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John-James WA

Mizuno St 190 9.5* Fujikura Atmos Black TS 6X

+1.7, 112 mph, and yes I do have regular access to both indoor and outdoor launch monitors

Yes I played the E8 Beta. Was a long driver and fairly straight, sound was slightly high pitched for my liking.

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Open to all US Residents who play Right-handed

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Armando/FL/Regularly active on social media (IG: Livenearpar_golf)

Current Drive specs  TM M1/8.5/fujikura Pro 60/XS

Hcp 5 and  114 , and do your regularly use any sort of LM for data collection? YES! Although I'm old school and want to hit more fairways than distance.

Have you played a Tour Edge driver before, and what was your experience. No but I have tested it....and it outperformed my current set up there just wasnt a used one in the bargain bin! 

 

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Tom Burns. Massachusetts 

Playing a Titleist 915 D2  10.5* loft  stock shaft with regular flex

 

Handicap is 16-18. Season just getting underway. Swing speed is 87. 

I have not played a Tour Edge driver but I recently hit a Tour Edge 3-hybrid and was very impressed.

I do not use a LM but did just buy a Shot Scope V2 and will be using it for the first time this Sunday  

 

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Tom/ NY

Callaway Epic/10.5/Stiff flex

22 hdcp/95 ss

Have not played Tour Edge before

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Greg in Barrie Ontario Canada

Cobra F9 9.5 degree with a TPT 17 LKP shaft

HDCP- +0.3

Swing Speed- 106mph

 

I haven't used the Tour Edge driver before however I have their CBX 22 hybrid in the bag and love it  

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First Name/State of Residence : Jason / North Carolina 

Current Drive specs  Model/loft/shaft/Flex : 2017 M1 / 9 degree / adilia orange / stiff 

Your handicap and  driver swing speed, and do your regularly use any sort of LM for data collection: 9 handicap / 107 SS/ No

 Have you played a Tour Edge driver before, and what was your experience. : I have not yet

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Brian, California

Cobra F6 12*  Matrix Red Tie 60Q4X 65g Stiff

Handicap the 6 inches between my ears, 12.2

I have never tried a Tour Edge

I have only used a LM when getting new clubs.

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Tim Fleming/FL

Taylormade RBZ, stiff,10.5

hdcp 4.0, swing spd 110-115, no access to LM 

Never owned a tour exotics product before but have been very interested in this driver for a while now. Thanks for your consideration. 

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Charles   Massachusetts

Callaway X2Hot 10.5 degrees, Aldila Tour Blue 55 Regular Flex

12  SS 85-90

Do not use Launch Monitor

Have never played Tour Edge

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Daemon - Nebraska

Ping G30 / 9.5 / Aldila NV Regular flex

19 hdc 94 mph No real LM, but I do have SwingSpeed Radar to give me a good idea og my swing speed.

No

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First Name/State of Residence

  • Brian/California

Current Drive specs  Model/loft/shaft/Flex

  • 2019 TaylorMade M6/9.5/Aldila Rogue 110/Regular

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

  • 13, 92mph, not regularly. 

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

  • No

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First Name/State of Residence- David California

Current Drive specs  Model/loft/shaft/Flex- Taylor Made M3 Fujikara Stiff

Your handicap and  driver swing speed, and do your regularly use any sort of LM for data collection- 14.8/95MPH

Have you played a Tour Edge driver before, and what was your experience. - Never touched one before. 

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Mark in California

RocketBallz Stage 2/10.5/FUJI ROCKETFUEL 50/Stiff

13.0 hdcp, 103 mph, using Epson M-Tracer

Never played a Tour Edge driver 

 

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Aaron - Nebraska

Cobra F8+ w/ Aldila NV 2KXV Blue 60 X flex

3.6 ghin, 110 mph

No LM work in a while but have access to equipment if needed

Never swung a Tour Edge before

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Tom/Kansas

Current Drive specs  Taylormade M2 10.5 Nippon Regio Formula MB stiff

 handicap 10  SS 102

Never have tried a  Tour Edge driver before.

I use a SC100 swing caddie

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David/So Cal

Cobra King LTD 9.5 Aldila Rogue Black 60 Reg

10 hdcp 95 ss, have not used a LM regularly recently as my bag has been stable and haven't needed it. I play 4/5 times a week and hit 10+ fairways every round.

 I currently use TE 3/5 woods, a TE 25* hybrid as well as 52* and 58* wedges. I have found them to be terrific clubs and the only way they get out of my bag would be if replaced by another TE product. I have also loaned a few of my retired TE fairway woods to friends who refuse to give them back. I used to game a TE driver, but my daughter accidentally damaged it beyond repair.

Safe to say that whenever I look at new clubs I always look at Tour Edge,

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Joe - Washington State

Big Bertha Fusion 10.5 with Recoil 450 ES Regular shaft. 90-100 swing speed.

HC- 20 use LM at local range.

I have played with Tour Edge Exotic Irons

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Reed  / Nevada

Current Drive specs  Model/loft/shaft/Flex

TaylorMade RocketBallz Driver / 10.5 / Matrix HD6 / S

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

15 Hdcp / 111 swing speed.

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Levi Harris

Lafayette Indiana 

Srixon 565z, 10.5, kuro kage hbp stiff flex

Hdcp 14 can use launch motor when every I want good friend and golfing buddy is top 100 club builder. Swing speed 92-95mph

 

Never owned one of their drivers but have tried their fairway woods

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