Reviews and Problems with Tour Edge Exotics XCG-3 Driver
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As long as any driver out there.
4 July 2013
Summary: I have played Tour Edge clubs periodically for 20 years. While the price has come up from the company's early stages, so has the quality of top end line of clubs. This driver is one of the longest that I have hit. One thing overlooked is the accuracy that it produces. It is about 10 yard longer than my Cobra S-3 and Nike Mach. I will be playing this driver for awhile.
Summary: This three wood makes a great sound when you hit the golf ball. My friend has one and that was the first I noticed about it. And for some reason it is very easy to hit a draw with this club and thus adding 10 to 20 yards to your drive.
Summary: As a senior I find playing a 12 degree driver the answer as we grow old. More carry and MUCH easier to make good consistent contact. Got a few extra yards as well due to more carry. I never think about getting the ball airborne with this driver. It just performs by design. As a 16 handicap and a senior trying to maintain my current level of play is the objective. This club, as well as the Trilogy Hybrids really help.
Summary: The XCG-3 driver is a very long forgiving driver I have used all brands of drivers and have found that I can drive the ball farther with the Tour Edge Exotics line of drivers. I am 70 years old and my drives average 230-240 yards.
Summary: Good looking diver and I was hitting it just fine in the drive range, but every thing changed while on the tee box and I did not see any significant increase in distance throughout the game that day. This is my 3rd or 4th driver so far, including titliest 909D3 and cobra S9-1. So, bottom line ? the problem might just be me not the drivers and unless i change my swings pattern, stands, tempo grip e.t.c., I dont think any driver would make any difference.