Tour Edge Golf Bazooka Geomax 2 Iron/Wood Hybrid

By Jim Hagerty

Tour Edge Golf Manufacturing is a club manufacturer based in St. Charles, Illinois. It began in 1985 and became popular with its Bazooka line of drivers and iron sets in the 1990s. Today, the company specializes in making a full line of clubs including drivers, fairway woods, irons, putters and hybrid clubs.

The Bazooka Geomax 2 Iron/Wood Hybrid S is a low-profile utility club that comes in five lofts: 17 (#2), 19, (#3), 22 (#4), 25 (#5) and 28 (#6) degrees. The stainless steel series was stocked with a premium graphite shaft and Tour Edge rubber grip. However, Tour Edge has discontinued the Geomax 2 Iron/Wood Hybrid for newer models, though the club is still available on the secondary market and online auction sites. 
 

Head Specs

The Bazooka Geomax 2 Hybrid S head is made of a stainless steel body and 2-mm maraging steel face. It boasts a low center of gravity and deep face. Sole-weighted with a 20-gram insert, the Geomax also has a concave crown.

Stock Shaft

Bazooka Geomax Iron/Woods came off the rack fitted with special Geomax Graphite shafts made by Grafalloy available in five flexes: Light, Senior (A), Regular, Stiff and Extra Stiff.

Performance

Tour Edge is traditionally known for its inexpensive, yet reliable and quality clubs. The Geomax 2 Hybrid S line brings the Tour Edge quality to each shot. The clubs are comfortable and pick the ball nicely from a variety of lies. The sole moves through impact area with minimal drag while the thin face is responsive, allowing for effortless shot-shaping, especially with clubs with stiffer shafts.

About The Author

Jim Hagerty is a freelance writer and journalist. In addition to the hundreds of Web-based articles to his credit, he's a staff writer for "The Rock River Times," where he covers arts and entertainment, outdoors and human interest news events. Hagerty holds a Bachelor of Science in public relations and journalism from Northern Michigan University in Marquette.

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