What Golfers Are Saying
My son turned me on to this club. Always played Vokeys. This wedge is far superior. Better checking ability with much softer feel than Vokey. Also, improves the playability enhancement with the double grind on the sole. Could not like my Edison 57* more.
I've been following the reviews on The Hackers Paradise for several months. I had space in my setup for an extra club, and I needed to tighten up some distance gaps I had in my existing Mizuno wedges. I switched to Edison 2.0 with a 47, 51 and 55 degree wedges. I love the sole and the forged heads. I'm still getting everything dialed in, but I'm very happy I made the decision to switch.
Had some Scor wedges back in the day. Now have the 53 and 57 Edison 2.0. Simply the best wedges out there in my humble opinion and I have tried almost all of them at one time or another. And yes, I too hope you will start making complete iron sets! Thanks for your good work in making these excellent golf tools :)
I originally saw Edison in an email for TGA. Loved the back story of a small, Texas based company, but performance is what matters. Bought the 57 first. It took a little getting used to for me to take advantage of what it can do. I don't have to manufacture shots by manipulating the club to get great spin vs. my old wedges. Added the 51 recently and like it to hit medium height spinning shots into greens. Two friends have them and a third likely will. Great wedges.
I bought a 51/38 1/2long graphite and as a 55/38 1/4. I added my own jumbo grip max xl I ten purchased 2 gen ones at close out in 47/38 3/4 and a 63/37 I’ve red got a space for a 59
I’ve played 10-15 rounds and the worse they’ve been is twice “yes twice” as good any other wedge I’ve ever owned
Now it’s not just hit greens it’s close enough to one putt
What a game changer
My daughter has teased how many different wedges you need dad and my answer are only these
There great looking and perform even better
I've played similar wedges designed by Terry, namely some Hogan wedges- and really liked the V-sole. The 2.0's give a much better result if you get under the ball a little more than usual, with the extra help higher up the face. I've hit way more fantastic shots with the 2.0 than I ever did with my Vokeys.
Bought this wedge because I somehow lost the one that is in my set. Clubs are older so replacement was impractical. So Edison delivered a club to my exact specs. Got it in about three weeks. Looked spectacular and my strikes with it are getting upper with each swing. Use it for some chips, bump and run play and full wedge shots. Have never had any club that was so consistently straight. If you are listening Edison, you should consider making full Iron sets.
Been a fan of the Koehler sole for 10+ years. Decided to replace my SCOR gap wedge with an Edison 2.0. Bill was a huge help as I am transitioning from steel to graphite. I can play any shot; ball flight is med/low and I am still getting 'one hop and stop'.
I started with the 55 and after a month added a 49 and 59. from fairway and rough results have been great with pitching and chipping. Very easy to hit, results on well struck shots is fantastic both spin and trajectory. Love the size of the clubheads.
I switched from Vokey wedges to the Edisons after doing a lot of research. I am so glad that I made the switch. The Edisons are very easy to hit from all sorts of lies and turf conditions. It is extremely hard to chunk these wedges. I get better distance with these than the Vokeys. I have a 54 and a 58 degree and am very satisfied with the quality, play-ability, and feel of the strike. I would recommend these to anyone wanting to improve their wedge game and want a wedge that is very easy to hit and accurate. I have been playing golf for over 50 years and these are a great addition to my game.
I currently have a 51/55/59 setup. I’ve been comparing these against Taylormade MG3 and Vokey wedges and they perform exceptionally.
A couple of notes: the wedges look much better in person. The wedge is smaller than anticipated which I love. It is more in line with a Vokey than a Ping Glide.
Turf interaction works really well. I tend to be shallow and the sole performs really well. When I need to get steep the V sole helps bounce through the turf.
Spin is awesome and is in line if not higher than my Vokey or MG3 wedges.
Great wedges and no issue recommending over other wedge brands.
I have 3 Edison wedges, and they are top of the line. I hit a 49, 53 and 57. I bought the heads only and put a black finish steel KBS shaft in them. The grip I use is a jumbo golf pride. This is the best combination for wedge work that I have ever experienced. I like to use my 57 around the green because I can get it to bite after a couple of bounces. Throughout the years I have used several different types of wedges, and the Edison wedges are the most consistent I have hit. I play at a +1 handicap and the toughest part of my game has always been from 100 yards to 30 yards from the green. That particular gap has given me trouble in the past, but not anymore. I can hit my 49 anywhere from 100 to 103, consistently, with a full swing. I get the same 2-3 yard consistency with the 53 and the 57. I have never had that type of consistency and accuracy with any other wedge set. These wedges will
give anyone the confidence they need in their wedge game and get your handicap down. Also, they are fun to hit
Edison wedge review
bought the 2.0 53 ,57 and 61heads only and had Modus 105 wedge shafts put on.
Looks gotta say they look better than my Vokey SM9 at address.
Head feels heavier than my previous wedges which made swinging them fairly easy.
Performance I actually hit the ball higher vs my previous wedges which I am okay with as greens at my club require that type of trajectory. I was able to hit the lower boring flight as well.
Stopping power I was actually able to spin the ball back a couple of feet going into the green.
Miss hits came up 3 to 4 yards short of the distance I was trying to hit the shot once again much better results vs my old wedges
Around the green is where these clubs shine. I was able to open the face and hit various shots very effortlessly the V sole is legit.
I took a leap and ordered a Edison wedge online. I was hesitant at first but I decided to give it a try since Edison gave a 30 day money back guarantee. I played the wedge for a few rounds and I was very impressed. I sent back the first wedge I ordered because I wanted a different loft from the one I tested. I ended up ordering 3 new wedges. Great job Edison
I have been playing my new Edison Wedges for a little over a month, both on the range and on the course. I ordered 51, 55, and 59 degree graphite shafted wedges. I am very happy with their performance.
My previous wedges were Ben Hogan Equalizers with the same lofts, but with steel shafts. I loved them. They have similar double bounce soles that work well with my shallow swing. However, as I moved into my 70s and lost strength and flexibility, I found that the steel shafts were harder to control. I was getting less consistency, and the distance gap between my gap wedge and my pitching wedge was growing. Ben Hogan Golf is now closed, and none of the wedges of the major manufacturers fit my needs, so I gave up on replacing my wedges.
Then I got an email from Edison Golf and saw that their wedges are very similar to what I was playing, but with more perimeter weighting. I ordered a set the next day. It took me several rounds to get used to the lighter weight shafts, but now my consistency is much better than it was before, and the gap between my pitching and gap wedges is back to normal. Even more dramatic is the improved spin, especially on chips. That is a big help on the fairly hard greens that I usually play on.
All in all, I am as happy as I could be with these wedges. I only wish that my skill level matched their quality!