Exotics EXS Pro Forged & Blade Irons


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Complementing Exotics ESX Pro metalwoods announced last week Tour Edge has released details of the Exotics EXS Pro Forged irons, EXS Blade irons & Blade wedges.

Fast Facts Exotics EXS Pro Forged Irons:
Players category cavity-back design
Triple forged with tungsten toe weight
CNC milled forged face, grooves & cavity
Electroformed insert of steel, ABS polymer & gel
Pitching wedge 46° loft, 5-iron 25° loft
Stock shafts: True Temper Elevate Tour VSS Pro, True Temper Dynamic Gold 105
Stock grip: GolfPride Tour 360
$149.99 each available June 1

Fast Facts Exotics EXS Blade Irons:
Players category forged CNC milled muscleback design
Narrow sole, thin top line
Rounded sole leading edge
Pitching wedge 47° loft, 5-iron 27° loft
Stock shafts: True Temper Elevate Tour VSS Pro, True Temper Dynamic Gold 105
Stock grip: GolfPride Tour 360
$149.99 each available June 1

Both of these new players category iron models are limited-edition with the cavity back EXS Pro Forged targeted for play by those with low to medium handicaps and the EXS Blades for low handicappers and professionals.

According to David Glod, Tour Edge founder and Master Club Designer, “We received enormous demand for player’s irons after putting our focus on game improvement hollow-body irons with the EXS 220 releases. As a club designer, I love player iron designs that are as beautiful as they are playable.”

In addition to the two iron models Exotics EXS Blade Wedges ($149.99 each) were introduced offering six standard lofts from 50° to 60°. Forged and then CNC milled from soft S25C carbon steel they have a flared toe design which moves the CG higher for lower launch and higher spin.

“We used a lot of feedback from the PGA Tour and tested these irons with our professional staff, as well as with extensive robotic testing,” said Glod. “I can report back that we have three winners across the board. I believe that the milled forged iron connoisseurs out there are going to be very impressed with the playability we were able to combine with a traditional forged feel.”

Ed Travis

Ed Travis 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 regularly seen 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, Travis still plays regularly. He and his wife live on a water hazard in suburban Orlando.

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