Reviews and Problems with Tour Edge Exotics XLD Driver
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Best driver ever !
3 February 2014
Summary: After I read 'golf digest's' review, in which they tested all the brand name drivers with a 'iron Byron' There were three that stood out as the longest and tour edge was one of them, I am 65 and I wanted to try senior shaft. This club is also an inch longer, which worried me a little.
great driver! can work the ball and is very long. what more is there to say
23 May 2013
Summary: great driver! can work the ball and is very long. what more is there to say. for a club that debut in 2007 this stick is great. shaft is nice and stiff. I'm currently making the transition to putting all tour edge exotics in my bag. next is a 3 wood.
Summary: I heard a lot about this driver and wanted to try it out but not into a net. Bought one on ebay, used, and like it but I'm not sure yet if it is giving me more than the Ping G 10 that I have been swinging for the last three years. It looks good, feels good.
This CB4 3-Wood is hot off the face and long! A must addition to your bag!
2 January 2012
Summary: Actually, it was a CB4 3-wood 15 degree by Tour Edge Exotics. It took me a while to find this club but I am glad that I waited. I will say that I have three of my friends that went out and bought the same one.
Summary: This is my second Tour Edge Driver and I love it. The shaft and clubface have a great feel and the ball seems to come off the face hot and with a nice ping sound. This driver is workable and seems to fly straight or at least hold the fairway.
Summary: Great driver for someone that has been playing for a while. Not for your beginner.Took a while to get used to. Hits low and straight. The sound is incredible. Sounds like your smashing the ball into little pieces. Like I said its for players with some experience striking the ball off the tee.
Summary: I needed a new driver, so, for the price, the Exotics XLD truly filled the bill. I was not disappointed. Not having hit a large headed driver before, I was a little intimidated by the shaft length, and how to control it.