Tour Edge Bazooka JMAX Iron-Wood Review

Iron-Wood irons

Tour Edge Bazooka JMAX Iron-Wood Irons

Players who don’t hit the ball consistently might want to look into getting a set of Tour Edge Bazooka JMAX Iron-Wood irons.  They’re specifically designed to be easy to hit and forgiving, and there’s no better value in golf.

Tour Edge Bazooka JMAX Iron-Wood irons aren’t your typical game-improvement irons.  Shots taken with hybrids are usually higher than shots taken with long irons, which are notoriously difficult to hit.  Golf club manufacturers know this, and many iron sets now include hybrids instead of long irons.  Tour Edge takes the strategy one step farther:  every club in the set is an easy-to-hit, high-flying hybrid – even the pitching wedge.  The standard set is 3-PW, all of them hybrids.

They’re not garden-variety hybrids, either.

If someone tried to describe Bazooka JMAX Iron-Wood irons, they’d probably say they look like a cross between an iron and a wood or a wide-soled hybrid.  The heads are large and have a wide topline.  The body is rounded, resembling the body of a wood or hybrid, but the face and topline look more like those of irons.

In addition to having a unique overall design, Tour Edge Bazooka JMAX Iron-Wood irons are built using a unique construction technique.  Using Carpenter “Hyper-Steel” allows Tour Edge to make the face, skirt and crown of the heads extremely thin and lightweight.  These portions of the heads are so thin that three internal reinforcements are used to give them structural support.  An extremely low center of gravity is created by the heavy weight pad positioned in the sole.

All that weight on the sole of the club means higher launches and a more stable head – especially on off-center hits.  Tour Edge Bazooka JMAX Iron-Wood irons aren’t lightweight clubs, but they’re balanced so nicely that they’re easy to keep on plane throughout your swing.  And, their wide soles help prevent hitting the ball thin or fat.  The end result is an easy-to-hit, forgiving set of irons that helps players hit higher shots more consistently.

They’re as accurate as any hybrid (and more accurate than woods), but shot-shaping will be tough with these irons – they just “want” to go straight.  They’re also plenty long, probably due to the high ball flight and extra weight in the soles.

With Tour Edge clubs, the quality is high but the prices are low.  Tour Edge JMAX Iron-Woods irons are underrated clubs that deliver outstanding value and terrific performance.



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