Tour Edge Golf has updated the Exotics XCG line with the XCG7 and XCG7 Beta drivers plus new fairways, hybrids and irons for 2014.
The new drivers are adjustable and there are two different club head sizes, the XCG7 at 460cc and the Beta at 440cc. In addition to the smaller size the Beta has a deeper face to produce lower spin. Both have loft options from 8.5 to 12 degrees in 1/2 degree increments.
According to the company the Exotics XCG7 AND XCG7 Beta fairways are designed to be more forgiving than previous models and have a lower profile face and large clubhead. The Beta model offers a smaller head, deeper face, and produces a slightly lower, more penetrating trajectory.
The new hybrids also have regular and Beta models to accommodate golfers having a range of skill levels. The XCG7 offers a larger, shallower face to produce a higher trajectory while the Beta has a more compact shape and deeper face for workability and a more penetrating ball flight preferred by better players. Exotics XCG7 IRONS have an improved pocket cavity iron design to date and are cast in one piece from 431 stainless steel. Tour Edge says the new design provides better feel and more stability in a classic-style head design.