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Tour Edge Exotics Trilogy Rail Graphite Fairway Wood



 

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Mid: $8.57
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Manufacturer:

Tour Edge

Year of Introduction:

2010

MSRP (new):

$199.00

Head Material:

Stainless Steel

The unique Trilogy sole features two outer rails and one inner rail that helps players hit perfect shots from any lie
The outer rails move more mass to the rear heel and toe, producing a higher moment of inertia for enhanced stability on off center hits
60-gram internal weight chip lowers the center of gravity for more forgiving shots that get up and away quickly and easily
Elliptical variable face thickness delivers proven forgiveness and distance from more points on the face for longer more accurate shots
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 1990s 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.

For More Information: http://touredgegolf.com/


2011 Hot List
Silver Medal
The sole of the Trilogy has two outer rails that allow weight to be moved to the rear heel and toe to increase moment of inertia (M0I). A triangular inner rail is meant to function as a rudder to guide the face to a square impact position. The 60-gram internal sole weight moves the CG low to launch the ball high. A variable-thickness, maraging-steel face aims to prevent loss of speed on mis-hits.
Low-Handicapper:
"Sweet turf interaction. I guess that thing on the back of the sole really does make it plow through the grass."..."I thought I was going back to the days of the Ginty. But I killed it, even off the tee. Sets up well with good distance."
High-Handicapper:
"You can count on this club to be reliable. It's forgiving without sacrificing distance-who doesn't want that?"
Hot:
A tech-heavy, multi-material Exotics fairway wood for 200 bucks? Sold.
Not:
The V-shape sole might make the Trilogy a great troubleshooter from the rough, but it robs you of confidence on tight fairway lies.

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