Tour Edge Hot Launch E521 woods and ironwoods

For several seasons, Tour Edge has gained notoriety for developing state-of-the-art gear in its Exotics line. Those drivers, fairway (...)

Tour Edge Hot Launch E521 woods and ironwoods

For several seasons, Tour Edge has gained notoriety for developing state-of-the-art gear in its Exotics line. Those drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons feature mulitmaterial constructions and unique designs, along with high price tags.

However, the roots of the company lie in gear that delivers lots of bang for the buck. Tour Edge continues that legacy with the release of the new Hot Launch E521 woods and irons.

The E stands for extreme spec, and the drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and ironwoods that comprise this family are designed to deliver lots of distance and forgiveness for golfers who struggle with a slice and want to hit higher, straighter shots. And the price points are lower than for the Exotics line.

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The 2021 Latin America Amateur Championship has been canceled, the USGA announced Tuesday.

The tournament was canceled due to “complications presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.” It was originally scheduled for play January 14-17 at Lima Golf Club in Lima, Peru. Future championship plans are to be announced at a later date, according to the release.

The tournament champion receives invitations to compete in the Masters Tournament, The Open Championship, The Amateur Championship and the U.S. Amateur Championship. The champion and runner(s)-up also receive an exemption into final qualifying for the U.S. Open.

2019 Latin America Amateur champion Alvaro Ortiz made the cut at Augusta, finishing tied for 36th at 2-under-par. Ortiz was one shot behind Viktor Hovland for low amateur.

Abel Gallegos of Argentina won 2020 Latin America Amateur champion to earn a spot in this year’s Masters, scheduled for November 9-15.

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