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Testers ANNOUNCED: Tour Edge Exotics CBX 119 Hybrid

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Tom/ Wilton, NY

22/94

Callaway XR 3h

19 degree because I don't carry a 5W

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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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Posted (edited)

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.

Edited by Tincuptim
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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