Item #: 14TEDHOTL2DDMRH
Tour Edge Golf
Tour Edge Golf- Hot Launch 2 Draw Driver

Tour Edge Golf- Hot Launch 2 Draw Driver

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Hot Launch 2 Driver

The 460cc Hot Launch 2 driver offers players quality engineering and performance. The forged four-piece titanium head features variable face thickness (VFT) technology and a deep cup face for maximum power and distance from more contact points on the face.

Features:

  • 460cc Titanium four-piece forged club head
  • Deep cup face with variable face thickness for maximum launch speed from more points on the face
  • Offset hosel design fights slicing by allowing the club face to square up at impact
Manufacturer:
Tour Edge Golf
Open Box:
No
Pd-product-review-family:
14TEDHOTL2DRMRH
Length & Lie:
Standard/Standard
Gender:
Mens
Headcover:
Included (Matching)
Dexterity:
Mens Right Handed
Grip:
Tour Edge Stock Rubber
Shaft Material:
Graphite
Shaft Name:
Tour Edge Stock Graphite
Model:
Hot Launch 2 Draw
Video:
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Condition:
New, Factory Sealed
Makeup:
(1) Hot launch 2 Draw Driver
FreeShip:
No
DropShip:
No
pd-rating:
5
pd-rating-count:
6
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Product Reviews
By J P.
Minnesota
Very Impressed so far
October 19, 2019
Short story long, I have been golfing for 21 years after golfing for the first time at age 16 in highschool. I am 6'3" and 220lbs, more Dadbod than the athletic body type I had between the ages of 22-33. I was in a motorcycle accident in July of 2015, and crushed my left leg below the knee with compound fractures and multiple surgeries and infections. Prior to the accident I was playing TaylorMade RSi TP forged irons and hitting a TaylorMade R-15 driver and had a USGA handicap of 12-15. Needless to say, the accident put me out of commission for over a year from golf, and completely changed my golf game. I now have continuous/chronic left leg, and lower/mid back pain, which has greatly altered my swing, my ability to produce as much club head speed, and resulted in my handicap being +25-30, with drastic reduction in my distance and accuracy in general, but especially off the tee, as well as development of a nasty slice. My driving distance has dropped from 265-275yds consistently with decent accuracy pre-accident to 200-215yds with poor accuracy and an absolutely horrid slice.

So, onto the review:

I bought this driver in 10.5? Stiff Flex shaft about a month ago, and have only used it for 4 rounds, so I'm still getting used to it. That being said, I went out yesterday morning (my 4th round with the driver), and I felt like a mix between prime Tiger Woods and prime Mike Tyson off the tee box when using this club. I was consistently hitting FIR, more of a controlled fade and two shots were dead on the nuts straight as an arrow. My longest drive of the round was on the 9th hole, a gradual downhill par 5 with a dogleg to the right (playing into my now controlled fade). According to my GPS, I drove the ball 273yds, with a FIR.

I am still getting used to the club, and not having to attempt to compensate for my horrible slice, but the more I use this driver, the more it's growing on me. As another reviewer said, perhaps correcting poor technique with clubs isn't the best answer, and I am positive some lessons would help me to correct some of my issues, I'm also a realist, and understand that I'm not trying to qualify for the PGA tour.

The only possible drawback to the club is the factory shaft. I usually prefer an X-Stiff flex and a lighter shaft, and being 6'3" the length of the shaft is on the short side for my liking, but that is an easy fix should I decide to swap the shaft out.

Hope this helps, sorry for the rambling.
Pros*The offset slice reducing design is noticable after only 2 rounds. *For the price, you will not find a better driver with the game-improvement options this club offers.
Cons*Still undecided, but as mentioned in my lengthy review, the factory shaft isn't terrible, but if you are 6'3" or taller and/or need an X-Stiff flex, you'll need to replace it.
By Richard B.
Iowa
Tour Edge - Hot Launch 2 Driver.
August 20, 2019
Love this driver, really helps me get the ball up fast and straight. I am 79 and it has been a huge help off the tee.
ConsNone great club.
By Bob
South central Kansas
Cured the banana ball.
July 10, 2019
Although curing a slice by altering club design may not be the proper method, these metal woods do, in fact almost eliminate the dreaded banana ball. I use the Driver, 3 wood and 5 wood. I did not buy mine here, but I am a customer of this business.
ProsComfortable grip, great looking club and easy swinging. Reasonable price.
ConsNone I know of.
By Xander
,
Cool thing
June 5, 2019
Goes Far
By Jim
Florida
Wicked slice now under Control
August 9, 2018
I have only played a couple of rounds with this driver but my slice is under control now and almost all of my drives are in the fairway.
By Nick
Toledo, Ohio
Great
July 12, 2018
Great budget driver