The “little company that could” is at it again, behind the design magical touch of president David Glod.
Tour Edge Exotics recently introduced the newest version of the XCG6 fairway woods, and they have already enjoyed a victory on the PGA Tour. The club is the current Featured Product of the non-profit, media-based networking organization, ING, which is based in Lake Mary, FL.
The XCG6 fairway woods feature a titanium cup face, which is combo-brazed to a heavier high-density steel sole for incredible power and feel, even on off-center hits. Brazing is a high-tech process that bonds the parts together inside a vacuum without welding and is superior to other combining methods. It is a staple of the Exotics brand.
Trackman robotic tests confirm the XCG6 is longer than other popular fairway woods. With a smaller head, the tour-inspired CB5 offers the workability and feel preferred by better players.
The club’s no-weld design combo-brazes a beta-titanium cupped face with a heavier hyper steel body. The result? Every single gram of excess weight is eliminated from the face and shifted to the rear skirt and sole for a deeper center of gravity. The deep, high center of gravity gives the CB5 an explosive, penetrating launch angle.
Tour Edge is also introducing their first adjust- able-hosel driver, allowing for four face angle and loft settings to optimize launch characteristics.
This new club features an advanced multi-level forged titanium face that maximizes feel and rebound. Included in the sole of the driver are four hexahedron weight pads that increase the head’s MOI for greater stability and longer distance on off-center hits.