Tour Edge HL 4 Golf Club Set Review

Tour Edge HL 4 Golf Club Set Review

Choosing a complete golf club set is never as easy as it should be. Unless you’ve had your eye on a specific set for a long time, it can be difficult to choose a set that is both pleasing to the eyes, desirable and one that will actually help improve your game.

The Tour Edge HL 4 set has everything a golfer needs to go from a beginner towards becoming a mid handicapper, the perfect blend of high quality clubs which will eliminate any distance gaps from your game and allow to improve tenfold without the expense of sourcing premium clubs separately from the top manufacturers. 

It doesn’t get any easier the more you play either. Whether you’re a high handicapper or looking to take your game to the next level, it can be very hard to choose that next complete set that will take your game to the next level. For the former category of player though, we have put together a helpful review of one popular set.


The Tour Edge HL 4 Golf Club Set Overview

If you are a high to mid handicapper, you may just find your next set in the Tour Edge HL 4. HL stands for hot launch and it definitely provides a lot of what beginners to mid handicappers need: distance. These are definitely distance clubs that will help you get to the pin in a hurry.


Our First Impressions

Right off the bat, we were impressed and honestly a little intimidated when we first laid eye son the complete HL 4 set.

Impressed because these clubs look beautiful. Intimidated because it appeared that every club in the bag was oversized.


Who is the Set for?

There’s no mistaking who the Tour Edge HL 4 clubs were made for. Everything about their design screams distance.

If you are having trouble getting the distance you should be getting from your woods and long irons, this is a set that can help.


Breaking Down The Complete Set


The driver features a sloped crown and a titanium head that offers a better strength to weight ratio than stainless steel.

It also includes a slightly curved face for added forgiveness. It comes with a 460cc head size and can be had in 9.5, 10.5 or 12 degree loft versions


Fairway Woods

You can get an HL 4 number three fairway wood at 15 degrees, a 4 wood at 17, a 5 wood at 19 and or a 7 wood at 22.

They all feature a pear shape head design and extra weight in the rear of the sole for higher launch and forgiveness.



The shallow face and higher-sitting toe make the HL 4 hybrids forgiving. This design effectively broadens the sweet spot.

You can get a #3 hybrid at 19 degrees, a #4 at 22, a #5 at 25 or a #6 at 28 degrees of loft.



The longer blades and deeper undercut cavities are perfect for beginners and mid handicappers.

The soft stainless steel construction is also congenial for players working to master their irons. You can get irons 4-9 in a complete HL 4 set.



The milled grooves of the HL 4 wedges help you control spin on the green while the beveled leading edge helps smooth out turf interaction.



The Hot Launch putter is a mallet-style putter with a face insert with micro-etched grooves to improve feedback, feel and accuracy.


Club Composition

The Tour edge HL 4 driver, hybrid and fairway woods come standard with a UST Mamiya shaft that is available in ladies, amateur, regular and senior flex. The irons come with either the aforementioned UST Mamiya shafts or KBS Tour 90 Steel shafts in regular and senior flex.

Wedges are available in UST Mamiya or KBS Tour 90 steel shafts in regular, ladies, steel and amateur flex. All clubs are available in Lamkin Z5 Rubber slim and mid-sized grips.

Aside from the shaft and flex options, the Tour Edge HL 4 clubs feature an oversized design. We liked that the soles were commensurate with the overall size of the blades in the irons and wedges. This helped smooth out turf interaction.

The larger blades may also inspire more confidence in beginner players at point of address. Overall, the composition designs added a good amount of forgiveness to most of the clubs in this set.


Tour Edge HL 4 Pros & Cons


  • Very beginner friendly
  • Great distance off the tee
  • Advanced features usually reserved for more expensive sets
  • Many set options
  • The wedges provide a surprising amount of greenside precision
  • Good launch angles



  • The irons aren’t very workable
  • No stiff flex options
  • Currently only available in right-handed
  • Not for players with faster swing speeds


Overall Score: 95/100

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Other Sets Worth Considering


Callaway Strata Golf Set

Strata Golf Clubs

The Callaway Strata golf club set comes with 2 hybrids which, many beginner players will find convenient as longer irons are notoriously hard to master when you’re first starting out.

The complete set includes driver, a 3 and 4 wood, two hybrids, irons 4-9, wedges and a putter but also comes with various different club mixes.

This is a great set for beginners overall because it’s inexpensive and has some of the advanced features that Callaway has become famous for.


  • Putter includes precision face milling
  • Oversized 460cc driver head
  • Very affordable set for beginners



  • Beefy hosels
  • Set doesn’t come with a stand bag

Overall Score: 94/100

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Cobra XL Golf Set

The Cobra XL Speed complete golf club set features a titanium driver for increased flex without sacrificing stability. The shallow fairway woods feature heel weighting for increased MOI and forgiveness. The set is rounded out with cavity back irons that launch high and play long.

All of this amounts to a set of clubs that plays very fast. The face on the woods and irons offer explosive speed but none of the clubs lack stability. The club head design of this set ensures that the faces can flex as much as they need to without harshing feel.


  • Set has advanced features for intermediate players
  • It’s available in both right and left-handed orientations
  • All the clubs in the set feature an attractive gold/black color scheme



  • A bit pricey
  • Not the best complete set for beginners or high handicappers

Overall Score: 94/100

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Taylormade RBZ Golf Set

The Taylormade RBZ set features a 460cc driver with a fast-launching face and lightweight crown. The wedges in this set also feature smooth sole grinds to help you glide through the turf on tough lies.

Now this is a set that was certainly designed for more advanced players. There are features in the woods that probably only faster swing players will be able to take advantage of. They are worth a look if you are looking to invest in clubs that can keep up with you as your game improves, though.


  • High volume grooves on the wedges
  • Perimeter weighted irons
  • The driver plays very long


  • Not great for beginners
  • Limited flex options

Overall Score: 96/100

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Final Thoughts

While the Tour Edge HL 4 clubs lack work ability as you get closer to the pin, one thing is certain: they can actually get you to the pin faster. Overall they play long enough to inspire hope in the most troubled beginner’s struggling with accuracy and distance.

They also launch high to help get you over dreaded hazards. The wedges even provide good spin control for more advanced players. Overall, this is a great set for beginners and mid handicappers so check it out!


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