Reviews and Problems with Tour Edge Exotics XCG-V Fairway Woods
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If you see one, buy it!!! Make sure the shaft matches your swing speed.
22 September 2014
Summary: An absolutely awesome fairway wood. This club was on the 2012 Golf Digest Hot List and I am just now getting one. Wish I had bought one earlier. Easy to hit and gets the ball in the air in a hurry. A dream off the tee also.
Summary: I have been searching for a titanium fairway wood for some time. The search is over. I have never owned an Exotics club before and now I'm sorry to have waited so long. The club sets up great, the ball flies off the club head, the accuracy is fantastic, and the profile oozes confidence.
Tour Edge XCG-5 a great golf club for the avid Golfer!
11 April 2013
Summary: OGreat club! The ball jumps off of the face! The club comes with a great sight line on the crown that enables you to be confident in the direction you want to hit your ball. The neutral position of the club head allows you the work the ball; fade, draws or straight!
Summary: I've had several other fairway woods for these 2-3 years. TaylorMade Burner TP, Callaway RAZR X, Cobra AMP, and Ping G20. Most of them were easy to hit balls but distance was not always great, or some were not very flexible between fairway & rough.
Summary: Bought the XCG-V strong 3 wood because I already had an XCG-V 4 wood and liked it a lot more than the XCG-3 3 wood I had. Yep, that's right, I went back to a previous / older design Exotics, because after hitting them, a lot, I feel the XCG-V is a much better club.
Summary: The shaft on my old Taylor Made rescue club was a stiff flex and I wanted to drop to a regular flex because at 68 yrs. old I just can't seem to generate the same swing speed that I used to(LOL). The Tour Edge XCG-V exceeded my expectations! It really is a great golf club.