Lower scores are not built on how far the ball is hit. Over the past 20 years, despite huge advancements in technology, the handicaps of golfers, as a universe, have not declined. Have you ever asked yourself why, despite the mind-boggling increase in distance a golf ball flies, scores have flat-lined? It is simple: the golf industry has not provided players with the equipment that allow players to maximize their performance on well over 50% of the shots they will hit.

Every club we produce combines the highest quality materials with a blend of old world craftsmanship and leading edge technology. Our clubs are played on all major tours and are endorsed by top 100 instructors world-wide. If you are serious about shooting lower scores, put our product in your bag and take a lesson from a professional that can show you how to maximize its performance.

Our golf clubs can be built to your exact specifications and customized to reflect your unique personality. Edel's craftsmanship is truly 1/1; we stand behind our products and firmly believe that you can't mass produce integrity.


Matching, Customizing and Refining the Precision Instruments for Scoring. The wedge fitting process with Mike Adams.



Every Edel Golf club is built from the ground up. Literally. Over the past two decades, David Edel has had the opportunity, and luxury to collaborate with the game's best instructors in the development of our equipment. It's where our best ideas come from. When you spend your life on a practice facility you know what players need.

Several years ago, GOLF Magazine Top 100 Teacher and Golf Digest Top 50 Instructor Mike Adams began to notice that the vast majority of his students (90%) were setting up to hit wedges with their weight in a right of center position and leaving it there. The results were predictable. Skull, Shank, Thin, Fat. Higher scores.

After lengthy study, Mike determined that the cause was the club. In the golf industry's attempt to create a solution for tight lie shots they mass produced wedges that did not have enough bounce for most players. No other clubs in your bag interacts with the ground like your wedge, it's where you can be the most creative. Edel Golf has created a proprietary fitting system for wedges, much like it has for putters, to insure you are playing with the proper amount of bounce, and can hit the shots that lead to lower scores. Simple? "Yes." Ability to manufacture by the hundreds of thousands? "No."



The SWP Grind has a crescent shaped grind, with a narrow sole,
and a low bounce angle, allowing you to sweep the ball offthe turf. The
grind itself is very similar to the TRP Grind, but on a narrow sole. It
has aggressive heel and toe relief for tight lies, allowing you to open and
close the clubface for various types of shots around the green. The grind
on the trailing edge allows the club to play will out of bunkers and full
shots with both an open and square clubface. This grind is the ultimate
wedge for hardpan, tight fairways, and firm packed sand. The SWP
Grind is best suited for the Sweeper.



The PKR Grind has a fuller sole, similar to the TRP and DVR Grind, with less forward bounce. It is more of a mid-bounce club like the DRV Grind, but with considerably less bounce. The clubs' sole has minimal camber and aggressive trailing edge, heel and toe relief for the touch shots around the green. This wedge can be laid back to open the club, without creating more bounce to hit offtight lies. The original PING EYE 2 Lob Wedge resemble the PKR Grind. The PKR Grind is a fantastic club for tight, firm fairways, and firm packed sand and hardpan. The PKR Grind, because of its' design enables you to hit all the little
shots around the green, opening and closing the face to hit highs soft shots and low running shots. This grind is extremely versatile.



The NPN Grind has a narrow to medium sole width, with a straight line trail reliefto allow you to lay the club back for bunker shots or flop shots. The aggressive reliefin the heel and toe allows the leading edge ofthe club to sit closer to the ground. The camber and moderate radiused sole from toe to heel creates moderate effective bounce to reduce digger. The thinner to medium sole minimizes the ground contact, avoiding fat or thin shots.



The NPW Grind has a wide sole with the lowest amount ofactual bounce, but because the sole width an camber the effective bounce is increased. This is a shot makers wedge, with extreme camber and heel to toe radius on the sole to combat digging. The sole configuration allows you to open and close the club to hit every conceivable shot from any type oflie. This sole design makes this club great off both hardpan, and out of heavy rough. This club works best when opening the face around the green. The NPW Grind reduced the drag ofthe club on contact with the turf. Because the NPW's wide sole, it is an excellent bunker club when opened up and creating more effective bounce.



The PNR Grind has a crescent shaped grind, with forward bounce. The PNR Grind has less bounce than a TRP Grind, but more bounce than a PKR Grind. Basically, it is similar to the TRP Grind on a medium sole width with less bounce. It has an aggressive wrap around the grind ofthe heel, toe, and with very little trail grind with minimal radius and camber ofthe sole. The less camber gives the wedge more sole surface and more effective bounce for bunker play and shots from heavy rough. The way the club is ground makes it very versatile for all types of lies.



The TRP Grind is a crescent shaped grind with aggressive relief in the toe and heel and some relief on the trail edge. The wide sole design provides stability and helps maintain the clubs path without any digging or skipping. The wide sole also allows you to increase the bounce by opening the clubface. The leading edge is killed allowing the player to hit down on the ball without digging into or skidding off the turf. Very versatile on all types of shots hit around the green. The sole relief reduces the ground drag, and provides easy in / easy out from turf or sand regardless of face angle or angle of attack. The sole relief also allows shots to be played with an open clubface, off tight lies, sand, or heavy rough. The toe relief makes chipping with the toe down an easy shot to execute. The heel relief allows you to execute perfect shots from the heavy rough or from the bunker.



The DVR Grind has a split sole design, with a centrally v shaped bounce surface to aid the club head as it glides through the sand or turf. It features a mid bounce sole with a narrow and steep forward bounce angle. Because ofthe narrow bounce area the club needs the exaggerated bounce angle. The wedge has dramatic trail relief, enabling you to lay it back to open the club without the leading edge elevating from the turf and exposed to the ball. Basically the club has two distinctly different sole surfaces to encompass every type of lie. The club has heel and toe relief with little camber, for versatility around the green. Extremely versatile grind for buried lies, tight lies, bunker, and flop shots. With the bounce closer to the leading edge ofthe wedge, this grind favors a steeper angle of attack. The high bounce allows for aggressive shots without fear ofthe club digging.



The DGR Grind has a wide soled design with a channel scooped out in the midsole area, parallel to the leading edge. A double sole, with a double bounce is created. It is designed to prevent digging for someone with an aggressive swing and extremely steep angle ofattack. The groove in the middle ofthe sole creates a double bounce, with a slightly lower bounce angle on the front edge allowing the club to dig through the turfon contact without resistance and the extremely high bounce trail edge to prevent excessive digging, with the club continuing through the turfand out. This design allows the DIGGER to hit shots from tight lies, heavy rough, and bunkers with their steep angle ofattack. The grind also allows the clubface to stay square at impact with an aggressive angle ofattack.



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