Edison Golf Offers a 30-Day 100% Risk Free Trial On The New EDISON 2.0 Wedges

ROCKPORT, TX, July 27, 2023… Edison Golf, a company dedicated to revolutionizing wedge performance, announces that all EDISON 2.0 wedges are backed by a 30-Day 100% Risk Free Trial. The company will build you an EDISON 2.0 wedge and let you put it to the test on your course, hitting the variety of shots you face every round. If for any reason it’s not the best wedge you’ve ever played, Edison Golf will buy it back.
“The only way to truly test a wedge is to spend time with it. Not just a few shots on the range or in a hitting bay, but under actual playing conditions,” said Terry Koehler, Chairman and Director of Innovation at Edison Golf. “We offer this risk-free trial because we know that if you’ll spend quality time with an EDISON 2.0 wedge, you’ll be hooked. In fact, since we’ve been offering this option, we’ve had less than 2% returns.”
EDISON 2.0 wedges were specifically designed to deliver better performance for recreational golfers than any traditional ‘tour design’ wedges. Edison’s innovative weighting technologies deliver unmatched forgiveness without sacrificing any shot making precision or versatility.
From the first glance, you’ll see the EDISON 2.0 wedges don’t look like any other wedges. That’s because they were designed from the ground up with forgiveness as the goal. The skills and abilities of recreational golfers are far different from how elite tour players play the game, and that is more pronounced in wedge play than just about any other area. Edison’s radically different weight distribution provides a more consistent smash factor across the face, and the proven Koehler Sole offers unmatched versatility to ever-changing turf conditions and swing paths.
“Our 100% Risk Free Trial allows golfers to take one of our EDISON 2.0 wedges to their course and hit the shots they face every round. From full-swing shots to a variety of pitch and chip shots, you simply must experience the feel, trajectory, spin, and turf interaction from all the lies you face and shots you hit on a daily basis,” added Koehler.
“This process should be done over a few rounds on the course, not just a short session on the range or a few dozen shots. You need to see the ball flight… and like it. You need to observe how the ball reacts when it hits the green. You need to hit full-swing shots, some chip-and-runs, mid-range wedge shots, short-side pitches, and bunker shots from the variety of sand textures you likely encounter. You quickly see better performance on your not-so-good shots. No other wedges even talk about “forgiveness.” It’s our driving force.”
Edison’s online buying experience allows the buyer to select their lofts, their preferred shaft and grip and request any custom alterations to Edison standards. This “Build Yours Now” interface coordinates with Edison’s enhanced and improved WedgeFit® Scoring Range Analysis experience.
EDISON 2.0 wedges are engineered to odd-number lofts from 45 to 59 degrees and are custom built for each golfer from a wide selection of premium shafts and grips. Requests for even number lofts are met by tweaking the lower number clubhead. Standard pricing is $199.95 for steel shaft wedges and $214.95 for graphite shafts. Shipping is free, and discounts are applied on orders for full sets of three or more. A broad selection of up-charge options for shafts and grips is also available during the shopping experience via the company’s website at www.EdisonWedges.com.
About Edison Golf Company
Edison Golf Company was formed in 2018 to provide a platform for challenging traditional wedge designs and performance. Over the past 30 years, Chairman/Director of Innovation, Terry Koehler has raised the bar for wedge performance multiple times through his designs bearing the names Merit® Golf, Reid Lockhart®, EIDOLON®, SCOR™ and Ben Hogan®. He has repeatedly conducted robotic testing of the top brands of ‘tour design’ wedges in his quest to improve golfer’s scoring range performance. Edison wedges were born from the scientific proof that poor distance control, insufficient spin and excessively high ball flight are built into the traditional ‘tour design’ that is reflected in nearly every wedge in the industry today. The company insists on the highest quality components and workmanship and all Edison wedges are custom-built to order for each customer from the Company’s assembly and shipping operations center in Rockport, Texas.