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The new Tour Edge Exotics XJ1 line is the most advanced metal woods lineup the company has released to date. With the premium price of each club, we wanted to find out more about the technology and materials that go into making a fairway wood quite like this.

Arriving at the Tour Edge headquarters in Batavia, IL you are greeted by warm and friendly people that love the game and are proud of the products that they put out. One mention of the new XJ1 line (hitting stores next week) and smiles take over the faces of the staff and you hear fun questions such as “Have you hit it yet?” immediately. The club is the talk of the building and they are as excited for the launch, as golfers should be to take some swings with it.

THP sat down with David Glod, founder of Tour Edge, to discuss what went into making the XJ1 Fairway Wood, and talked about everything from the types of metals used to how in the world they all get put together.


Shot in 4K, please feel free to view in full screen for all of the details

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Josh is the Publisher of The Hackers Paradise and co-founder of THP Media with his wife Morgan Babbitt. Together they share a passion for golf, and they travel the country along with their two dogs in the THP Tour Van bringing their love and knowledge of the game to golfers everywhere.

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  1. Kevin says:

    Want!! Do you know if there is a release date yet?

  2. Kevin,
    They will begin appearing in stores around the 1st of December.

  3. Kevin says:

    Beautiful, thank you. The wish list for Santa just got longer…

  4. Michael Gutierrez says:

    INteresting process on how the club head is designed and put together. I can easily see where the process dictates cost

  5. Drumdog says:

    Great looking club, very interesting tech in this one…but…at around $400 for a fairway wood? Not likely to go in my bag.

  6. SoGaDawg says:

    Interesting to see if this will knock my Exotics CBPro Limited Edition out of my bag. Haven’t found anything longer to date. So we’ll see.

  7. Guanto says:

    Boy, that was exciting????????

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