Tour Edge Golf Equipment
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Re: Tour Edge Golf EquipmentI know there is a growing demand for it locally but the shops are scared of carrying much of an inventory. They
say the new TE sticks are priced way above other brands, but then are sold at cut rate prices online within 6 months.
I tried some of their fairways on the range early last year...very nice.
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Re: Tour Edge Golf EquipmentI used to play TourEdge Comp 950 irons a few years ago. They were the 2nd set of irons I ever had, my dad bought them for me. I LOVED those irons, got down to my lowest ever handicap (I was a 6) with them. Played with them for probably 6-7 years and wore them smooth, so I decided to get Callaway x18 and haven't been much lower than a 10 handicap since. I searched google for those irons, and it appears there are a few different Comp 950 out there, the ones I had were black on the other side of the club face ... I couldn't find any pictures of them. The other Comp 950 models that I saw pictures of looked pretty awful.
Re: Tour Edge Golf EquipmentI have owned a number of their products over the years, especially fairway woods and hybrids. The exotics line is aimed a high dollar group, other lines are solid game improvement clubs. The exotics have definitely found some price resistance, especially in the drivers. I think their fairway woods have been some of the best for a number of years.
Re: Tour Edge Golf EquipmentTour Edge is a "best kept secret" among the smaller club makers. A local golf shop has a knowledgeable, veteran club fitter who has followed TE since the 1980s. He said TE is privately owned, has limited production runs, and doesn't advertise like the big guys do. Lots of public-course golfers in the Midwest play Tour Edge clubs.
I played the Tour Edge Bazooka Tungsten Beta Ti fairway woods from 2003 to 2009. Had a 3W (14*) and a 5W (19*) with Grafalloy Ultralite stiff shafts. They had a low-profile head that launched one hot ball if you hit them with a slight draw.
Quit using them when I went back to regular shafts.
Last couple of years, the TE Exotics fairway woods have attracted a small cult following of fans.
I recently bought TourEdge: Hybrids JMax Gold Bazooka 5-P. Amazing price and probably best bang4buck with lifetime warranty. I'm a beginner. But my friend who's played for quite a while hit my clubs so well, that he also bought them over his Mizunos. At least check them out.
Edited by stjames - 3/23/11 at 7:26pm
been looking at the xcg-v hybrid but cant even find a review. hit it and loved it but stuck between the xcg-v and the trilogy (v-shape sole) hybrid. anybody hitting either one of these? own either one? any opinions?
i have a cb3 driver and cb2 15deg. clubs i have a taylormade raylor (19) and nike procombo (20). they hit completely different more like 5 wood out of the rough 3 iron for the fairway.
would rather have a combo type club hybrid to replace my 5 wood as well as my 3 wood.
I just bought one and have had it shipped to my florida house will be hitting feb. 10 when I get down there. Can't wait! It has the squre groove technology there was mention of what bounce it has so I assume it is made with a mid bounce. But not sure.