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post #37 of 52

Re: Opinions on Tour Edge equipment

I still have a Tour Edge Bazooka 3 wood in my bag that I have played for years. Recently, my wife hit it at the driving range and cracked the shaft after digging it into the tee box behind the ball. Not a problem - shafts are guaranteed for life. Sent it in and got a brand new shaft in it for free.

They have earned their place in golf equipment (see article on Golf.com). The reason you don't see their equipment frequently is because they do not pay anyone to play their equipment. The whole commercial thing...sigh.
post #38 of 52

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
post #39 of 52

Tour Edge also has a lifetime warranty on their products.  I think they are the only company that has that.

post #40 of 52

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.

post #41 of 52

anybody know anything about the Tour Edge Exotics Xtreme Spin tour black wedge?

post #42 of 52

The Tour Edge XCG Exotics 3 wood is amazingly nice to hit.  Just feels like it hits itself.  It could use an upgrade on the shaft but some reason swings so smoothly from the factory.

post #43 of 52
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Originally Posted by handlez42 View Post

anybody know anything about the Tour Edge Exotics Xtreme Spin tour black wedge?


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.

 

post #44 of 52
I just purchased the HP 11 senior package last week. They are very good looking irons with graf. Shafts in the senior A flex. The driver woods and 4 hybrid are sharp. Only had a chance to play with them for an hour at the range and practice green, but can not wait to play a round. All of the irons and woods and driver are top quality with great feel and accuracy. After the short time i had in practice, i would have to say this set is top of the line and come with a life time warrant. I will let you know how they work on the course when i get a chance to get out there.
post #45 of 52

I currently have 3 Tour Edge clubs in my bag, and I love all of them. As many have said, the quality is excellent and the lifetime warranty is a definite bonus.

post #46 of 52

I own the Tour Edge Bazooka JMAX QL Irons 5-P, Tour Edge JMAX QL Iron/Wood Hybrids 4 and 5 and the Tour Edge Bazooka JMAX Driver.  These are my favorite clubs that I ever played by far.

 

All irons are steel shafts 0.5 inches longer, the driver is stiff graphite.  I didn't know they came with a lifetime warranty until I read these posts.

 

I am pleased with the grips and how the ball gets up in the air better then other irons I have hit.  This is because these are QL (Quick Launch).  I guess the club face is a rougher surface.  It sure can tear up cheap golf balls.

post #47 of 52
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Originally Posted by SpiderWebbs View Post

I own the Tour Edge Bazooka JMAX QL Irons 5-P, Tour Edge JMAX QL Iron/Wood Hybrids 4 and 5 and the Tour Edge Bazooka JMAX Driver.  These are my favorite clubs that I ever played by far.

 

All irons are steel shafts 0.5 inches longer, the driver is stiff graphite.  I didn't know they came with a lifetime warranty until I read these posts.

 

I am pleased with the grips and how the ball gets up in the air better then other irons I have hit.  This is because these are QL (Quick Launch).  I guess the club face is a rougher surface.  It sure can tear up cheap golf balls.

 

I read that, although Tour Edge does not pay players to use their equipment, there are many pro players on tour that have specific Tour Edge clubs in their bad.

post #48 of 52

I still need to buy a Tour Edge putter though.  I am lefty but I putt righty.  Usually it takes about 9 holes for new players to notice that something looks different when I putt.  Its kind of funny.

post #49 of 52

Tour Exotics Irons

Does anyone own a set of tour exotics irons and how do they perform? I noticed some good deals on sets on ebay and rock bottom. Any info would be appreciated....thanks and happy Thanksgiving to all.

Purple Drank
post #50 of 52
Actually all but 2 clubs in my bag are Tour Edge... I have Exotics XCG-3 Driver and 4-wood... Forged V-Blade irons And DG4 rusty wedges... They are the best damn clubs I have ever played... My one gripe with them is what they charge for repairs... Dick's Sporting Goods is cheaper on that but other than that... They are great
post #51 of 52
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Originally Posted by WUTiger View Post

From 2002 to 2009, I played Pro Tour Bazooka Beta-Ti fairway woods. Had 14* 3W and 19* 5W. Low-profile heads which got the ball up well. Mine came with Ultralight Stiff shafts made by Grafalloy. ...
 

Above was a post I made when this thread got started.

 

Well, Tour Edge is back in my bag. For two years now, I have had the TE Exotics XRail 4W and 7W. The little extra loft makes all the difference in the world. XRails are not as long as some FWs, but are reliable and easy to hit.

post #52 of 52
I still have my TE 7 wood in my bag, I use it as a 4 iron, wedge, driver. It plays great from long rough, water, sand, fairways.
got my first eagle with it, almost had a hole in one with it, ( ball rolled up out of the hole), got my 2nd eagle with it. this little 7 has put me close to the pin many times.

I believe when Tour Edge designed this club they where thinking utility.
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