Tour Edge Exotics XCG-3 Driver
Released February, 2010
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.
- 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
User Reviews (1)
Good launch and spin rate for a steeper swinger
Outer edges of the clubface are thinner for a larger sweet spot
Sounds great on well hit shots
Keeps the conventional club head look
Some may find the club to be too long and light
May have trouble squaring the club face
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