Best Tour Edge Exotics Fairway Wood Off The Deck?

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  • jonn443jonn443 Jonnystx  4649WRX Points: 247Members Posts: 4,649 Titanium Tees
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    KING246 wrote:

    MixedBag wrote:
    XCG3 is stupid easy




    I have a CB3 13.5 in the spare bedroom (got m2 tour issue recently) that is an absolute cannon. I couldn’t hit it straight to save my life but that sucker would fly 270+ when hit on the screws. Now it needs a new home.




    That is a completely different head.
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  • NorthMNgolferNorthMNgolfer  301WRX Points: 3ClubWRX Posts: 301 Greens
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    I have the EX9 Long 15* in my bag and have great luck with it off the deck. The 13* version was a bit harder to get the height I needed but the 15* with the S+ shaft is working out incredible. Plus off the tee its longer then my 14* mini driver was.
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    My Current Bag.

    Callaway Rouge 9* - HZRDUS Yellow 6.0 65
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  • Puttersaurus RexPuttersaurus Rex one swing at a time  876WRX Points: 240Members Posts: 876 Golden Tee
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    EX10 Beta 16.5 has been the best fairway wood that I have hit. XCG7 Beta and XCGV receive honorable mention.
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    Have fun - ready golf - repair/replace divots & ball marks - FORE! as needed
  • JustmuckitJustmuckit St. Louis, MO 1515WRX Points: 178Handicap: 10.7Members Posts: 1,515 Platinum Tees
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    Looking for a 4 wood with a shallow-ish face...will get much more use off the deck with an occasional tee shot.



    What fits the bill in the Tour Edge offerings?
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  • Puttersaurus RexPuttersaurus Rex one swing at a time  876WRX Points: 240Members Posts: 876 Golden Tee
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    Justmuckit wrote:


    Looking for a 4 wood with a shallow-ish face...will get much more use off the deck with an occasional tee shot.



    What fits the bill in the Tour Edge offerings?




    If you are looking to buy new, the EX10 or EX10 Beta fits the bill. The Beta has a little taller face, but is pretty forgiving for what it is. The previous models can be found for great prices on the secondary market (EX9, XCG7 Beta, XCG7 (non-Beta), XCG6, XCGV). Hard to go wrong with TEE fairways.
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    Have fun - ready golf - repair/replace divots & ball marks - FORE! as needed
  • JustmuckitJustmuckit St. Louis, MO 1515WRX Points: 178Handicap: 10.7Members Posts: 1,515 Platinum Tees
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    Kicking myself for not buying a EX9 last night with the 15% ebay coupon. Probably for the best considering the draw bias.
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  • GranthamjcGranthamjc  60WRX Points: 22Handicap: 10Members Posts: 60 Bunkers
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    I have an EX10 Beta that is by far one of the best fairways I have ever owned. It put the M2 Tour I had before out to pasture. Hits equally well off the deck or off the tee and forgiving.
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    Joel Grantham
    Fallen Oak Golf Course

    TM 2018 M3 9 Degree Driver
    Tour Exotics EX10 Beta 15 Degree Fairway

    3-AW TM P770 Irons Modus3 105 S+
    54 and 58 Degree EF Wedges

    TM Tour Juno Blade Putter
  • payerasjlpayerasjl  830WRX Points: 97Members Posts: 830 Golden Tee
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    CB pro in 16.5 degrees. Just flies off the fairway with crisp sound.
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