Tour Edge Golf Adds Exotics XJ1 Driver

Lighter And Faster Are The Buzzwords For New Club
Tour Edge Exotics XJ1 Driver

A groundbreaking combination of a 9-1-1 titanium chassis, Kevlar-Carbon crown and three Tungsten sole weights distinguish Tour Edge’s new XJ1 Driver from its Exotics line predecessors. Its lightweight concept, combined with the most advanced ultra-­light Air Speeder shafts, allows players with moderate swing speeds to generate maximum distance  off  the tee. “Most technologies of the Read more…

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