Tour Edge has introduced the new Exotics CBX fairway woods, a tour-caliber club for those seeking the very best in materials and the latest in golf club technology advancements.
Recent independent Iron Byron test results prove the all-new Exotics CBX woods to be the longest, lowest spinning fairway woods in a test that included three of the best selling fairway woods on the market today. The CBX outdistanced competitors by an astonishing average of 16 yards.
The CBX design alters the club’s Center of Gravity (CG) to manipulate initial launch angle and velocity, also reducing the amount of spin the ball will have on release. The precise engineering creates a spin-killing distance machine — and the proof is in the numbers.
“The CBX wood is a game-changer. The distance gains from the independent test are phenomenal. Then we saw the spin numbers and started calling it the ‘spin-killer’ around the office,” said President and Founder David Glod. “Everything has lined up for the CBX — the design, compilation of materials, and CG location to make it our next best fairway wood. It really has brought us back to full circle on where we were when we launched Exotics and provided a product that no one else in the industry could match numbers wise. We can’t wait for golfers to try it and to start spreading the word!”
Tour Edge engineers introduced their first Exotics fairway wood in 2004, creating new benchmarks for technology, distance and power in a fairway wood. The engine of the CBX metalwoods again lies within Exotics core ethos of using superior multi-materials and construction methods. A Beta Ti cup face is brazed with a Hyper Steel body to produce the perfect launch and low spin combination.
A carbon sole unit moves mass forward to determine the precise CG location. The longer toe to heel and shorter front to back head shape provides precise weighting throughout the clubhead and optimizes performance with absolute CG location. The higher CG location minimizes spin for optimal low-spin distance, making for a tour- caliber fairway wood that will provide amazing distance off the tee and from the rough. The result of the higher CG is the lowest spinning, exceptionally versatile fairway wood capable of delivering amazing distances and less dispersion on miss-hits due to the reduced side spin.
Engineers developed the new Speed Ramp sole on the CBX based on the design of the SlipStream sole waves in the very popular Exotics CB PRO fairway wood. The Speed Ramp sole is the next generation of design to minimize ground contact and maintain speed through impact.
The super thin Beta Titanium face is combo brazed to the heavy hypersteel body without welding for exact weighting tolerances. The Exotics variable face thickness technology provides forgiveness on off-center hits. Cosmetically the CBX is beautifully modern featuring a strong black finish without any alignment marks.
The Exotics CBX fairway wood will be for sale in four lofts; 3 (13.5 degree), 3 (15 degree), 4 (16.5 degree), and 5 (18 degree).
Premium shafts include the Project X HZRDUS series and Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage Silver Dual Core, a standard Lamkin Z5 grip for comfort. Custom premium shaft options at no additional charge include the Aldila Rogue Silver and Black series, Exotics Fujikura Pro series, Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana series and the Mitsubishi Rayon Tensei CK Blue series. It is projected to ship to authorized Tour Edge dealers on Sept. 5.
$349.99 | www.touredge.com