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Tour Edge Exotics XCG Irons


$700.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Classic design that features a relatively thin top-line, minimal offset and a tour heel grind. A softer elastomer insert is used for the scoring irons (7-SW) to produce a smooth, buttery feel and greater spin. Lightweight- helps improve the club speed.

The Cons:Some may find the grip to be a little to rough.

The Tour Edge Exotics XCG Irons are low- to mid-handicap irons featuring a dual-density dampening system (3DS) that ensures both long & short irons deliver the responsiveness needed to flush every shot.

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The 7-iron to PW boast a softer insert for a more responsive feel and added spin, while the mid- and long irons sport a denser insert for a firmer feel and improved distance. Included also is a heavy sole that lowers the center-of-gravity (CG), resulting in greatly enhanced forgiveness, high-flying shots, and an extra club’s length of distance. Critics hail the XCG irons for appreciable distance control, good shock reduction, and a hint of feedback. On the other hand, they lament over the rough, cord-like grip and heavy weight.

Features

  • Low/Mid Handicap Irons
  • 3DS Dampening System
  • Responsive Feel
  • Added Spin
  • Firm Feel
  • Improved Distance
  • Lowered CG
  • Enhanced Forgiveness
  • High-Flying Shots
  • Extra Distance
  • Shock Reduction
  • Strong Feedback
  • Weighty
  • Rough Grip

Model Options (Model | Loft, Lie, Graphite Length, Steel Length)

  • #2 | 18, 60, 39.75, 39.25
  • #3 | 20, 60.5, 39.25, 38.75
  • #4 | 23, 61, 38.75, 38.25
  • #5 | 26, 61.5, 38.25, 37.25
  • #6 | 29, 62, 37.75, 37.25
  • #7 | 32, 6t2.5, 37.25, 36.75
  • #8 | 36, 63, 37.75, 36.25
  • #9 | 41, 63.5, 36.25, 35.75
  • PW | 46, 64, 35.75, 35.25
  • AW | 50, 64, 35.75, 35.25
  • SW | 56, 64, 35.75, 35.25

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    Classic design that features a relatively thin top-line, minimal offset and a tour heel grind

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    A softer elastomer insert is used for the scoring irons (7-SW) to produce a smooth, buttery feel and greater spin

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    Lightweight- helps improve the club speed

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    Some may find the grip to be a little to rough

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