Eidolon Golf V-Sole 52 Degree Gap Wedges

Eidolon Golf V-Sole 52 Degree Gap Wedges 

DESCRIPTION

Eidolon wedges are patented V-Sole Technology through which the leading edge of the wedge’s sole about one-quarter of an inch has an aggressive bounce 18 degrees bounce on the 52-degree lofted wedge, 30 degrees bounce on the 56 wedge, and 25 degrees of bounce on the 60-degree wedge that ensures that the leading edge never digs into the turf. The primary rear portion of the sole features minimal bounce three degrees on the 52 gap wedge, seven degrees on the 56 mid- wedge and six degrees on the 60 lob wedge.

USER REVIEWS

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[Dec 08, 2010]
mrclag
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Eidolon 52-deg

Eidolon wedges are very fine instruments because of their visuals, materials, technology, craftsmanship, balance, versatility - and in one word, their "results"! The grip, shaft, and clubhead are married correctly, and this no-nonsense club is designed to hit wedge shots better than the golfer swinging it. It's size is correct, its heft is right, its ability to be fanned open or closed down is good. A very easy gap wedge to use. As this is being written in late 2010, it still has the max U-grooves, and they work like they are supposed to. There are other wedges that have similar leading edge beveling (Ray Cook, Reid Lockhart, Ping Eye 2+), but I find the moderate thickness sole on the Eidolon to be superior to the others. I carry the 48, 52, and 56. I also own the 60, but the 56 is versatile enough to save me some space in my bag.

Customer Service

Unknown, but the ones I have seen are superbly manufactured, so no service (other than re-gripping) should be needed.

Similar Products Used:

Ray Cook, Reid Lockhart, Ping Eye 2+, Ping Eye 2 front edge ground, some old Wilson wedges that have been custom ground

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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