Officials at Tour Edge describe the company’s latest driver release as a limited edition – a “straight-from-the-tour-van” model that is designed for players with faster swing speeds and a preference for low-spin products.
The clubhead features a classic, pear shape with a shorter heel-to-toe design and a deep face. An extreme slope from the middle of the crown to the back of the clubhead is made to “compact” the head and help create a low-forward center of gravity, which is what largely keeps the spin down.
In addition, this driver boasts an adjustable sliding weight port called FlightTrack that enables golfers to move a 6-gram weight from heel to toe to promote a draw or fade, and every kind of ball flight in between.
The Exotics EXS Pro also uses Diamond Face technology, which has 33 thick and thin diamond shapes, or mini-trampolines, behind the clubface in an attempt to promote faster ball speeds while further reducing spin and improving forgiveness on off-center hits.
“At first, we were just designing prototypes for the pro tours, but along the way, we realized that the market had a need for these tour-inspired designs as a limited-edition series,” says Tour Edge president and master club designer David Glod. “With our previous Exotics launch, the EXS 220, we designed our most forgiving and stable clubs ever. The EXS Pro line is designed to bring the level up with the more traditional player with a faster swing speed who is looking for anti-left clubs with extremely low spin and penetrating ball flights.”
The Exotics EXS is available in right-handed versions, with 9.5 and 10.5 degrees of loft.