Tour Edge Exotics announces CBX forged blade irons and wedges

Tour Edge Exotics announces CBX forged blade irons and wedges

Tour Edge Golf has announced the completing pieces of their Exotics CBX line, with a set of forged blades and wedges to complement the distance-oriented woods, particularly low-spin fairway woods.

The CBX forged irons are triple forged from S25 carbon steel, and they're a softer iron while maintaining the look a better player prefers. It's a pure muscle-back, with a thin top line, narrow sole and a squared-off toe. A beveled leading edge is designed to improve turf interaction, while laser-etched grooves ensure consistency from club to club.

The Tour Edge Exotics CBX blades will be available come fall. Available in 3-PW, AW with a variety of steel shaft options, while the graphite stock is UST Mamiya Recoil shafts. The steel shaft set retails for $1,000, with the graphite coming in at $200 more.

The CBX wedges are also forged from S25 carbon steel, with a new DG (David Glod, Tour Edge president and chief designer) Method for a unique heel, toe and trailing edge combo.

“The new grinding process eliminates bounce from the heel and toe areas allowing players to easily open the face or shut it down for exceptional creativity around the green,” said Glod.

The wedge sports what's dubbed Xtreme Spin Grooves, set to max USGA spec on depth and width. On the lower loft (50 -52 degrees) wedges, the grooves are deeper and narrower grooves, while the higher lofts have wider grooves, set around how the wedges are typically used by players.

The Tour Edge Exotics CBX forged wedge series is available in True Temper Dynamic Gold wedge shafts and is available in 50-, 52-, 54-, 56-, 58- and 60-degree options for $125 each in steel and $150 each in graphite.

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