Tour Edge Exotics XCG-4 Irons
Released January, 2011
The Pros:Maximum distance- ball really jumps off the face. Perfect irons for golfers that are struggling with a slice. Provides adequate forgiveness.
The Cons:Pretty bulky looking head- might be distracting to some. Does not come with the best grip. Advanced golfers will find it challenging to work the ball.
The Tour Edge Exotics XCG-4 Irons are golf irons geared for players who come over the top and struggle with a slice swing, in that they provide optimal forgiveness across the face with minimal sidespin.
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Featured is a new dual density dampening system (3DS), in which dual density elastomer has been positioned in the rear sole of the cavity to offer a much more responsive feel. Note that in scoring irons (e.g., the 7-SW), the 3DS system is a bit softer for a greater spin, while in the mid and long irons, it’s firmer for a better rebound and greater distance. Also included are tungsten back weights that have twice the steel of density. These reposition the CG for boosted forgiveness. And the face has been thinned out to produce longer shots.
- Golf Irons
- 3DS System
- Greater Forgiveness
- More Responsive Feel
- Greater Spin
- Repositioned CG
- Longer Shots
- Better Distance
- Enhanced Control
- Heavy Sole
- Thin Face
- High Flying Shots
User Reviews (1)
Maximum distance- ball really jumps off the face
Perfect irons for golfers that are struggling with a slice
Provides adequate forgiveness
The clubhead is bottom heavy and it helps get the ball in the air
Pretty bulky looking head- might be distracting to some
Does not come with the best grip
Advanced golfers will find it challenging to work the ball
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