Tour Edge Exotics CB4 Tour Fairway Wood

Tour Edge Exotics CB4 Tour Fairway Wood

Tour Edge Exotics CB4 Tour Fairway Wood Designed for maximum workability, the CB4 features a slightly smaller 170cc tour-preferred head size. The head’s classic pear shape produces a higher center of gravity that produces a lower spin rate and a powerful launch. Combining a high-tech 15-3-3-3 titanium cupped face with a heavier hyper steel body, every single gram of excess weight is eliminated from the face area and shifted to the rear skirt and sole for a deeper center of gravity. The deep, higher center of gravity gives the CB4 an explosive, penetrating launch angle. The CB4’s trampoline face design combines multiple levels of face thickness which maximize the spring-effect at launch. By varying the thickness of the face, the trampoline design allows for enhanced elongation of the titanium face. The result is incredible feel and a powerful rebound effect. Taking tour inspiration and performance one step further, the CB4 utilizes the new Aldila RIP 70 graphite shaft series. The Aldila RIP is the fastest growing shaft on the PGA Tour. The RIP 70 Sigma shaft breaks from conventional ply configurations and weaves inner 45 degree angle graphite plies on the outside and inside of the tip to increase hoop stiffness in the tip for greater shaft stability near the club head. The RIP technology provides for a shaft with lower torque, increased stability, and better tip stiffness control than any shaft made with similar materials employing a conventional ply configuration. For unrivaled workability and distance, the CB4 delivers tour-caliber results. Experience what the best players in the world already know ? Exotics fairway woods are the longest fairway woods in golf. Guaranteed. Features: Tour Edge Exotics CB4 Tour Fairway Wood &#8226 15-3-3-3 Ti cup face features improved variable face thickness &#8226 Slightly higher CG position delivers a lower spin rate &#8226 Stock shaft includes Aldila RIP 70 Sigma series Specs: Tour Edge Exotics CB4 Tour Fairway Wood Model Head Volume Loft Lie Graphite Length Face Angle Flex Swingweight 3+ WOOD 170cc 13° 57° 43″ 1° OPEN R,S,X D2 3 WOOD 170cc 15° 57° 43″ 1° OPEN R,S,X D2 4 WOOD 160cc 16.5° 58° 42.5″ SQUARE R,S,X D2 5 WOOD 160cc 18° 58° 42″ SQUARE R,S,X D2 Available in men’s and women’s right hand. Lengths listed are men’s standard. Ladies standa
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