Tour Edge Exotics Xtreme Spin Wedges

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Exotics Xtreme Spin

Tour Edge Exotics Xtreme Spin Tour Black 2010 Wedge The Tour Edge Exotics Spin Tour Black 2010 Wedge has a face and grooves that are milled to conform to the recent USGA groove ruling allowing these wedges to be played on the 2010 PGA Tour. These wedges feature a 1025-milled carbon steel face that is only 1.5mm thick and backed by a hollow core that is filled with a thermal plastic elastomer (TPE). The combination of the super thin face and TPE gel helps the Tour Black deliver exceptional feel a

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jglover   Shoots in the 70s [Mar 24, 2009]
Model Reviewed: Tour Edge Exotics Xtreme Spin

Quite possibly the deepest, widest grooves on the market today. With these wedges I've been able to throw half shots, chips and knockdowns directly at the flag and they stop on a rope. 3/4 swings at full wedge distance and you can spin back a ProV1/V1x easily. IMHO this allow me to hit a lower shot with less spin that stops on a dime. I've found these wedges to have better spin and performance than Vokey Spin mills. These wedges are the real deal. Shafts are heavier Dynamic gold shafts which adds to the accurary of these wedges, they feel a little stiffer than your typical DG wedge flex and slighly heavier than an S300. I've been extremely curious to see how these heads play with an S300 wedge shaft. Interchangeable weights are excellent, they allow you to customize the swingweight of your wedges exactly. Each of the three interchangable weights varies the swingweight by 1 point. Grind on the front edge is slightly rounded which is producing excellent results. I would say that I'm a typical "digger" when it comes to wedges, and this grind works great. I've played these wedges for a full season now and the durability is excellent.

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Similar Products Used: Vokey Spin mills, Mizuno T
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flashman   Shoots in the 80s [May 13, 2008]
Model Reviewed: Tour Edge Exotic Xtreme Spin

I have played the 52°,54°,56° and 58°wedges. These wedges seems to work very well for me. I don't have a lot of experience with the name brand wedges(titleist,cleveland,ping)I just usually purchase the wedges that go with the iron set I own at the time.These are the first forged wedges that I have owned and they do put a lot of spin on the ball.

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Excellent.

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