Golf Etc. Hilton Head is the exclusive source for Edel putters, Edel wedges and Edel irons in Hilton Head Island, SC! If you’re not familiar with Edel, it’s a small company based outside of Austin, TX focused on hand crafted performance.  Every putter is a custom putter milled precisely to your exact specifications. Emphasizing the importance of Aim and Distance Control, the fitting process is a eye opening experience. The wedges emphasize finding the ideal bounce and grind to allow you to get down to the ball in any lie, but protect you from digging and the resulting distance control issues.


Check out our gallery of pictures and videos below from our visit to the Austin factory during our fitting certification visit.

Edel Torque Balanced Putters

Traditional putter design theory views face balanced putters as the optimal way to create stability in the putting stroke. When balanced in your hand, a face balanced putter will sit perfectly parallel to the ground. Useful? Only if you plan to putt toward the sky. When tilted downward to hit a putt, the previously balanced face will now tilt to the side. Coupled with the motion of a putting stroke, a face balanced putter will behave like any other putter and create the greatest enemy to consistent putting, torque.

Torque in the putting stroke is defined as forced rotation of the putter face resulting from misallocated head weight. The presence of torque makes it difficult to effectively transition from the back stroke to the forward stroke and causes the putter face to rotate open. This forces the player to compensate for the effects of torque, which creates inconsistency and increased dispersion of putts. Greater levels of torque will be created based on the length of the putting stroke, making longer putts even more susceptible to its negative effects.

The revolutionary Torque Balanced technology from Edel Golf significantly reduces the negative effects of torque, promoting a smoother and more consistent motion and allowing the putter head a greater opportunity to return to square at impact. Torque Balanced technology strategically removes weight from the toe of the putter, creating a “toe-up” balance point versus traditional toe-down or face balanced putters. With an optimally weighted design, the Torque Balanced putter is less susceptible to the forces of torque during the putting stroke. The Torque Balanced technology is contained completely within the sole of the club, allowing the putter to maintain a sleek and traditional look at address.

Putter Shapes

Shaft Offset

  • Forward offset, square, and backset

Head Weights One Variable Weight Port

  • 339 Grams with 6 gram weight
  • 345 Grams with 12 gram weight
  • 354 Grams with 21 gram weight
    extra weights and wrench sold separately

Pixl Insert

Comprised of 93 individual Pixls, or independent circular components, the PIXL insert turns mis-hits into gimmes by dramatically enhancing putter roll and performance when the golf ball is struck off center.

  • Lie : 70° +/- 2°
  • Length : 34″ +/- 2″
  • Loft : 2°


Torque Balanced putters can be purchased directly through Edel Golf, or through select golf shops and PGA Tour Superstore locations.

Torque Balanced Fitting System

Retailers may also choose to optimize the performance of Torque Balanced putters by leasing or purchasing a Torque Balanced Fitting System. This allows fitting for head weight, alignment lines, loft, lie, shaft length, and grip.



Edel Custom Wedges

Your short game just got a lot better.

Proprietary Face Technology

Edel wedges are designed to create more consistent shot making by incorporating industry first enhancements to the club face. We have moved and expanded the center of percussion (sweet spot) of our wedges toward the toe in comparison to most traditional clubs, and away from the hosel. Additionally, we have extended the groove pattern on the face of the club to better frame the golf ball.

Shorter Hosel

Our wedges have a shorter hosel to remove unwanted weight from the heel, allowing the center of gravity to move closer to the true center of the clubface.

Rounded Leading Edge

A slightly rounded leading edge allows for the club to sit close to the ground while maintaining the proper bounce. This feature also allows the golfer to play a variety of shots (open, closed, toe down, toe up) from different lies while maintaining a leading edge that is square to the target.

Aggressive Heel Relief

Narrower hosel and heel relief allows the club to cut through long grass and all types of sand without twisting.


We offer 18 different wedge shafts to match your swing speed, desired trajectory, and spin rates.

Edel Wedges Conform to the Rules of Golf and can be used in events that adopt the new groove Condition of Competition.