Bazooka Geomax is a line of golf clubs made by Tour Edge Golf. Each club has a distinctive yellow stripe on the club head. The Bazooka Geomax line includes fairway woods, hybrids, irons and a putter.
A fairway wood is a club that is most often used to hit a golf ball that is lying in the fairway. It is also used to hit the ball off the tee. The Bazooka Geomax fairway woods have a 25-gram tungsten rear sole weight that gives the club heads a lower and deeper center of gravity. This is designed to make it easier to hit the ball straight. The clubs also have a forged, Carpenter steel face that is designed for longer drives.
Fairway woods are numbered 1 through 11, with 1 being called the driver and 3 and 5 being the most common woods in a golf bag. Those who struggle to hit well with long irons often use a 7-wood. A typical golfer will usually hit a 7-wood the same distance as a 4-iron. A Bazooka Geomax 7-wood has a loft angle of 22 degrees and a lie of 60 degrees. It also has a square face angle.
The shaft of this club is made out of graphite. Graphite shafts are made from fibers that are wound together with a resin. They are lighter and stronger than steel shafts. The shaft of the Bazooka Geomax 7-wood is 42 inches long and weighs 59 grams. It has a high launch rating, and it has a torque rating of 4.0.