Vessel 14-Way Player Stand Bag (Matte Black)
F9 Speedback 9º (+1º, 45") | MCA Kuro Kage XD 60 S (65g, tipped 3/4")
F9 Speedback 3/4 FW 14.5º (+1º, 42.75") | MCA Tensei CK Pro Blue 70 S (73g, tipped 1 3/4")
G400 3H 19º (40.25") | MCA OT Hybrid 90 S (95g, tipped 1/2")
Epon AF-505 4-PW | Nippon Pro Modus3 Tour130 S (hard stepped, 124g)
RTX 4 50M, 54M, 58M | Nippon Pro Modus3 Wedge125 (133g)
PXG Bat Attack (34") | KBS CT Tour Putter Shaft | Grips TOUR React
Accessories: Bushnell Pro XE, Golf Pride Tour Velvet Plus4 grips (standard, +3), Tour and Sport Gloves, Robert Mark and Dormie Workshop headcovers/putter cover, Club Glove pocket towel, Cayce Golf caddy towel and Epoch S3 tees.
Follow our three testers of the Tour Edge EXS Driver as they bring you all the details and performance of this under the radar driver. Will it perform for them, does it sound like a driver that would fit your game? They will leave no stone un-turned or ball un-hit in the effort to bring you a in depth and fully unbiased review of the driver.
They will start with their Stage Ones which give you a good look at the brand new driver and tell you about their games. While they are putting the driver in play over the next month to six weeks, they will update this thread with their thoughts and be available to answer any questions the community may have. So fire away with anything you want to know about the Tour Edge EXS!
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Last August I picked up a new PXG Brandon putter in a black finish and overall I have felt just so-so when putting with it. I am a 1.8 handicap and came from a very old Scotty Cameron Newport 2 that I had liked and been happy with it for many years. I went to PXG for a softer feel off the putter face as well as just a change when I am looking over the putter. After doing some tests with both the PXG and the Scotty Cameron here were my results...
In terms of looks both look relatively the same with the PXG have a slightly shorter hosel than that of the Scotty Cameron. I have enjoyed the PXG's screw design and it adds a nice touch as well as seems to be an interesting weight design that PXG is known for. However, the screws on the top could be a distraction if you are used to a normal style blade putter. However, PXG has removed the screws from the top in their new Brandon Gen 2.
Performance from the fringe:
After testing both putters from 30 feet off the green I felt like the PXG performed better from the fringe and was much softer at impact whereas the Scotty felt a little bit firmer from this length. Overall both were not uncomfortable to put with.
Performance from 5 feet:
This is where I started to have an interesting time with the PXG. While putting off the green and not feeling as much of an impact was nice inside 5 feet I had a hard time judging how much speed to give it as the PXG was very soft and almost felt like air when putting at these distances. Downhill puts were very hard as it felt like I wasn't even putting the ball and would blow it by the hole.
Price and Value
In terms of price I would say $499 for the PXG seems a bit excessive. While I fully understand they are luxury golf company, spending $499 just seems to be a bit much for one club in the bag. However, if you like a softer feel I would completely recommend the PXG.
Scotty Cameron= 8.5
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