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Posted June 4, 2018 in Products and Brands by Trevor Cigich
By John Steinbreder of Global Golf Post
Tour Edge may not be one of the so-called Big Four equipment makers in America, but the 32-year-old company has become a big player in golf clubs in recent years – on the professional tours and among recreational players of all ages and abilities. And that is thanks to the success of one of its newest products, the Exotics CBX Hybrid.
Prototype versions of the CBX Hybrid started to find their way to the PGA Tour Champions at the start of the 2017 season, and they proved so popular among top players of that circuit, among them Tom Lehman and Scott McCarron, that Tour Edge decided to release the line commercially.
According to the company engineers, the club is designed to push the boundaries of low-spin distance as it also provides both feel and workability, using a multi-material construction with the lightweight, Beta Titanium face brazed to a heavier Hyper Steel body. Those officials say they also identified what they described as the absolute center-of-gravity location, which allows them to minimize spin for greater distance and a more penetrating trajectory.
Performance in that realm is further enhanced, they add, by precision weighting throughout the clubhead. The addition of variable face thickness technology provides for more forgiveness on off-center hits, the engineers aver, and a Speed Ramp sole is made to minimize turf interaction for improved speed and stability at impact.
Offered in a strong black finish, the Exotics CBX hybrids are available in lofts of 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 22 degrees.
Republished with permission from Global Golf Post.