Tour Edge Offering Exotics EXS Driver for $300

Tour Edge Golf is offering a new driver for $300 available for testing and purchase November 1 from the Exotics series called the EXS model.

Tour Edge Golf is upping the ante in the driver market with the Exotics EXS model. This club is loaded with advance features and at an affordable price of $300. Announced as the first of the new EXS family, the driver will be at retail locations starting Nov. 1.

The Exotics brand originally was conceived to be played by low handicappers and the brand hit its stride with top performing fairway woods and hybrids, but the drivers never attracted the same kind of attention.

That should change with the EXS. It has all the indications of being a top performing driver capable of competing with drivers costing 50 percent more.

“The EXS driver is absolutely loaded with technology,” said Tour Edge President and Master Club Designer David Glod. “This is the most technology we’ve ever been able to fit into a design and each one works in concert with one another to provide the best performing driver possible. The shapes are beautiful, and we utilized only the finest in materials and components. I believe that at the aggressive price point that we are offering, the EXS driver will have its highest impact on the driver market over any other previous Exotics release.”

The EXS driver’s 460cc basic clubhead is anything but basic with a frame made from 8-1-1 titanium. The face has a variable thickness design of TSP 910 titanium as was used in the EX 10 model only in the EXS its both thinner and lighter. As has become almost an industry standard the crown is carbon fiber which saves more weight and part of the sole towards the toe is also made of carbon fiber. This helped to reduce the head weight and push the center of gravity deep for forgiveness and lower spin with the added benefit, less toe weight means a draw bias.

The “Flight Tuning System” is all about the weight saved in face, crown and sole being used in the two sole weights, one of 9-grams near the heel and one of 3-grams in the rear. The result is a low spin head producing a medium trajectory launch and an anti-slice tendency. Switch positions of the sole weights and the EXS produces a medium spin with higher launch and a neutral shot shape. There’s even a kit available for additional cost with three more weights (6, 11 and 14-grams) for further fine tuning.

Tour Edge says the majority of miss-hit happen towards the toe so the EXS has a RollFace with the bulge and roll in that part of the face reconfigured to help reduce ball curvature.

The company also claims that this is the most forgiving driver they have ever created. The crown has a new shape and with the added taper to the clubhead’s profile improves downswing speed by reducing aerodynamic drag. Also, to help preserve ball speed on impacts low on the face the speed slots in the sole have been made wider.

Finally, to further dial in the driver to the needs of the player, the hosel has two degrees of adjustability. The hosel adjusts to three lie angles giving the EXS 16 different settings between the two FTS weights and the eight different loft and lie settings.

On the web: www.touredge.com

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Ed is a national award-winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is prominently featured in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Ed still plays regularly and carries a handicap of 4. He lives on a water hazard in suburban Orlando. His email address is GolfScribe@outlook.com.

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