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Tour Edge Exotics XCG-3 Driver


$350.00 Released February, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Stable through swing. Good launch and spin rate for a steeper swinger. Outer edges of the clubface are thinner for a larger sweet spot.

The Cons:Some may find the club to be too long and light. May have trouble squaring the club face.

The Tour Edge Exotics XCG-3 Driver is a golf club driver featuring an aerospace titanium body, tungsten sole weights, and an amorphous carbon crown. Featured is a 460cc that utilizes Exotics variable face thickness with thinner outer edges for a larger sweet spot, resulting in greater ball speed and less variation between center and off-center hits.

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Plus Tour Edge’s X-contour face technology generates fast launch speed from all areas of the face. Testers at Golf.com say the XCG-3 delivers with a good launch and spin rate; a flex shaft that is stout and stands up to hard swings; and stability through the swing. Some people, however, find the unit to be too long and light.

Features

  • Golf Club Driver
  • Aerospace Titanium Body
  • 28g Tungsten Sole Weight
  • Light, Strong Carbon Crown
  • Thinner Outer Edges of Clubface (O-Ring)
  • Variable Face Thickness
  • Greater Ball Speed
  • Less Variation between Hits
  • X-Contour Face Technology
  • Fast Launch Speed from Everywhere
  • Stout, Yet Flexible Shaft
  • Swing Stability
  • Too Long/Light for Some
  • Potential for Weak Fades
  • Less Correction on Miss-Hits

Model Options (Loft | Lie, Face Angle, Length, Flex, Swing Weight)

  • 9.0 | 59 | 2 | 45 | R,S,X | D2
  • 10 | 59 | 2 | 45 | R,S,X | D2

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Pros
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    stable through swing

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    Good launch and spin rate for a steeper swinger

  • 1

    Outer edges of the clubface are thinner for a larger sweet spot

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    Sounds great on well hit shots

  • 1

    Keeps the conventional club head look

Cons
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    Some may find the club to be too long and light

  • 1

    May have trouble squaring the club face

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