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

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Gabe - Michigan

I currently don't carry any fairway woods.

I have a 19* hybrid (Wilson D300)

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Lance - Arizona

 

Titleist 917 F2 Stiff 15*

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In the market for a new 3-wood, would be great to give these is a try! 

 

- Djordje, Alberta

- 3W: Taylormade Aeroburner Matrix Speed RUL-Z 60 Regular, 5W: Taylormade M1 2017 MITSUBISHI KURO KAGE SILVER TINI 70FW Stiff

- 3W: 15*, 5W: 19*

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Keith - Florida

TaylorMade M2 (2016) 15* w/ Graphite Design Tour AD-MJ7 Stiff

Callaway Razr Fit 18* w/ Mitsubishi Diamana Blueboard 83 Stiff

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Matthew, Michigan

 

Callaway XR pro 3 wood / Speeder 569 stiff

Callaway XR pro 5 wood /. Speeder 569 stiff

 

Lofts... 15*. And 18*.

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Josh G / Ohio

3 wood, TM RBZ 12* stock stiff

5 wood, WS FG Tour F5 17* Mits Fubuki Z65 stiff

Hybrid, WS FG Tour F5 23* Mits Fubuki Z80 stiff

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- Peter, Illinois


- TEE CB5 3 wood, Fubuki 73 Stiff and a Callaway Apex hybrid with Kage stiff


- 3 wood is 15 degrees, hybrid is 18


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Howdy!


 


- My name is Max and I am from Ontario.


- I play one 3 wood:


 


Club: Tour Edge CB3 Black Limited.


Shaft: Project X HZRDUS handcrafted black in a 63g 6.5 flex.


Loft: Its marked a 15 degree but the actual loft is 17 degrees.


 


Love this bruiser.


 


Cheers!


 


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Phil, Florida

Titleist 917 F 21*

Diamana White Board 80 grams

Stiff Flex 

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My name is Patrick, I'm from Minneapolis, MN.  My current fairway woods are as follows:

 

- Ping G400 Stretch, 13.5 degrees loft, ALTA CB75 stiff flex shaft

- Nike VR Pro, 15 degrees loft, Aldilla VooDoo stiff flex shaft

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Really want to be chosen here. My CB4 Tour might need upgrading.

 

- First name & home state/province: Eric in Georgia
 
- Current fairway woods/shafts/flexes: Exotics CB4 Tour 13* Matrix Ozik F7M2 Strong, Callaway XHot 2 3 Deep 14.5* Diamana White LE 70 Stiff
 
- Current fairway wood lofts:13* and 14.5* 

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Larry - Charlottesville, VA

 

Exotics XCG7 beta 3 wood, 15* Red Tie stiff

Exotics XCG7 beta 3 hybrid, 19* Red Tie stiff

 

 

Hooray for Tour Edge Exotics.  I've been gaming mine for years because I haven't come across anything with better performance at a justifiable price point.  Perhaps this disqualifies me as a biased reviewer, but I believe everyone should give em 10 minutes at a hitting bay.  It is unfortunate that many local fitters don't carry them because they don't have much brand cache.  Buck that.

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First name & home state/province:  Scott / GA


Current fairway woods/shafts/flexes:  Callaway XHot Pro with stiff flex Fujikura Speeder 665 


Current fairway wood lofts:  15 degrees and 19 degrees


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Ed - Amelia Island, FL

 

Exotics ex9 Tour 15 degree 3 wood Redboard R flex set to neutral

 

Exotics ex9 Tour hybrids 18 and 20

 

Low single handicap

 

Believe I would be a great candidate for this test.  I go back to using the cb1 3 wood.  In between there was a Titleist 913f and a Srixon.  I  like to test on course playing multiple balls in a variety of conditions.  Could test the test club right along side the ex9 tour to see how they match up.

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Michael from Orlando, FL

Tour Edge Exotics E8 w/ Fujikura Pro stiff

15 degrees

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