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Tour Edge golf clubs: The facts

Tour Edge produce a vast array of golf clubs including drivers that help hit straight shots, fairway woods, hybrids to rescue any situation, game improving irons, wedges of all degrees and putters. Which is the best range? Which clubs are best suited to your game? And exactly what does each range offer?

Tour Edge drivers

The Tour Edge Exotics drivers include the XCG4, XCG3 and XCGV, which produce a straighter and longer ball flight. The Exotics CB4 driver is titanium and gives a lower launch and more control. The Tour Edge Bazooka drivers include the JMAX Gold, a white headed driver which reduces slice, the HT Max, which reduces club head twisting to give maximum accuracy, the HT Max Draw, where the draw bias minimises slicing, the GeoMax2 and GeoMax2 Draw, titanium drivers producing a perfect launch angle, and the QLS, a square headed titanium club noted for its accuracy. The Lift Off range is the cheapest.

Tour Edge fairway woods and hybrids

Fairway woods are available to accompany all of the Tour Edge drivers. Hybrids are available in the Exotics XCG4 and XCG3, the JMAX Gold (an iron-wood), HT Max, GeoMax2 and QLS. Two other hybrids available - the Exotics Trilogy, which ensures the club head remains straight from any lie, and the JMAS Draw, another which is an iron-wood with a wide sole.

Tour Edge irons and wedges

Tour Edge Exotics irons include the XCG and XCG3 with a softer feel in the shorter irons (7-SW). The XCG4 irons have thin faces with different levels of thickness to add distance as well as feel. With Tour Edge Bazooka golf clubs, the HT Max have different face depth on each iron, the GeoMax2 offer forgiveness and the design of the QLS irons, with a cavity, give higher flight and softer landing. There is a Combo option for all three which is a combination of hybrids and irons. The Lift Off range is the cheapest. There are three Tour Edge wedges available – the Xtreme Spin which creates extra spin thanks to hollow face technology, the Xtreme Spin 2010, an upgraded version which meets new USPGA standards, and the TGS wedges, pear shaped clubs available in steel or black carbon.

Tour Edge putters

The Tour Edge putters include the T-Balance which has a 90 degree bend in the shaft which gives extra feel on the greens. The T-Balance putters are designed with extra weight behind the sweet spot. The Exotics DG Tour Proto putter is a traditional looking club, while the BackDraftGT putter has an alignment aid the width of a golf ball and the BackDraftGT+ putter is white with a jumbo grip. The Bazooka GeoMax and Pro Optic putters have weights to the outer to aid stability.

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