Hollow-body irons are all the rage right now in the game of golf, but that design originated with Tour Edge. The Exotics EXS 220 irons are of hollow-body tech, which provides ultimate perimeter weighting and an extremely flexible face. Behind the face is a spider web-like technology than enhances the sweet spot in every direction. A 19-gram tungsten weight placed in the toe helps stretches the sweet spot for more forgiveness. The polymer coated launchpad absorbs vibration and creates more spring-like effect. Heel and toe relief areas are accentuated with a ramped sole design, which enhances turf interaction at impact and provides more stability. The amount of offset and blade lengths progressively change throughout the set for consistency and playability.
TED, the Tour Edge Developmental robot, tested a large amount of the best shafts on the market to see which performed the best in the 220 heads. Below is the data from the testing based on driver speed. Shown is the best shaft for that particular swing speed.
85 mph and below: KBS TGI Tour Graphite, 50 grams Ladies, 60 grams A-flex
85-95 mph: KBG TGI Tour Graphite, 70 grams Regular, 80 grams Stiff. True Temper XP85 Steel Regular, True Temper Elevate 95 Steel Regular
95 mph and above: Projext X HZRDUS Smoke Black 80 gram 6.0 Stiff, 80 gram 6.5 X-Stiff. True Temper XP 85 Steel Stiff, True Temper Elevate 95 Steel Stiff
Exotics EXS 220 Iron Set Features:
- Hollow body design
- Spiderweb VFT face
- Tungsten toe weight for expanded sweet spot
- Ramped sole for better turf interaction
- Launchpad absorbs vibration
- Progressive offset and blade length
- Stock grip: Lamkin Crossline 360
- Men's iron set
- Exotics EXS 220
- Tour Edge
Tour Edge was founded in 1986 by David Glod and exists to provide high quality and technologically advanced golf products that are cutting edge.