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TourEdge Tour Zone wedges or Callaway

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So I was looking around the PGA superstore and they had some TourEdge "Tour Zone" wedges for only $20. Obviously a super great price for someone with a small budget (me). Problem is that I can't find out any info about these wedges, like bounce. The PGA superstore website doesn't even have them. Neither does TourEdge's website. Does anyone know where to find info about these?

I was looking at them because a couple of weeks ago I picked up a 54*-15 and a 58*-10 callaway vintage forged wedges but I usually play on courses with hard sand and tight lies. Therefore I think the bounce of these wedges may be a bit high. Oh and I think I will miss having a 60* like I used to and used to hit pretty well and have already gotten rid of.

What do you guys think. Stick with the callaways or look for something with less bounce and probably a 60* cause I think I will miss it?

Do you think the Tour Zone wedges would be any good?

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I play courses with Hard sand, yet I choose a 54-12. The main course I play has some nasty rough around the greens, so the higher bounce will, imho be a benefit. I also have a 60-04 for those  tight lies. Get what you think suits you best,

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I play courses with Hard sand, yet I choose a 54-12. The main course I play has some nasty rough around the greens, so the higher bounce will, imho be a benefit. I also have a 60-04 for those  tight lies. Get what you think suits you best,


Thanks. I think I will stick with the callaways after doing some research of my own. They are c-grind so I should be able to decrease the bounce when opening the face...correct?

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Not finding any TE Tour Zone wedges in my searches.

Any chance these are Yonex EZone Tour wedges? (popular in Japan). These came out circa 2011.

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Not finding any TE Tour Zone wedges in my searches.

Any chance these are Yonex EZone Tour wedges? (popular in Japan). These came out circa 2011.


I cannot find anything online about them either. If I stop by the PGA store today, I'll snap a pic just to show everyone for curiosity's sake.

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Took a snapshot of the TourZone wedges I was talking about. Nowhere on the wedge does it say TourEdge but the sign for the price says TourEdge.Oh and there is no furrel on these wedges.

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Found a reference to Tour Zone wedges, and a pix in this link to M&M; Golf Inc. It appears these wedges are a component head for clubmakers, and sell for about $8 a head.

The M&M; website heads, however, look a lot different than the ones in your picture.

http://mmgolf.com/store/item/1fw4n/Wedges/Tour_Zone_Gun_Metal.html

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