The previous incarnation of the Exotics fairway woods were the longest
hitting fairway woods in the world. Tour Edge weren't satisfied and have produced something even longer, the XCG.
Unlike past Exotics models, the XCG features a 50% larger titanium cup face and crown combined with a shallower face height for greater forgiveness and a higher flight pattern. While its predecessor, the Exotics CB2 model, is designed for enhance workability and a more penetrating ball flight, the XCG’s larger, deeper club head further enhances moment of inertia (the club’s ability to resist twisting) making it the easiest to hit Exotics fairway wood yet according to company officials.
The XCG also boasts a faster ball speed than previous Exotics models, compliments of an ultra-thin, titanium cup face equipped with variable thickness technology. The face’s slimmer outer edges produce the maximum rebound allowed by the USGA for blistering shots from anywhere on the face. By combo-brazing the face to its heavier steel body without welding, the XCG also displaces more weight to the sole. The net effect is a low, deep center of gravity (CG) position and more power and leverage at impact.