Tour Edge Exotics XCG-3 Hybrid
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Reliable from fairway bunkers and thicker rough. Maximum distance- if you have a high swing speed no other hybrids will give you this kind of distance. Forgiving on off center hits.
The Cons:Kind of heavy- might be a problem for some golfers. You need to have a relatively fast swing speed.
The Tour Edge Exotics XCG-3 Hybrid golf club are designed for high performance. The sole plate is made of tungsten, which is twice as heavy as steel. This, along with a very thin face, helps to move the weight deeper into the head.
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Two internal weight pads work to improve sound, feel, and the location of the center of gravity to move more energy into the ball. The shaft is made of graphite.
- #2-#5 available
- Tungsten sole plate
- Maraging-steel cup face
- Most weight in heel and toe of sole
- Thin face
- Two internal weight pads
- Extremely low, deep center of gravity
- Graphite shaft
- #2 Hybrid - 16° loft, 58° lie
- #3 Hybrid - 18° loft, 58.5° lie
- #4 Hybrid - 21° loft, 59° lie
- #5 Hybrid - 24° loft, 59.5° lie
User Reviews (1)
Reliable from fairway bunkers and thicker rough
Maximum distance- if you have a high swing speed no other hybrids will give you this kind of distance
Forgiving on off center hits
Very responsive- provides a desirable impact feel and sound
Great club for those tight par 4's where you don't need maximum distance
Kind of heavy- might be a problem for some golfers
You need to have a relatively fast swing speed
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