Tour Edge Bazooka JMax Progressive Irons

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Bazooka JMax Progressive

Wide sole and undercut cavity in the 2-7 irons for forgiveness. Muscle-back cavity in 8-LW for feel and playability. 431 stainless steel for the ultimate in responsiveness.

User Reviews (6)

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golfer7890   Shoots in the 90s [Mar 14, 2009]
Model Reviewed: jmax irons + 3/4 ironwoods

I bought the 3-pw set for my dad. He's a beginning golfer and a quick learner. Previously he was playing my brother's Titleist 804 OS. He plays the Jmax just as well. Stock steel shafts are lightweight, mid kick, and suits my dad's moderate swing speed. The 3 and 4 ironwoods have graphite shafts. My dad hits these hybrids very straight and long. The trajectory is low and boring. I tried them and cannot hit them properly. They look very different from conventional hybrids. Doesn't suit my eye, but they work very well for my dad. I tried the irons, and they are better than I expected. I bought the set for less than $100 shipped. Good clubs for the money.

Customer Service

Very good at responding to emails.

Similar Products Used: I've owned so many clubs, its an addiction.
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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crapyking   Shoots in the 90s [Feb 07, 2008]
Model Reviewed: JMAX Progressive irons

I picked up a partial set (used) 5-9 on ebay for a steal. I used to have JMAX QL but the didn't like the big sole on the higher irons.The progressive have traditional shape in the higher irons & cavity in the lower. THEY ARE GREAT! The steel shafts are step less & have great feel. Super value.

Similar Products Used: Titlest,powerbilt,cleveland,....everything.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Tim   Shoots in the 80s [Jun 17, 2007]
Model Reviewed: Tour Edge Jmax Progressive

I picked up a brand new set of these clubs for a real bargain ($100). I have hit "everything" as I am a true golf junkie, and for the price, no one comes close to Tour Edge for quality and playability. This club has the same playability features of the much more expensive Mizuno MX 20's (which I owned) and even though it is a game improvement club, I can work the ball nicely. I like the looks of these clubs, not excessive offset on the mid-long irons, and the Precision shafts are both light and produce beautiful trajectory with a good swing. Still working out the distances, which seem about a half a club longer on the shorter irons...about right in the mid-long irons. I have owned them all (Titleist, Ping, Callaway, Wilson, Mizuno, Lynx, Golfsmith, etc.) and for the price and quality, nothing beats Tour Edge. Of the big names, I've always found the Mizunos to have the edge on irons...really like their forged irons and multiple designs for all levels of players. However, I am done paying out big bucks for golf clubs when I can get everything I need from a company like Tour Edge. Maybe when I retire in a couple years, they'll send me a free hat or two, and I'll give them some cheap advertising because I will be on the course getting my handicap back to single digits!

Customer Service

Not used, but I am confident with their attention to registration and concern for customer satisfaction that they will do the right thing if called upon.

Similar Products Used: Titleist (dci's, 962's), Ping (ISI's, Eye-2), Callaway (original Big Bertha), Mizuno (Sure, Tzoid Pro, Tzoid MX20), Wilson (RM's fat shaft), Tommy Armor (845's, Silver Scott forged cavity backs), and on...(told you I was a junkie)
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
gullettc   Shoots in the 80s [Apr 13, 2005]
Model Reviewed: JMAX Progressive Irons

Very easy to hit. I replaced my 3 iron with a iron-wood and it has helped me take 2 strokes a round off of my game. Long irons are forgiving and the short irons are easy to work.

Customer Service

No problems

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
fiijohn   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 20, 2004]
Model Reviewed: tour edge jmax progressive irons

I purchased a set of these irons earlier this year, and have grown to like them more with each use. I have the 3 ironwood, with 4 thru sand wedge regla irons. These clubs are easy to hit, with great ball trajectory. They feel great at impact, too. I was at the range today and they had a demo on the Ping G2s. Tried them, and went right back to the Jmax. Much better feel at impact, and just as long. No way would I spend $700 plus on those when these are less than half the price. I've used Tour Edge irons in the past (350Js) and I think these are better. Great to feel confident when you stand over a shot. These will be in my bag for a while.

Customer Service

Clubs were fitted on a Monday, received fed ex on Friday. Can't beat that, I don't think.

Similar Products Used: Taylor Made, Ping, Titleist
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
pmh99   Shoots in the 90s [Apr 20, 2004]
Model Reviewed: Progressive

Solid club, A mix of the Awesome 350J and the Callaway Big Bertha iorns. The clubs perform well and the short iorns are easy to work either way. The mid and long iorns are solid and easy to square. The ball gets up quickly even on thin shots. The long iorns fee a little dull though. For the price these are great clubs... but not good enough for me to give up my Bazooka 350J's. The 350j's have been discontinued but if you can get your hands on a set buy those instead. Like all Tour Edge products they are fully customizable. Loft and lie, length, shaft flex and grip. Turnaround time is usually 7 working days.

Customer Service

Never had a problem with a club.

Similar Products Used: Big Bertha, Tour Model II, Ping I3, Pinseeker.
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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