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Tour Edge Golf- Exotics CB5 Hybrid Iron/Wood

About This Item

  • Manufacturer: Tour Edge Golf
  • Model: CB5
  • Condition: NEW, FACTORY SEALED
  • Makeup/Loft: See DropDown
  • Dexterity: Mens Right Handed
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  • Shaft: Mitsubishi Rayon Fubuki 415 Graphite
  • Grip: Tour Edge Stock Rubber
  • Length/Lie: Standard/Standard
  • Headcover: Included (Matching)
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The CB5 super-hybrid combines a maraging steel cup face with a hyper steel body that lowers center of gravity for higher launching shots. The maraging steel allows for a thinner face that has greater malleability for superior feel and distance. The CB5 hybridís Boomerang Face features v-shaped boomerangs that allow for the thinning and thickening of the material to produce longer shots even on off-center hits.

  • Taller, deeper face than other Tour Edge hybrids for a penetrating ball flight
  • The swept wing sole moves weight to the heel and toe for a larger sweet spot
  • Boomerang Face technology gives greater ball speeds across the face for massive distance on every hit
  • Product Reviews

    Tour Edge Golf- Exotics CB5 Hybrid Iron/Wood
    4.5 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Does what you tell it...
    May 18, 2013
    Excellent club. I wasnt looking for distance when I was looking for a hybrid. I purchased the 22 deg to play those 200yrd shots that require a high flight with soft landing where a 3-4 iron are tough to play. This club fits the bill perfectly. Can easily draw/fade the ball and it has a nice high ballflight. Playing off the tee I can cook it to 230 playing off the back foot. BUT...... you must make a good swing. Probably not the club if you are a high hncp looking to replace your 4 iron ... if you are looking to hit a 'different' shot. This is your club! Note: A similar performing club at a fraction of the price are the old 4 series Nickent.
    Awesome shaft, Nice setup at address Sounds nice

    Roslyn, NY
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    CB5 Hybrid
    October 3, 2012
    First, let me say that this hybrid is the real deal player's hybrid. If you are above a 10 handicap or swing your hybrid club less than 90 mph, the CB5 will do you more harm than good. The regular flex option on the Mistubishi Rayon Fubuki shaft is not to be trifled with, at 81g, 2.7 torque, and mid/low kick (this is NOT your typical "regular flex" shaft). I have a driver swing speed between 109 and 114 mph, play a Project X 7.0 shaft, and I'll tell ya: I am very happy I went with the stiff option and not the x flex with my CB5 3 Hybrid. As for the rest of the club, it is a true work of art; the CB5 is the best looking hybrid of 2012 for my money. Sleek black, white, and red color scheme on the sole combined with a shiny black crown, a stock lambkin red grip, and Mitsubishi's white shaft make for both a beautiful and intimidating club. The shaft functions with a super hot maraging convex steel club face to produce piercing, medium trajectory golf shots. I also think the size and weight of the club head is perfect; the CB5 is a hybrid wood as opposed to a hybrid iron, but with its traditional pear shape and tour design, it inspires a great deal of confidence from all lies without looking like a watermelon on a stick. And as for distance, I got exactly what I wanted. The 3 hybrid gets up in the air without ballooning, allowing for access to par 5s from 210-220, be it fairway OR rough (distance loss out of the lighter rough with this club is nominal). Fairways have essentially doubled in width with this club in my bag. Anyway, if you want a top-performing hybrid and can swing a big boy shaft, then the CB5 should get your full attention.
    fubuki shaft pear shape maraging steel face color scheme distance trajectory sound
    absolutely nothing