Tour Edge announces three new HL4 iron sets for those seeking max improvement

The Tour Edge HL4 irons.

Following the recent introduction of HL4 hybrids and iron-woods, Tour Edge has now introduced three new HL4 iron sets as well. The HL4 irons ($419.99 steel, $489.99 graphite) are aimed at players who want max-game improvement with an undercut cavity and low and deep CG location for improved launch, ball speed and forgiveness. The low CG and shallower face height also allow for stronger lofts and lower spin rates without loss of trajectory for players looking for enhanced carry distance.

Other features of the HL4 irons include advanced toe weighting technology for improved stability, variable face thickness for more forgiveness across the entire clubface, and UST Mamiya graphite or KBS Tour 90 steel stock shaft options.

The standard HL4 irons are designed to be mixed and matched with the aforementioned HL4 hybrids and/or HL4 iron-woods, which are now also available in a dedicated set of their own ($529.99 steel, $599.99 graphite).

The Tour Edge HL4 iron-woods.
The Tour Edge HL4 iron-woods.
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The ultimate combo set, which Tour Edge calls HL4 triple combo ($569.99 steel, $599.99 graphite), comes with two HL4 hybrids (22- and 25-degrees), two HL4 iron-woods (29- and 32-degrees), and three HL4 irons (8, 9, PW), giving players everything they require for max game improvement without having to purchase utility clubs separately.

The Tour Edge HL4 combo set.
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All HL4 clubs will be available at retail on Aug. 1.

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