Reviews and Problems with Tour Edge Exotics XCG-3 Fairway Woods
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tour edge is cutting edge
5 April 2014
Summary: this club works for me. it suits my needs as to head size,head shape,appearance and most of all, ball flight.the only thing I had to do is cut the shaft down 3/4 inch.(the toe was sitting up too much for a good ball strike)club manufactures are making equipment too long,it's a distance thing that really is a gimmick.enough with my club specs,the ball flight is boring,not ballooning.the ball will run out some 20/30 yards once it lands.miss hits and solid hits go far and...
Summary: I would not recommend this to the top high school players in Tennessee. Not sure they are man enough yet...Make no mistake- this club (13 degrees with stiff flex) is a man's club (read; swing speed 110+) and it's HOT. Goes hard, and is quite maneuverable in terms of high fade/low draw playability. Also surprisingly playable from the rough. Love the Tour Edge line. Great stuff, but only if you can handle the shaft you get.
Summary: Club was listed as a 9 out of 10. Said shaft and grip lacking a bit but head was like new, no marks etc. Shaft and grip in reality are like new and head lokss like it was used in a sand trap ,on the sole. No big thing, can't beat the price any way, besides the point that Tour Edge makes great fairway clubs.
My son wanted this 3 wood,he is one of the top ten juni
28 October 2010
Summary: There was an auction and my son really wanted this 3 wood.He was apparently screwed because he got it for a great price.He is one of the top ten amamteurs in the state of TENNESSEE,SO I WOULD not bid on this persons auction ever again,nor would i
Summary: I like everything about this club, the shaft, the color and design. It's accurate and easy to get in the air. You can hit it high or low and its accurate. The tungsten weight really works well. It's the best 3 wood I've ever played...by far!