Tour Edge Exotics XCG7/Beta




The Drivers Test 2014: Tour Edge Exotics XCG7/Beta

Cost: £249/£299. 

Tech: Variable face “Power Grid” boosts forgiveness. Eight-way adjustable loft system. Low-spinning 440cc Beta version.

What we said... James Ridyard: “The Beta feels faster off the face with a lower flight. I like the head shape and finish, it frames the ball nicely. It’s powerful, but with forgiveness thrown in.” Joel Tadman: “The shaft in the standard model feels way too long, I had to grip down a lot to gain control of the face. Lovely buttery feel and flawless matt grey look.” Stephen Kidd: “Felt stable with a hot face, matt finish is smart. Shaft is impressive, really kicking through impact.” Steve Milnes: “Low flight even with the standard set at 12°. Both heads seem to be better suited to higher swing speeds.”

Pros: Classy look, great feel and value.

Cons: Long stock shaft reduces control.

The numbers: Looks: 8 Feel: 8 Sound: 7.5 Forgiveness: 8 Performance: 7

TG Rating: 7.5/10.

Details: Lofts: 8.5-12° adjustable. Contact:

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