Ben Hogan Edge Forged GS Irons

Ben Hogan Edge Forged GS Irons 

USER REVIEWS

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[Feb 14, 2020]
JaxonTheDog


Strength:

Strength? You can give them to somebody in your family outing that is there to get drunk and hates golf anyway. I will say that I love the Ben Hogan brand and have hit many models. Not many have been easy to hit but almost every one has felt phenomenal.

Weakness:

I know. I saw that big cavity and "forged" printed on the head and thought, "Wow that must feel sweet." Well, that is a bigger lie than turkey bacon. I never found the sweet spot once. Ever. So forged or no, every shot felt terrible and looked worse.

Price Paid:
Nothing thankfully
Purchased:
Used  
Model Year:
2000
OVERALL
RATING
1
[May 10, 2007]
Carlos
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Hogan Edge GS

I have played a blade for the last eight years, and recently I found myself missing the sweet spot. I found a set of the Hogan Edge Forged GS, and I don't know why I ever played a blade. These clubs are simply sweet. They go just as far my blades with TONS of forgiveness. They are smooth and have great feel and workability. I will say this though, since they are forged clubs and you can't buy them new anymore, it is a good idea to have them calibrated to 'standard lie' or whatever degree upright lie you like. I love these clubs

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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