.

Similar Products Used: Callaway C4, 454, Cleavland, Taylormade, Ping, etc.
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