Hot Launch 524 Irons by Tour Edge

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By Ed Travis

The Hot Launch 524 irons from Tour Edge Golf include the E524 super game-improvement model and the game-improvement C524 in the 8th iteration of the Hot Launch line.

This is the eighth redo of what has become an extremely popular family of clubs for Tour Edge and both models have some nice touches which, in addition to the golfer-friendly pricing, makes them attractive to a wide number of players whether old hands or beginners.

The E524s make use of Tour Edge’s Houdini Sole, a raised area at the rear of the sole that both lowers the center of gravity for higher shots and reduces the amount of turf interaction for cleaner hits. The hollow body creates lots of weight being moved towards the perimeter and along with a shallower face gives the E524 lots of forgiveness, just what is required in an iron of this category.

The C524 squeezes 10% more Vibrcor TPU into the head cavity helping the feel at impact and further dampening sound. As with the previous version the sole is quite wide and the 360° undercut cavity allows more flex of the face. Toe weighting has been increased to improve stability and make the sweet spot larger.

Both the E524 and C524 lines include fairway woods and hybrids, and stock combination sets of irons and hybrids are available.

Fast Facts
Tour Edge Hot Launch E524 Irons
Super game-improvement
Hollow body construction
Draw bias heel weighting & offset
Houdini sole
Stock Shaft: Aldila Ascent PL, True Temper MPH 95
Stock grip: Lamkin 360
At retail Mar. 1, 2024
$99.99 per iron

Tour Edge Hot Launch C524 Irons
Game-improvement category
Cavity back design
Vibrcor TPU
Toe weighted with wide sole
Strong lofts
Stock Shaft: Aldila Ascent PL, True Temper MPH 95
Stock grip: Lamkin 360
At retail Mar. 1, 2024
$79.99 per iron


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Ed Travis

Ed Travis is a national award winning golf journalist and has had a life long love affair with the game. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and as a senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him he still plays regularly and carries a handicap of 2. He and his wife live in suburban Orlando.