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I've bought a lot of equipment across various sports over the years, and never have I seen such immediate improvement in my performance attributable purely to an equipment change. These wedges feel so stable, I regularly catch it high in the face and I'm seeing the distance consistency promised. Then there's the spin, I used to roll out a couple of yards with my old wedges but these spin- I'm ripping balls back towards pins and holding greens like never before. I've never been so happy to recommend a product.
Terry I wanted to drop you a quick note. My new wedges arrived today and it felt like Christmas. Bill Totten has been connecting with, teaching, coaching , advising and selling me on the idea of adding your newest "inventions" to my bag.
As you may recall I have been with you since Scor wedges and have purchased , or pushed others to purchase (family and friends) over 30 of your first Edison wedges. Bill is a fabulous professional on your team and quite convincing.
I only ordered 2 wedges (budget is tighter than normal with a lot of friends and family issues)
Today UPS called and told me the clubs were on the truck and to get home to pick them up. He hates to leave golf club looking boxes on porches because of all the thefts ( in fact Miura has ceased sending clubs in their VIP awesome packaging because of thefts). I got home and ran back out to run errands to finish my honey-do list!
Before leaving With the driver right there I opened the box to see the clubs. They are beautiful. What an amazing upgrade in an already good looking club. I carefully laid them in the back seat and decided to stop at my club, The Preserve at Jordan Lake (Davis Love signature) for a small bucket of balls. Just couldn't wait till tomorrow down in the Pinehurst area!
I bought a small bucket of 30 balls planning on hitting 15-18 and leaving the rest for the many kids out practicing with parents. I walked to a spot about 15 yards (tight lie) to the edge of the green with a pin 11 paces on. I've hit this shot a million times and was so excited to try out the new club. I positioned the club head behind the ball and can honestly say I've never seen a better looking wedge at address. It's beautiful. It's perfect. It feels like your wedges were designed for me and nobody else. Congratulations on that look. It's a WOW.
I then took my first swing. It landed on the green, took a couple small bounces and rolled into the hole! If I ever wanted to kiss a club it was at that moment. I'd like to say that I hit the next 15-16 shots in the cup but did not make another. That being said it felt like my circle of dispersion was at least halved on long/short measurement and more than that on the left/ right sides of the hole.
Simply put, these are the best wedges I've ever hit in my life. I got back into my truck to finish errands and called Bill to report in. He was so happy to hear the feedback. Before I hung up, with what I am sure were big smiles on both of our faces, he suggested that I add the 3rd wedge to the set. The new wedge has been ordered and will join my Miura MC 302 irons and complete my set.
I had been thinking about ordering in December or after the first of the year but decided the time was now. There is no wait in great!
Terry I thank you for your company, your club designs, Bill and all you do for a 70 year old golf equipment junkie like me!
Purchased these back in December and eventually got them shipped to Singapore in mid-January. Had them build with same shafts/grips as my existing irons and PXG wedges. Find they have a nicer flight trajectory and say what they do. I don't use them around the greens as my short game is poor and being used to links courses from back home tend to use 7 or 9 iron instead.
I got the 49, 54, 59 wedges with graphite shafts and really delighted with them.
Full marks for the technology
I decided to order a 59, 55, and 51 after the Wedgefit online. After two months I ordered a 47 to complete my set. I have been a vokey loyalist for at least 15 years. The feel and ball flight of the Edison wedges are so pure. I don’t see a scenario where I would go back to the Vokey’s. Be prepared for a lot of controllable spin on these weapons. These are quality clubs for players looking for next level performance.
I played other sports at a collegiate level but was never a golfer until much later in life, so I've been working toward being a decent (bogey or better) golfer and finding the nexus between my competitive drive and the desire to enjoy the game. My assessment of the two wedges I purchased is based on this background.
I purchased 2 wedges. A 53-degree and a 59-degree wedge.
The build of the two wedges feels very solid and of high quality. The packaging they were delivered in was excellent. The back spin I consistently get with these wedges over my prior wedges averages close to 1500 rpm's, and my distance control with them has been better than my previous norm.
You might get some jabs from your playing partners about your club's legality if playing odd numbers like mine, but once you stick a few shots close and under the pin location, the jokes drop off dramatically.
Great clubs! Highly recommend!
I was skeptical about this wedge with North TX winter conditions. Damp, dormant bermuda, sticky damp clay. Excellent performance. Yesterday I holed out from 20 yds. Just no worries. Regaining my short game confidence in these lousy conditions. I'm 74, 12 handicap. I need all the short game help I can get. This one fills the bill. Just ordered the 58 to complement my 54. Another benefit, they are beautiful clubs. Going back to using headcovers on my wedges!
I don’t review many things but as the golf nut that I am I felt obligated to review this wedges. I’ve played vokey forever but these wedges are by far the best I’ve ever played. I don’t find that some of the claims are true for me such as the extra distance or lower ball flight but with the first shot I could tell they were more forgiving and had a better and more solid feel. I don’t use these for full shots just pitching, chipping and out of the bunkers. These wedges have taken my bunker play to the next level. In closing I’ll just say these are the only wedges I’ll ever play, definitely worth giving a try.
I have been a Hogan wedge user for a looong time! I was looking to refresh them and then learned that the company had gone out of business. Fortunately saw some articles that mentioned Terri Koehler was the engineer behind the Hogan wedges. The way he has enhanced these wedges is great, the feel, sound, spin are super good and even better the results are way more consistent. The guy I usually golf with was asking how I was getting along with the new wedges and my response was, they are super good, my mis-hits are not even noticeable enough to be bothersome. I am now hitting out of bermuda rough and still get things on the green, and generally in a make-able range.
I’ve only had my wedge for a few weeks and since it winter here in Indiana, I’ve only had a chance to hit it inside on the simulator. But my early overall rating is excellent. Love the feel and have been able to control the virtual distances very nicely.
So this whole journey started around October I play every weekend, I'm an average golfer mid to high 80s. I didn't have a quote gap wedge. So for my birthday my aunt who I play with every weekend knows my love for Texas companies and supporting local. So she found you guys online and bought me a 52 degree wedge. My first hit was about 100yards from the tee, no practice shots with it at all. Nailed it about 10 yards behind the flag with a beautiful back spin putting me a short putt for birdie. So I was in love from the first shot. After playing with it for a few months and realizing my current Wedges weren't preforming for me well probably due to wear and age of clubs 😅 I decided to surprise myself with a new 56 and 60 from Edison. My first time out it took about 3 holes for me to get the new feel down and I'm hooked. I normally take new clubs to the range but with work and rain I haven't been able to go so once again the first shots were on the course and again absolutelyamazing. I absolutely love these Wedges. Wish you guys made irons sets I'd be a buyer. Thanks for everything guys. Great job. Hopefully I'll be in the 70s by March, one can hope.
I got a 53 wedge. I have to say this is the best wedge I have ever play with. Before Edison I was playing with Vockey wedges in different grinds, lofts and bounces but never got the confidence, feel and precision you get with an Edison wedge. I was able to hit the green within 3-6 ft on every shot. I highly recommend this product.
I received my new Edison 59 deg wedge to replace an old 60 deg lob wedge in my bag. I never used my old 60 deg wedge because I could never get reliable distance and I feared using it because I would hit it fat or thin. My first range session with my Edison 59 deg wedge went very well and I was hitting very consistent 50 yard shots on a very tight lie on the range grass. I went to play at my local course today and I love how this club handled about five shots when I needed it a short distance from or around the green. I even pitched in from 40 yards to save par! I am very satisfied and this is the club I was missing in my bag.
Just got them before Christmas
I’m a 16.
I was using Cleveland CBX 2 wedges and really appreciated the forgiveness of cavity back wedges. My friend had just got some Edison wedges and I tried them and decided to get my own.
They are insanely foregoing and spin more than my Cleveland’s did. Helps me stop ball on the green a lot better and just as forgiving if not more
Move to these from Callaway MD5 Jaws. Was looking for a lower ball flight on high face hits and found it. These clubs are more forgiving and offer the same dry spin as the MD5's. Got better spin on shots with a wet face on early morning rounds. The top line is thicker and looks more like my Stealth irons and makes the transition to the wedges easy. All shots are controlled with no flyers that end up short.
The backspin my 55 degree sand wedge imparts is truly phenomenal. You can pitch the ball from off the green from 15 yards and stop it within five feet. It’s difficult not to do that without deliberately pitching the ball as low as possible with some hook spin. I’m saving up for a 49 degree wedge.