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TESTERS ANNOUNCED (Again....again): Tour Edge Exotics CBX Fairway Wood

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John Illinois

Adams Blue Fairway, graphite 3 wood left hand Senior shaft

Cobra Fly Z graphite, 5 wood left hand senior shaft.

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Cooper - Boston, Massachusetts

TEE EX9 Tour 3 Wood w/ 80X Diamana Whiteboard

15* turned down to 14*

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- Ryan/North Carolina

- Tour Exotic EX9 Tour Aldila Rogue Silver 70g X flex

- 15 degrees

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Tour Edge Exotics CBX Fairway Woods



Tour Edge Exotics certainly has a bit of a cult following among fairway wood aficionados, and Tour Edge is touring this year's model, the CBX, as a spin-killing distance machine. As always, we love - and I mean love - putting those types of claims to the test.


That's where you come in.





Remember the rioting in the streets when TaylorMade claimed 17 more yards with Rocketballz? Well, Tour Edge is taking a page from that playbook - claiming independent testing shows the CBX will give you 16 more yards over Callaway and TaylorMade, based on a 108 MPH swing speed.


Does Tour Edge have the right stuff? We need THREE of you to do the heavy lifting and find out.


We need THREE avid, motivated and, most importantly, honest golfers to test, review and keep a Tour Edge Exotics CBX fairway - your choice of loft and no-upcharge stock shaft option.


This review is open to any golfer plying his trade in the US and Canada, eh?





We take our testing pretty seriously here at MyGolfSpy, so read the instructions carefully and make sure you apply in the right place!!


In this thread, tell us the following:


- First name & home state/province

- Current fairway woods/shafts/flexes

- Current fairway wood lofts



Thanks for applying! We'll be announcing the testers in this thread next week, so make sure to check back to see if you've been selected.


Good luck!

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Craig - Arizona

Currently use a Tour Edge Lift-off 3 wood, with their basic graphite shaft, reg flex


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Mike - California

Cleveland Launcher with Aldila NV 65 gram stiff flex shafts

3 wood - 13*

5 wood - 20*

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Erik- Washington


Tour Edge Exotic- Original CB1 Model w/ Original Stiff Shaft from Fujikura




This has been the best FW I've ever owned and I've owned it since I purchased it brand new.

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