Tour Edge Bazooka 470 Golf Club Set Review 2021
Aimed at golfers between the high and mid handicap ranges, the Tour Edge Bazooka 470 set hopes to offer a quality experience straight out of the bag.
The clubs sit in between the top beginner sets and the more advanced sets like the Taylormade RBZ in terms of quality and hopefully, performance as well.
The clubs come in a premium stand bag, a distinctive design and premium headcovers that gives the overall set a premium feel, but as we already know, there are plenty of quality golf club sets out there and it is interesting to see how Tour Edge can compete in the market.
Tour Edge Bazooka 470 Overview
“The Tour Edge Set is going to be primarily aimed at new golfers who have played a bit already and are looking to buy their first set of clubs”
The set contains a full array of clubs including a driver, a 3 & 5 wood, a 3 & 5 hybrid, irons 6-9, a sand wedge, pitching wedge and a putter.
The clubs look impressive on first inspection, the heads are big, the lofts are generous and you can quickly tell that it is a game improvement set, straight off the bat.
All clubs have graphite shafts so you can tell the clubs are aimed at average to slower swing speeds and will be ideal for seniors.
Breaking Down The Set:
The driver has a large 460cc head with a generous 10.5 degree loft which is going to suit average swing speeds for long and forgiving strikes.
The woods and hybrids have a low COG and deep weighting making it easy to hit consistently high and straight shots.
The irons are of a deep cavity back design and they too, have a low COG and perimeter weighting for forgiveness, while the thick sole is going to generate impressive distance.
The irons come with graphite shafts and they are aimed at allowing you to improve your game immediately.
The wedges have deep grooves and impressive undercut, giving you the accuracy and workability an improving player might need around the greens.
The putter has a mallet style with visual alignment to help you sink as many putts as possible.
“The Tour Edge Bazooka 470 set is certainly enough to get you started in the game, but they do face stiff competition and are mostly suited to novices with slower swing speeds.”