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Tour Edge Exotics XCG-3 Hybrid


$200.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 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.

Features

  • #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

Specifications

  • #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

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Pros
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    Reliable from fairway bunkers and thicker rough

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    Maximum distance- if you have a high swing speed no other hybrids will give you this kind of distance

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    Forgiving on off center hits

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    Very responsive- provides a desirable impact feel and sound

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    Great club for those tight par 4's where you don't need maximum distance

Cons
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    Kind of heavy- might be a problem for some golfers

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    You need to have a relatively fast swing speed

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