We spotted Tour Edge’s new Exotics CBX fairway woods, hybrids and “Iron Woods” at the 2017 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

While Tour Edge is yet to officially comment on the fairway woods or its new “iron woods,” the company has provided information on the CBX hybrids, which are already in play on the Champions Tour. Brandt Jobe used a CBX hybrid in route to a T2 finish at the Senior Players Championship in mid-July, and the company says several other Champions Tour players currently have a CBX hybrid in their bag.

The CBX hybrid is unique in that, like drivers, it has a titanium club face. Its multi-material design merges the beta-titanium club face with a hyper-steel body through a process called combo brazing, which the company says helps ensure exact weight tolerances. The hybrid also has a carbon-composite sole to create the higher, more forward center of gravity Tour Edge desired. According to the company, the result is “the lowest-spinning, exceptionally versatile hybrid capable of delivering tour-level distance and performance.”

The CBX hybrid will come stock with either a Project X HZRDUS Black shaft or a Mitsubishi Kuro Kage Silver Dual-Core TiNi. Available lofts are 16, 18 and 20 degrees. They will sell for $249.99 and will begin shipping on September 15.

Check out photos of the CBX clubs below, and see what GolfWRX members are saying about the clubs in our forums.

CBX Fairway Woods

CBX Hybrids

CBX Driving Iron

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  1. Fugly on the bottom, I don’t get how they can make it look like 20 cent K-Mart designs like this, but the shapes from the top look good, so I’ll give them a hit and see what happens