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post #19 of 52

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I recently bought the Exotics XCG irons. I will tel you how I like them once I get them
post #20 of 52

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I rember trying these clubs not that long ago, my mate brought some of there gear. Driver, Hybird and Irons.

I honestly can;t remember if it was there high end equipment, but im sure it was considering my mate only buys the best. It's really nice gear!

Driver was very very nice, he had a 7.5 if I remember right, was giving me a good ball flight, it had a low kick shaft on it, so it was kind of playing like a 8.5. The hybrid was really nice, a little high for me, but really really good feel.
The Irons were not the best ive hit, but still ok.
post #21 of 52

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IMO, Exotics are Top Quality (with price tag to match). I own older CB2 3 wood and it is hot. I keep Exotics on my watch list and will definitely look at their drivers next time I am in the market. No experience with Exotics irons, but I would expect them to be high quality also.
post #22 of 52

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i had a set of the cnc forged exotic cavity backs with KBS shafts... wasnt a big fan of the KBS at all, and the heads just had an odd feel to them at impact. They wanted to be soft, but they just couldnt quite be. Thats about the best way i could describe them, plus i hated to soles on them.

As for their CB2 3 woods, i havent hit a 3 wood that is as long as those suckers are. They cost as much as a driver because they go just about as far!
post #23 of 52

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I have a XCG Driver and it is by far one of the longest, best feeling drivers i've ever hit. I have hit the xcg fairway too, fantastic, nice launch. I was going to buy but, resisted due to the cost. I recently demo'ed their Spin wedges and they seemed great (even off the mats at my local range).

Havent yet hit their irons though. But their woods are amazing.
post #24 of 52

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I have CB1 and CB2 three woods. As others have said, they're extremely long and have a very nice feel, definitely nice equipment.
post #25 of 52

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I liked their fairway woods when I tried them. I think that Tour Edge Exotics clubs are expensive mostly because they are one of the few mfrs that still make their clubs in the USA. In addition, they use very high end materials and components.
post #26 of 52

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Originally Posted by wolverine_man View Post
I liked their fairway woods when I tried them. I think that Tour Edge Exotics clubs are expensive mostly because they are one of the few mfrs that still make their clubs in the USA. In addition, they use very high end materials and components.
They also have a lifetime warranty.
post #27 of 52

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Most of my bag is filled with Tour Edge clubs - I have the Exotics XLD driver and 5 wood, and the irons are all bazookas. I am upgrading my irons to Callaway X-20 tours (found a great set used, & the price was right), but I can say I haven't had any complaints. I did demo the exotics irons, and it was a bit of a toss-up at the end of the day for me, but I've leaned toward the Callaways for now. Their factory is not far from me (I've been thru it), and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend their stuff to anyone. They are a lesser known name because they choose not to sponsor PGA pros, but it's not uncommon to see their fairway woods popping up in pro bags.
post #28 of 52

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I have three Exotics drivers and a CB1 4 wood.

The 4 wood is the best fairway wood I've ever hit, long and has that sweet titanium face "ting" when you sweet spot it.

The Exotics drivers are excellent as well. 450cc, more of a classic pear shaped head and the crown is the most beautiful pure black with no marks whatsoever. They have classic understated looks at address and I like that. I hit mine straight, which is why they're in the bag.
post #29 of 52

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Originally Posted by JML22 View Post
shrug
i'd rather buy clones
Really? Obviously you haven't hit their clubs.

Originally Posted by hkphooey00 View Post
They also have a lifetime warranty.
What's the estimated lifetime of a golf club?
post #30 of 52

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I really like my TE Geomax hybrids. Great quality sticks that have a nice feel to them.
post #31 of 52

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Originally Posted by Cussin hacker View Post
I really like my TE Geomax hybrids. Great quality sticks that have a nice feel to them.
Me too. I got the Geomax hybrid iron set a couple of years ago and I've never been happier.
post #32 of 52

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My brother in law works for a golf association and gets a significant amount of gear from manufacturers. When I got back into golf earlier this year, he told me not to buy a driver, as he would send me one he had 'laying around'. In the mail came the CB3 Tour driver. To be honest, I had never heard of Tour Edge before it showed up at my doorstep. I absolutely love it. Decent distance, pretty straight (although I've never really had a hard time keeping my drives close to the fairway). The price didn't hurt either
post #33 of 52

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I own a set of exotics irons and they are long and for the price not that much. mine were custom fitted and only costs 525

their +1.5 long stanard lie +1/8 on the gripe PX 5.5 shafts
post #34 of 52

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I always thought the Exotics, because of the prominent X on the heads, were Callaway Hyper X, X series knockoffs
post #35 of 52

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Tour edge has great clubs - I game a 7w GeoMax and a 9w Jr max they are my go to clubs they allways seem to work great for me. I just picked up a T.E. West Chicago Putter and its great has a crisp tink to it when putting.

You should go try some Tour Edge stuff I bet you will like them.
post #36 of 52

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Originally Posted by hkphooey00 View Post
They also have a lifetime warranty.
Tell that to my XCG driver that they refused to replace for denting it while hitting off the deck.
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