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Item #: 11TEDBZPRMRH04
Tour Edge Golf
Tour Edge Golf Bazooka Pro-4 Putter

Tour Edge Golf Bazooka Pro-4 Putter

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Bazooka Pro Series

Features:

  • Face insert technology delivers a soft feel for more speed control
  • Oversized putter grip promotes stable hand position throughout putting stroke
Manufacturer:
Tour Edge Golf
Open Box:
No
Pd-product-review-family:
11TEDBZPRMRH04
Length & Lie:
See DropDown/Standard
Gender:
Mens
Headcover:
Included (Matching)
Dexterity:
Mens Right Handed
Grip:
Tour Edge Stock Rubber
Shaft Material:
Steel
Shaft Name:
Tour Edge Stock Steel
Model:
Bazooka Pro-4
Condition:
New, Factory Sealed
Makeup:
(1) Bazooka Pro-4 Putter
FreeShip:
No
DropShip:
No
pd-rating:
5
pd-rating-count:
2
ShippingGroups:
NIL,
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Product Reviews
By Bruce
Michigan
Nice alignment feature.
June 8, 2020
I am right handed with a left major eye. With research I found that I should use a center shaft putter. I bought this one and noticed a difference right off. Seem to help my short and longer putting.
ProsNice alignment features for me
ConsNothing yet
By Dave
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Easy Alignment
October 4, 2018
I've been playing golf over 50 years and have used lots of different putters over that time. Mostly, I've used blade, offset putters, so this is only my second endeavor into a center shafted mallet putter. What I'm finding is that with vision that is not as sharp as it once was and hands that are not always so steady, this putter makes it easier to align the face square to the line and is not as punishing as a blade when the put is hit slightly off center. I'm not fond of the two sharp points on the back of the mallet head as a matter of safety, but overall, those are a minor flaw.
ProsCenter shaft
ConsTwo sharp points on the back