Summary: My driver configuration is 9* loft with the Graphite Design Tour AD 40 in stiff flex shaft. I stumbled across this driver at the PGA store while looking for a driver to help add distance to my game (16 Handicap). I thought the adjustable head would help as well. I found the shaft to be the best shaft I have experienced to date. Distance has improved 20+ yards and accuracy, more fairway shots, has improved as well.
Summary: After hitting a Ping Rapture the past 4-5 years, I decided to try one of the new technology adjustable drivers. I chose the Exotics after seeing it in a golf magazine because the price was right and I wanted to see if it made a difference compared to my old driver. Finally able to escape our long, harsh Midwest winter, I tried out the new Exotics on a weeklong golf trip to Florida. I consistently hit the ball well, and am very pleased with the results.
Excerpt: I had used an Exotics XLD LS driver for many years and last year I replaced it with a Ping. I tried the Exotics XCG6 and wasn't impressed. The Ping provided less distance, but better accuracy. Last Saturday I attended a Tour Edge demo day and tried the new XCG7 and today I replaced my Ping with the XCG7. I have more distance than I did with the XLD, but it is as accurate as the Ping. In addition, even mishits sound great and travel a long ways.
Worth every dollar- Priceless when it comes to forgiving off center hits
8 March 2013
Summary: This driver is "smackalicious" I have matching fairway woods too. XCG-4 series to me, has the best technology TourEdge has to offer. These clubs are distance friendly, without coming out of my shoes. Of course, the shaft, the shaft, the shaft makes all the difference.