All of the Search ‘N’ Rescue Ball retrievers are made of this high quality metal tubing. All you need to do is twist them and they telescope to their full length. If you have a ball in the drink, just reach out and push down on it, and the mechanism securely grabs it.
In today’s world where balls like the Titleist Pro V1’s are close to $5 each, it is well worth it to get one of these Search ‘N’ Rescue ball retrievers so you can pull your balls out of the pond and save some money.
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These woods utilize Tour Edge’s Combo Brazing process to fuse the different pieces of the club together. It has a titanium cup face, crown, and neck, with a hyper steel sole. This sole is nice and heavy and provides optimal CG locations and it gives you great ball flights.
This club has a nice compact club head and a nice deep face, as well as Variable Face thickness, which is a thinning of the face around the perimeters, which gives you a wider sweet spot.
The CB# Tour Fairway Woods come with Golf Pride New Decade grips, which are great grips, as well as great shafts: They come with either the Motore Exotics Tour, or just the Motore Exotics. The tour shafts are specified as having higher kick points, as well as less torque.
Thanks for watching guys. If you have heard of the exceptional feel of the CB2 Fairway Woods, then check out the CB3 Tour’s, they are the next step.
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Years ago Tour Edge made the CB2 Fairway Wood, which was hailed as one of the best feeling clubs ever. The CB3 Tour is a continuation of that in the driver form. It features a 15-3-3-3 Titanium Cup Face and a hyper steel sole that is really heavy and provides optimal weighting, and gives you great trajectory.
It has this nice compact pear shaped head and a nice deep face. These also have a higher and more forward center of gravity, so it is going to deliver a more penetrating ball flight preferred by better players.
The CB3 Tour’s come stock with really great grips and really great shafts. The grips are Golf Pride New Decades, and the shafts are either the Motore Exotics Tour, as this one is, or just the standard Motore Exotics. The Tour shafts are specified by having higher kick points, which provide lower trajectories, and they also feature less torque.
These clubs also feature Tour Edge’s Combo Brazing Process, which fuses the different pieces of the club together. This decreases weld weight, and decreases the brittleness of welds, and it also provides an exceptional feel at impact.
Thanks for watching guys, this was the Tour Edge Exotics CB3 Tour Driver. Jump on our website, GolfEtail.com, find the loft and flex you are looking for, and we’ll give you a great deal!
This is a really great set. In it, you get a Gap Wedge, a Sand Wedge, and a Lob Wedge. The lofts are 52*, 56*, and 60*. They are all matching, they all feature this nice mirror finish, and you can see they have nice wide soles.
They have what they call a “Power Sole,” and you can see a little bit of a bump back there, and that puts some good girth behind the ball and will allow you to hit it well.
You can see they have nice aggressive grooves that will give you plenty of greenside spin. If you are looking for a 3-piece wedge set that will help get you up and down, check out the Affinity REVO Wedge Set.
The Diablo Edge Tour is very similar to the Diablo Edge, in that it is an all titanium driver, but it has a slightly smaller head, you can see it has this nice pear shape that will really appeal to traditionalists. It also has a hosel, which is really unique to a Callaway driver, and is preferred by better players.
The Diablo Edge Tour features Callaway’s Fusion Technology, where the different pieces of the driver are actually fused, rather than welded together. This reduces weight and improves feel.
The Diablo Edge Tour also features Callaway’s Hyperbolic Face Technology, which gives you a larger sweet spot across the face.
Thanks for watching guys, these were the Callaway Diablo Edge Tour Drivers. If you are a better player looking for a smaller head with a more traditional shape, the Diablo Edge Tour might be the driver for you!
The 4G Ultra-Lite is an incredible driver. It was built for those who really benefit from lightweight materials to really get that swing speed up for a little extra distance.
This whole thing, head, shaft, and grip, weighs less than 300 grams. 282 grams is the total weight of this club, so it really allows you to swing it quickly, it weighs hardly anything, and you will get great distance from this club.
Adams Speedline clubs feature this aerodynamic clubhead shape, which helps to reduce drag and increases your swing speed so you get greater distance. You can see it has these air channels, which actually help the club track on the club on your swing plane, and to make solid contact with the ball.
Hi guys, this is Trevor with GolfEtail.com, and this is the Tour Edge Exotics XCG-3 Fairway Wood, which combines a tungsten sole with a titanium cup face and crown to deliver a great fairway wood.
This tungsten sole actually makes up 63% of the total clubhead weight, so you get a really low and deep center of gravity. This helps you get a great launch off all your shots, and it provides for plenty of forgiveness because the weight is here on the perimeters of the club. Even on off-center hits it is going to be stable, and you are going to hit it straighter.
These fairway woods feature variable face thickness, where the outer edge of the face is thinner. This allows for a greater rebound effect, or COR (coefficient of restitution) from more points on the club face.
These woods come stock with these really great Fujikura Exotics Motore shafts. They come in both a standard and Tour edition, where the Tour models have higher bend points to deliver lower ball flights and they have less torque. If you want more specs, jump on Tour Edge’s website.
These clubs also come stock with Golf Pride New Decade Multi-Compound grips which are really tacky and they feel really good.
The XCG-3 Fairway Woods are put together by Tour Edge’s Combo Brazing process, where the pieces are chemically fused together rather than welded. Welds are heavy and tend to be brittle, while the combo brazing process is lightweight, strong, and offers a really great feel when you strike the ball.
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Hi guys, Trevor here with GolfEtail.com. Today I am going to be reviewing the Tour Edge XCG-3 Driver.
The XCG-3 features this amorphous carbon crown, a titanium body and face, and tungsten sole weighting. This really lowers the center of gravity and helps to get a great launch.
This carbon crown actually allows for a lot of the weight to be pushed to the bottom, or sole of the club. There are 28 grams of tungsten weight. Tungsten is a metal that is twice as heavy as steel, so it really brings the CG down and below the ball, gives you a great launch, and it feels good as you are swinging it.
The XCG-3 features Tour Edge’s X-Contour Face Technology, which is a thinning of the face around the perimeters, and this allows for faster ball speeds from more points on the face even the heel and toe.
Tour Edge uses a process called Combo Brazing to fuse the pieces of their clubs together. There are actually no welds, and this decreases weld weight. Welds tend to be heavy. This also improves feel at contact.
The XCG-3’s come stock with really great shafts. These are the Fujikura Motore shafts, built for the Tour Edge Exotics line. It comes in the standard and Tour edition. You can jump on Tour Edge’s website for all the shaft specs, but basically the tour shafts have higher kick points to deliver more penetrating ball flights, and they also feature less torque.
They also come stock with Golf Pride New Decade, my personal favorites, and they are really great.
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Hi guys, this is Trevor with GolfEtail.com, and today I am going to be reviewing the Callaway Diablo Edge Irons, the set for those players looking for more distance, without sacrificing forgiveness.
The Diablo Edge irons were made to increase the size of the sweet spot on the face, and also to lower it. The sweet spot is right around here, and what this does is gives you optimal trajectories, getting the ball up in the air while producing hot ball flights, even if it is hit off the heel or toe.
You can see the Diablo Edge Irons feature this nice deep cavity, as well as great perimeter weighting around the sole. They have pushed the weight to the perimeters, and this increases the MOI and provides plenty of forgiveness.
The Diablo Edge Irons really are game improvement irons. They are great for those mid-to-high handicappers who need a little extra forgiveness. You can see they have nice wide soles, so you get great turf interaction. A nice thick top line inspires confidence at address because you know you have a lot of club behind the ball, and a nice offset helps get the face of the club square to the ball at impact.
Thanks for watching guys, these were the Callaway Diablo Edge Irons. Jump on our website, GolfEtail.com and we’ll give you a great deal. These are great clubs for mid to high handicappers looking for extra distance and great forgiveness.
The CB-1 Irons are forged from soft 8620 carbon steel, so they give you incredible feel and feedback. More accomplished players who play these blade-style irons are really going to enjoy the way they can work the ball with these clubs. They also feature this precision milled cavity which offers a little more forgiveness, pulling the weight out to the perimeters. Even those who play these blades need a little bit of forgiveness on those occasional off-center hits, and these irons are going to provide that for you.
You can see the CB-1’s feature this nice tour-style blade. They have smaller heads, a nice, thin top line, and they also have this nickel-chrome black plated finish which is dramatic looking, reduces glare, and is basically really cool to look at.
You can see the CB-1’s feature this nice thin sole, and have a beveled trailing edge that improves turf interaction. You can also see that they have a very slight offset that is consistent throughout the set, which is very common in players irons like these.
Thanks for watching guys, these were the Adams CB-1 irons. If you are a low handicapper and are looking for a blade that is really going to allow you to work the ball and give you great distance and feedback, the CB-1 Irons may be the clubs for you. Jump on our website, GolfEtail.com and we’ll give you a great deal.