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Testers ANNOUNCED: Tour Edge Exotics CBX 119 Hybrid

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Roy Chandler az

9.0 95mph

Adam 4 hybrid 

5 hybrid,my performance has been terrible

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Hugo/Charlottesville, VA

5.8/107

Tour Edge Exotics EX10 Hybrid

20* to replace a 3 iron. Current EX10 Hybrid is 22* and while I do love it for its performance and versatility, I often feel like it's perhaps lofted a bit too close to my 4 iron (Wilson V6 @ 24*).

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Charles/Skokie IL

18/98 mph Hybrid

Cobra F9 19° and 21° with KBS FST Prototype 75 R Shaft Lamkin Sonar Midsize grips.

19° to swap out my 19° Cobra because that way it will get used a lot.  

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Matt - North Kingstown RI

8.4/107

TM Jetspeed 19* MATRIX Black tie

 I would choose the 19* because mine is due for an upgrade and it fits into my bag gapping 

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Chuck/Mount Pleasant, SC 

Hdcp  11.2/SS 93 mph

Titleist 816h1 18* and 818h1 22.5* w/ Fujikura Motore Speeder Tour 8.8 HD Stiff shafts.    

At 72 years of age I prefer these hybrids over long irons.  Find that I can hit them with accuracy and can count on them from 185 to 205.       

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Matt / Vancouver WA

6.9 / 102

Adams Idea Pro Black 19 degree

20 degree, 3 iron replacement

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Bob Bowers/ Carmel, In

9.0 handicap 92MPH

20/21 degree for replacement of my 4 hybrid

 

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Harry    Moncton,NB

23 / approx 90

Taylormade RBZ 19° and Taylormade M4 22°

Would stick with 22° as that would be perfect for the yardage I'm looking for

 

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Mike, PEORIA Illinois

Handicap of 22, swing speed of 92 for hybrid 

Currently using a Ping G400 3H

Looking for about 24 degree, (4H), as already have 3W.

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John...   Blue Bell, Pennsylvania

12.1 index

Currently carry 5 hybrids...     2 / 17 degree    3 / 19 Degree    4/22 Degree    5/25 Degree    6/28 Degree    all Taylormade

Would try any that come close to matching the loft of my current clubs so that I could compare...    THANK YOU    

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Blake/Kansas City, MO

12 handicap, 110-115 mph

Currently hit Titleist 909H 21 degree (bought used)

18, maybe 19 - currently researching ideal set up for the top of my golf bag. Planning on getting a new driver, 3 fairway wood, and 3 hybrid this summer. I got Mizuno JPX 900 irons last year and have a 21 degree 4 iron so I'm thinking 18 or 19 degree hybrid makes the most sense. Would love to test the Tour Edge hybrid, first set of clubs I ever had were Tour Edge. Would be willing to provide as much detail and data desired, both from driving range as well as on course from fairway/rough. 

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Mike/Richmond, VA

6.2/100-ish

TaylorMade RBZ Tour (if my daughter hasn't pulled it out of my bag)

21*, as this seems to fill the gap between my longest iron and my shortest wood nicely

 

Thanks again for all of these great testing opportunities

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Matt/ Topeka, Kansas

+1/112

Adams Redline Xflex 18 degree

Either continue with the 18 degree or 20 degree. For me, I need a strong 3 or soft 2 to keep the gapping yardage correct between my 3 wood and 4 iron. 

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Eric, Chicago, IL

Longtime lurker, first time testing applicant.

12.2 Index / 110 avg 3H swing speed (112-115 driver)

Titleist 910H (19 deg, currently in A1 setting) 

Ultimately, I think I would choose to purchase the 20 degree Tour Edge Exotics CBX 119 Hybrid because my Exotics CBX T3 15 deg fairway wood was noticeably longer (10-15 yards carry) than the Titleist 910F 15 deg fairway wood it replaced.  If the CBX 119 Hybrid is just as long (and low spinning) as its fairway brethren, then I would add the extra loft to keep my current gapping (220 hybrid; 205 4 iron) relatively similar.  For testing purposes, however, I believe an apples-to-apples  comparison of my current 19 deg gamer to the CBX 119 19 deg is warranted. 

TIA for the opportunity.

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 Tim/CA

 13.8/105

 Callaway Big Bertha OS #3

22* or 4 hybrid. I would like to test something that would fill the gap I have at around 200 yards 

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Dan Corun / Honoraville, Alabama

13 / 90

Cobra F6

19* 

 

 

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7 index with a swing speed of 95. 2 months out of knee replacement and tuning up the game again. Playing a Ping G 17 degree. Too flat a ball flight. Would love to try 19 degree to land ball a little softer. Will play 50 plus rounds by year's end from here on out. Gotta love the Valley of the Sun! Thanks for the opportunity.

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Added additional info.

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Jeff / Draper, Utah

Handicap/SS

8.6 UGA

Current hybrid model Played

Callaway warbird 7 wood. reshafted 

Titlesrt 5 wood 913h

 

What loft you think you would choose and why

i need a mix of 5 iron length and 3 iron height and carry. I need around a 20 degree loft. That has a lot more carry than my current set. 

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