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Tour Edge Exotics XCG Graphite Driver

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $11.27
Mid: $13.26
High: $15.25

Next update: 5/29/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $56.36
Mid: $66.30
High: $76.25

Next update: 5/29/16

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• An innovative magnesium crown and hosel provide unprecedented light weight and solid feel
• The revolutionary crown design positions the Center of Gravity (CG) extremely low in the clubhead for easier, higher initial launch trajectory
• High Moment of Inertia (MOI) provides increased forgiveness on off-center hits for longer, straighter distance
• The combination of a titanium cup face, magnesium crown, and a hyper-steel body delivers long, straight driver distance and superior performance
Tour Edge was founded in 1968 by David Glod, a former golf pro who set out to change consumer perception of the golf industry by providing a truly high quality product at an affordable price. Headquartered in suburban Chicago, Illinois, this company has grown exponentially since its inception, doubling sales every year through the early 1990’s by developing and offering clubs with superior performance and value pricing. Today Tour Edge is one of the fastest growing manufacturers, and in 1996 made the list of the Top 40 manufacturers in Golf Pro Magazine.

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Three rails on the sole of this hybrid are designed to work together to increase forgiveness: the outer rails move mass to the rear heel and toe, producing a higher moment of inertia for greater stability on off-center hits, and the inner diamond-shaped rail is designed to act as a rudder to guide the clubface to a square position at impact. Additionally, a 60-gram internal weight pad lowers the center of gravity to facilitate a higher launch angle.
"Just perfect for my eye and the ball goes straight, straight, straight!"
"Mis-hits don’t stray too far off-line, and they feel surprisingly good. The sole design makes hitting shots out of the rough a breeze. If my shop carries this it is going in the bag right now."
This traditional-looking hybrid houses tons of hidden technology, and the three sole rails should appeal to anyone who battles a case of the chunks.
The triangular clubface, while helpful for shots from the rough, could be difficult to manage from tight lies.

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