Tour Edge Exotics EXS Pro Blades

Tour Edge Exotics EXS Pro Blades

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Tour Edge Exotics EXS Pro Blades

Tour Edge Exotics EXS Pro Blades were crafted for low-handicap golfers seeking a competitive advantage on the field.

The traditional-looking premium irons feature a narrow sole, a thin top line, a bevelled leading edge and square toe design. They contain a number of attributes that allow greater versatility in shot making, a superb tour-preferred feel and a consistent performance.

Exotics EXS Pro Blades are built with a muscle back that contains chrome plated Japanese S25C Steel. This is positioned low and behind the hitting are of the club to offer a soft buttery feel off the face.

Tour Edge engineers applied advanced CAD technology and precision milled forging to construct the micro-cavity, face and scoring lines. The CNC milling is precise to ensure every iron conforms to USGA standards. The meticulous process enables the shorter irons to gain additional spin. Exotics EXS Pro is milled on both sides of the blade. This creates an extremely tight tolerance and consistency in responsiveness and control across the entire set.

The sole of Exotics EXS Pro Blades contains a rounded radius on the club’s leading edge. This design is another feature that improves consistency on every shot by significantly reducing drag when contact is made with turf through impact.

And, Exotics EXS Pro Blades look as good as they perform with a dual finish that includes high polish and a stain finish in the milled areas of the club head.

REVIEW
Tour Edge Exotic EXS Pro Blades
“Over the last couple of months using the Exotic EXS Pro Blades from Tour Edge I’ve noticed a great improvement in my game. The milled forged heads give a pure and smooth feel when striking the ball, which makes it really easy to feel confident hitting it off all kinds of lies. Being a blade, they offer me a great deal of workability, allowing me to get the shot shapes that I want while only leaving small divots at impact. With a thin top line and a crisp sound, these clubs give me increased confidence knowing that I can fly it at the pin. If you’re a strong iron player and looking to take your game to the next level, I recommend Tour Edge Exotic EXS Pro Blades.”

Chris Milverton, Drummond Golf Niddrie

 

 

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