CBX FAIRWAY METALS
The Batavia, Il. - based Tour Edge started making clubs 31 years ago, and year after year the company has lived up to its mantra of “bringing futuristic technologies to the market place” in small production runs. The latest – CBX Fairway Woods – come out this month. The clubs aptly come under the Exotics brand that Tour Edge introduced in 2004. Like its forerunners, the CBX woods incorporates exotic materials to produce terrific results, mainly distance. The CBX, for instance, has a “Beta Ti cup face brazed with a Hyper Steel body” that the company says produces “perfect launch and low spin combination.” The new CBX design raises the center of gravity to change launch angle and velocity and reduce accuracy spin rates. The new Speed Ramp on the Slipstream sole increases speed. All manufacturers hype their products, but the CBX speaks for itself most objective and non-partisan prime player, Iron Byron. Up against 3 metals (15 degrees) on the market, the CBX had the highest ball rate, and greatest distance – by a startling average of 16 yards! The CBX comes in four lofts (13.5, 15, 16.5 and 18 degrees) shaft custom premium shaft option at no additional charge. The CBX suggested is $349.99. Check them out at www.touredge.com The mantra lives on.