Bazooka Geomax is a line of golf clubs that was introduced by Tour Edge Golf in 2007. The line includes fairway woods, hybrids, irons and putters along with drivers. Each club has a yellow band on the underside of the club head, which gives them a distinctive look. "Maximum control through geometry," is the motto Tour Edge uses for this line.
Bazooka Geo max drivers have a 460cc club head made out of titanium. It has a 20-gram screw made of tungsten that moves the center of gravity of the club head farther back. This gives the driver a higher launch angle when driving the golf ball. These clubs also will resist twisting, which gives them a larger sweet spot.
A Bazooka Geomax Driver 9 is named after its angle of loft, which is 9 degrees. There are four other Bazooka Geo Max drivers with angles of loft ranging from 10.5 degrees to 16 degrees. The Driver 9 has a 59-degree angle of lie and a square face angle.
The shafts on Bazooka Geomax clubs are made out of graphite, which is made from fibers coated in a resin and wrapped together to form the shaft. The shaft on a Driver 9 is 45 inches long for men and 44 inches long for women.
The Golf Bazooka Geomax Stiff Driver 9 has stiff flex, which is a rating for how much the shaft will bend when swinging the club. A Bazooka Geomax driver shaft with stiff flex weighs 65 grams, has a mid-level launch and has 3.8 degrees of torque, which is a measure of how much the shaft will twist while being swung.