Reviews and Problems with Tour Edge Exotics XCG Driver
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Tour Edge Exotics XCG5 Driver Review
12 March 2012
Summary: Unlike most name-brand equipment makers, Tour Edge doesn’t pay pros to play its clubs. Yet the company maintains a decent-sized presence on the PGA Tour – and pros don’t play junk, especially not for free. Matt Kuchar is one of the stars with a Tour Edge fairway metal in his bag.
Conclusion: The new turbo-charged Tour Edge Exotics XCG-4 Driver provides everything you need to increase club head speed. All in all, the driver made good marks coming in the Silver List for Golf Digest for 2011.
Pros: The XCG-4 is all about performance by eliminating and repositioning weight in critical areas.
Cons: What is good for the goose, may not be good for the gander; some may in fact find the XCG-4 too light, especially if you are a stronger swinger. In addition, the feel of impact may be too extreme for some.