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

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Alvie, Indiana


Cobra BioCell 3/4 wood (14)


Adams Hybrid 3 iron (19) and 4 iron (21)


Reg Flex on all

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Dan from Marana Az

 

Ping G 20 4 wood 16.5 DG

 

Ping G 20 7 wood 21 DG

 

both reg flex

 

 

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Nick from Warwick, RI

 

Taylor made M2 tour 15 degree 3 wood with project x hzrdus black x flex

 

Taylor made m1 5 wood 19 degree with project x hzrdus black x flex

 

I hit my fairway woods often, play 2-3 times per week and would love to be a tester.

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Tony, North Carolina (age 67)

 Driver:  TaylorMade M-2  9.5*  w/Fujikura XLR8 Pro 56 gm S

 3 Wood/Metal:  Tour Edge Exotics  E8 Beta 15* w/ Aldila Rogue 95 MSI 60 gm 3.6 S

 5 Wood/Metal: Titleist Pro Trac 975 F 18.5* w/ True Temper EI-70  S

 Hybrid:  Cobra Bio Cell 16.5* (adj) w/ stock 63 gm mid -kick/torque S

 Irons:  Cleveland CG7 tour blk  4i-PW  std lofts - 2* flat w/ TT DG SL S 300

 Sand Wedges:  Cleveland CG-15 w/ stock wedge shafts - 50* w 10* b + 56* w 14* b

 

 Considering replacing ALL equipment w reg shafts since swing speed has decreased in past several years - - - not checked but probably in 92-97 range.  Anyone still make a set of shafts in mid-stiff?  Went from 6.5 Precision Rifle to these irons/shafts 7 years ago and would like to go back to Rifles - maybe in a 5.7?

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- First name & home state/province  Jeff from California


- Current fairway woods/shafts/flexes  Cobra BioCell 3/4 and 5/7 stiff matrix shafts


- Current fairway wood lofts 3 is 13.5* and 5 is 17.5* 


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John In Pennsylvania

 

Callaway X hot 3 wood 15*

 

Fujikurab Banzaii S flex

 

I play 2-3 times a week. Currently about a 16 HCP.

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Rod, a southpaw from west-central Indiana

Adams Titanium Tight Lies stiff PF V2

Stiff

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Gene/Tennessee--Taylormade RBZ--TM graphite shaft-R flex---15 and 18 degree.    After reading your commenta about the RBZ clubs I would definately like to give the CBX Fairwood a try.  Thanks for the opportunity.

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Dan From Virginia

 

Titleist 917 F2   Diamana L.T.D. Blue 71 grams mid kick Stiff

 

16.5

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Brennan, Virginia

Taylormade RBZ Stage 2 TP, Matrix Rocketfuel 70 Shaft (stiff)

 

16.5*

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Skip Minnesota

Golfsmith XPC3 Roughrider Low CG profile fairway woods

Graphite, Regular Flex

13 degree & 19 degree 

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Brian, PA

Ping G30 3 and 5 Woods, tfc shaft stiff

14.5 and 18

 

 

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