Testers Wanted: Edison Wedges
The results for Most Wanted Wedges will be released soon and it just so happens we have one of the contestants in line for member testing! We are very excited to be looking for four testers to test, review, compare and keep two Edison 2.0 wedges.
For those of you who have not heard of Edison, here is some information about the company.
“Edison Golf was founded by two golf industry veterans with a combined 75+ years of experience in the industry.
Chairman Terry Koehler, better known as “The Wedge Guy” from his popular blog, has spent more than 40 years designing golf clubs, the past 30 of them focused on wedges. Complementing Koehler’s creativity in wedge design is Edison Golf COO Trace MacDougall.
The small but potent team at Edison Golf craft and ship every custom-built Edison Forged wedge from the company’s headquarters in Rockport, Texas.”
What about their wedges?
Edison makes some bold claims with their Edison 2.0 wedge, claiming the “Koehler Sole” is the most versatile sole in the category offering a “high bounce angle in the front of the sole with a low bounce angle on the rear portion.”
They also claim to be forgiving and better suited to the amateur golfer.
“Instead of catering to the needs of tour pros, the EDISON 2.0 wedges were designed around the way you play the game. They have the most efficient distribution of clubhead mass in the category to deliver unmatched distance control and forgiveness for any level golfer – with added spin and more penetrating trajectories a likely bonus.”
Bottom line: Edison feels their wedges “deliver more forgiveness, improved distance control and enhanced spin, all without compromising precision, feel, or versatility.”
We want you to put these claims to the test to let us know how these wedges not only perform over the testing period but also how they perform against your current wedges.
The Edison 2.0 wedges are offered in lofts from 45 to 60 degrees with the option to have the lie angle adjusted to best fit your swing. Edison offers two steel shafts (KBS Tour 120S and 110R) and KBS PGI graphite shafts as stock options. The Lamkin Crossline in standard or midsize is their stock grip.
*This test is open to U.S. residents only.
*Only open to rIght-handed golfers
*Registration closes Sept. 27. Testers will be announced on the forum Oct. 5.