With all exciting driver launches this year, it has been difficult to keep tabs on every driver coming to the market. I know it is already the middle of March, however I feel that the new Tour Edge Exotics CB4 Tour driver demands some attention. The CG4 Tour Driver is the fourth tour inspired driver released from Tour Edge and after testing it out in the launch monitor this week, it is their best effort to date. First off, the stealthy black finish looks great at address and although this trend is slowly being played out, the dark finish on the CB4 Tour just works. When compared to the previous model, the CB4 offers up some great improvements in terms of playability and feel. Their patented cup-face technology features a new “Boomerang” face which utilizes varying levels of face thickness that maximize the spring-like effect from more contact points across the hitting surface. By thickening and thinning the face, these “v-shaped” boomerangs produce a hotter launch on off-center strikes along with enhanced feel and sound at impact. The center of gravity is also closer to the face in the CB4 for a more penetrating trajectory as well as increased control and workability. The CB4 Tour also touts a higher MOI when compared to the previous model thanks in large part to the heel and toe rails that shift weight to the perimeter of the clubhead. The CB4 is equipped with the premium Aldila RIP graphite shafts which feature graphite fibers that are woven in a 45-degee angle on the outside and inside of the tip to increase hoop stiffness for greater shaft stability. This advanced shaft technology results in lower torque, increased stability, and greater tip control when compared to any other premium shaft on the market. The new Tour Edge Exotics CB4 Tour is a true player’s club and if you are a single-digit handicap looking for a new driver, do yourself a favor and check this club out!
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