When they released their Exotics EXS Pro fairway metals and hybrids last spring, Tour Edge engineers touted these limited edition clubs for being “straight from the tour van.”
The fairways feature a compact, pear-shape clubhead designed for maximum workability. The forward center of gravity and deeper beta-titanium/360-degree cup face promote low spin and a penetrating ball flight while producing a more powerful transfer of energy from club to ball. A flight tuning system allows golfers to adjust for draw, neutral or fade bias.
As for the hybrids, they, too, boast a compact head shape and a deeper, beta-titanium face. Once again, employment of a flight tuning system makes it possible to adjust for draw, neutral or fade bias. And speed channels on the sole as well as a curved entry on the leading edge of the sole to the face improve turf interaction.
The Exotics EXS Pro fairways come in lofts of 13.5, 15, 16.5 and 18 degrees, while the hybrids are offered in 16-, 17-, 18-, 19-, 20- and 22-degree models.