TOUR-INSPIRED DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE
- All-new 5-1-1-1 titanium head construction
- Boomerang face technology maximizes launch speed from more contact points
- Aldila RIP 60 Sigma shaft offers advanced technology and performance
The CB4 Tour driver offers a classic Tour shape and deeper face preferred by better players. The club is designed for golfers who want a tour-caliber low launch, exceptional workability, and inspired feel.
The all titanium head features an ultra-thin crown and cup face, giving it a lower center of gravity, impressive feel, and the lowest-spin Exotics driver yet. The CB4 is constructed from a brand new 5-1-1-1 titanium material. This new titanium is harder, denser, and stronger than 6-4 Ti and has better elongation properties for thinner walls and exceptional rebound.
Paramount to the CB4 is its cup-face technology which has been advanced with the design of the Boomerang face. This new technology offers multiple levels of variable face thickness that maximize the spring-like effect from more contact points. By thinning and thickening the face, the v-shaped 'boomerangs' produce a hotter launch on off-center hits along with enhanced feel and rebound.
In the CB4, the center of gravity location is closer to the face for better control, workability, and a more penetrating ball flight. Plus, the heel and toe rails shift weight to the perimeter of the club head for increased MOI and a higher rebound rate on all areas of the face.
All-new ‘Boomerang’ variable face technology increases overall rebound characteristics and a hotter launch on off-center contact.
Center of gravity location is closer to the face for better control and a more powerful, penetrating ball flight.
Aldila RIP 60 Sigma shaft delivers unprece- dented stability and tip stiffness control for consistent control off the tee.
The Aldila RIP is the fastest growing shaft on the PGA Tour. The RIP 60 Sigma shaft breaks from conventional ply configurations, weaving inner 45-degree angle graphite plies on the outside and inside of the tip to increase hoop stiffness for greater shaft stability near the club head. RIP technology provides a shaft with lower torque, increased stability and better tip stiffness control than any shaft made with similar materials and a conventional ply configuration.