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. In fact, fairways are the company’s calling card. I figure if you can build a high-performance 3-metal, then it shouldn’t be too tough to craft a decent driver, right?
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. If you are looking for increased distance through a lighter weighted driver, you owe it to yourself to give the XCG-4 a try.
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.