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February 04, 2013
THE COMPANY'S FIRST ADJUSTABLE DRIVER HIGHLIGHTS AN EXOTICS LINE THAT IS MOVING TO THE NEXT LEVEL
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February 04, 2013

Tour Edge

THE COMPANY'S FIRST ADJUSTABLE DRIVER HIGHLIGHTS AN EXOTICS LINE THAT IS MOVING TO THE NEXT LEVEL

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EXOTICS CB IRONS

Forged from 1025 carbon steel, these forgiving cavity-back irons feature weighted heel and toe areas, and with almost no offset, they should also appeal to low-handicappers.

EXOTICS CU IRONS

Designed for mid- to low-handicappers, these irons feature a thin top line and the classic look at address that better players like, while an undercut cavity increases the moment of inertia and forgiveness.

EXOTICS XCG6 IRONS

Four tungsten weights positioned along the sole help get the ball up easily and increase forgiveness. The face is thinner than last season's XCG5 irons, which should increase ball speed for added distance.

EXOTICS XCG6 DRIVER

The company's first adjustable driver allows the face angle (open 2°, neutral or closed 2°), loft and lie angle to be changed. Four weight pads, two in the heel area and two in the toe, help increase the moment of inertia and forgiveness. The company says the face is hotter and provides more ball speed across a larger area than previous Tour Edge drivers.

EXOTICS XCG6 HYBRIDS

This pear-shaped club has a thin, durable face made from especially strong steel. The company says the hybrid launches the ball higher and with less spin than its predecessors.

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