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Tim - Boston, MA 

TMag M1 2017 9.5* set to 8.75*, Project X Hzrdus Yellow 6.5, playing length: 45", two 11 gram weights on each side of the front track, 12 gram weight at the back of the front-to-back track so it plays about D4.5, Lamkin UTx Standard +2 wraps. 

Handicap: 3.8, Swing Speed: 111, I use the LM at the practice bays st PGATSS 

I've never had a Tour Edge driver but I did use a CB Pro Limited Edition 13.5* 3 wood for a couple years and loved it. I'm fascinated to try this new driver against some of the premium drivers b/c it'd be great to buck the trend of inflation that's gotten out of hand in the driver market!

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Paul, North Dakota

Ping/G30 LS/10.5/Aldila NV/Stiff

2.9/107/No

I’ve never played a Tour Edge driver before. 

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First Name/State of Residence Bob Kuralowicz New York

Current Drive specs  Model/loft/shaft/Flex 2017 M1 8.5 Kuro Kage TiNi 60 S

Your handicap and  driver swing speed, and do your regularly use any sort of LM for data collection Hdcp 15, 95, Garmin TruSwing

Have you played a Tour Edge driver before, and what was your experience. No

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Michael Florida/Michigan (after May)

Callaway Great Big Bertha 10.5* Aldila Synergy Blue 50 R w/ midsize grip

11.2 index 85 mph and don’t regularly use a launch monitor

Played a Tour Edge Exotics EX9 last summer. Was very pleased with the feel and balance. I did experince a slight loss of distance but was able to work on control which I achieved. I think some loss in distance was a shaft issue.  When I returned to Florida I switched back to my current driver (see above). 

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First Name/State of Residence- Alec/CT

Current Drive specs  Model/loft/shaft/Flex- Callaway Epic SZ/10/Aldile Rogue/Stiff

Your handicap and  driver swing speed, and do your regularly use any sort of LM for data collection- 9/98/yes

Have you played a Tour Edge driver before, and what was your experience. - yes...XCG3..XCG6..good...not great..still game their CB4 Fairway wood and love it...

 

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Bryan, Florida

Current Drive specs 

Model/loft/shaft/Flex: Taylormade M4 8.5 degree head, adapter set to 7.5 degree, Mitsubishi Tensei Orange CK Pro 70, X Flex, GolfPride MCC+4 grip  

Your handicap and driver swing speed, and do your regularly use any sort of LM for data collection:

6 handicap, yes I visit Golf Galaxy and use their launch monitor for swing tuning. From their LM 117.3 MPH club head, 170.1 MPH ball speed, 10.1 degree launch angle, 2765 rpm backspin,  285 carry 314 rollout.   

Have you played a Tour Edge driver before, and what was your experience. 

Never hit a TE club before

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Shannon from Minnesota

Ping G30 10.5 Degree TFC 149 Stiff

8 HCP 105 Swing Speed NO data collection, but I have access to a Practice Facility with LM

I have never gamed a Tour Edge, I would love to compare it to more expensive equipment. Minnesota golf season coming and I squeeze a year of Golf into 6 months:)

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Michael - Arizona

Titleist 915 D2, 10.5, Aldila Rogue Black 60, Regular

10.3 with a 89 swing speed

Do not have or ever played Tour Edge Driver, but have been playing Exotic Fairway Woods for a good many years.  Still have and play occasionally an Exotic XCG4, 15 degree 3 wood, Proforce V2 stiff shaft.  Presently play the Exotic CBX Fairway, 3 wood, Aldila Rogue M.AX stiff shaft and the CBX, 19 degree Hybrid, Recoil ES 780 regular shaft.

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Never played a tour edge club before,seems like they would be a nice set to have.I play cobra kingf7 irons regular shafts,with a cobra kingf7 driver stiff shafts.I am about a 12 handicap. I play twice a week when I  can.I would like to try a tour edge drive.good luck to whoever is picked .

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Mike / California

KZG / 9.5 / Novatech 8000 / Stiff

HDCP 9.5 / Swing speed 102 / portable Swing Caddie

I have not played a tour edge driver before 

Good luck to all...

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Ted - California

Cobra BioCell - Adjustable set to 10.5 - Matrix 5.5 - R

14 - 94 - Voice Caddy SC100

No

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Arthur, Florida

TM M2 Draw/12*/Fujikura Pro 56 XLR8/Senior Flex

Hdcp 19, Swing Speed avg 85 mph

I do not use LM for data collection

Have never played a Tour Edge Driver

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Jason Tanner / Michigan

Taylormade M1/9.5*/Aldila Rogue 110/ X flex

Handicap is 7, Swing speed is 115mph and I only use a launch monitor at golf stores.

I have not played a Tour Edge driver before.

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Scott/California

Just switched back to my Wilson Staff D200/10.5/UST Mamiya Elements Chrome shaft/R Flex

Hdcp: 11, Swing Speed: 105, Don't regularly use a LM

I have never used a Tour Edge driver before.

Thanks for the opportunity.

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Stephen, Perth, Western Australia

Callaway Big Bertha 10.5 deg Fubuki Regular Shaft

17/95 mph /No

I’ve never played a Tour Edge driver before. 

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First Name/State of Residence  -  Mike/Florida

Current Drive specs  Model/loft/shaft/Flex - Callaway Rogue - 9.5* Project X HZRDUS Yellow 75 Graphite stiff

Your handicap and  driver swing speed, and do your regularly use any sort of LM for data collection - 8.0/105 mph/no

Have you played a Tour Edge driver before, and what was your experience.  - Yes, it was just an average Driver, too much spin.
Love my Tour Edge 3 wood though!
 

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Best of luck to all applying. I've never hit a Tour Edge, but I know their fairway woods have a stellar reputation. This is a great looking driver and I can't wait to hear how it performs.

Sent from my SM-G955U using MyGolfSpy mobile app

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First Name/State of Residence

Tom / Connecticut 

Current Drive specs  Model/loft/shaft/Flex

Cobra King F7+ 8.5°, Project X 7.0

Your handicap and  driver swing speed, and do your regularly use any sort of LM for data collection

6 handicap, 115-118 as, have access to Trackman

Have you played a Tour Edge driver before, and what was your experience. 

No. I've played a couple TE 3 woods but not a driver. I'm excited for the chance to test one out though! I'm not brand biased with anything really, if it works, I'll play it.

 

Thanks guys for the opportunity!

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Brian/IL

Adams Blue/D 10.5* Aldila SlimTech S Flex

HDCP~15: SS 90s. Currently, have no LM data

Although I've never used a TE driver, I have bagged a TE 3 fairway, #3, #4, & #5 TE hybrids in the last year with great success. I'm sold on the TE product line.

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Rob/Pennsylvania 

Titleist 915 D3, 9.5 degree, Matrix Ozik HD 6, Stiff

 3 HCP/106 MPH SS/I do use trackman at a local course’s golf center

 I not played a Tour Edge driver before.

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