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Tour Edge Exotics XCG-7 Beta Graphite Fairway Wood

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $22.85
Mid: $26.88
High: $30.91

Next update: 6/5/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $65.28
Mid: $76.80
High: $88.32

Next update: 6/5/16

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Forged Beta Titanium cup face

Deep face design produces a slightly lower, more penetrating ball flight.
Beta titanium cup face delivers maximum-allowed launch speed.
Sole weight pads are positioned to maximize stability and slightly raise the center of gravity for maximum workability.
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.

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The XCG7 features a low-profile clubhead and a forged 465 maraging-steel cupface. The four weight pads in the sole are at the extreme perimeter to increase off-center-hit stability. The sole pads on the Beta are more forward for a penetrating trajectory, and the more compact head features a deeper, forged beta-titanium cupface.
"Big points for just building an aesthetically pleasing club without a lot of glitz."
"Every shot felt powerful, like hitting the ball with a sledgehammer."
The Exotics line rarely disappoints for inventive materials and hot-face technology.
We're pretty sure all the golfers who need an 11.5-degree fairway wood are getting paid to play it.

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