REVIEW: Tour Edge Exotics 220 EXS Driver
Everyone is chasing extra yards off the tee. It doesn’t matter if you are a pro or a 25 handicap golfer, we all want a little extra boost with the driver. There is a reason that there are new drivers every season. That new driver might be longer, but often only by a few yards. Does the $500 price tag justify those yardage gains? What if you can pick up those yards by only spending $350? The yard for yard price is kind of a “no brainer” when it comes to the Tour Edge Exotics 220 EXS Driver. They created a new driver that can compete with anything on the market at a much lower price point, making it yard for yard the best deal in golf.
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Tour Edge Exotics 220 EXS Driver
- Spin: 1993 rpms
- Launch Angle: 14.0*
- Dispersion: 6.2 yds
- Club Head Speed: 104.4 mph
- Ball Speed: 155.8 mph
- Total Distance: 296.2 yds
- Carry Distance: 271.9 yds
As I’ve said many times before in review, I’m not going to tell you how to spend your money. I’ll let you know what I found on-course about how a golf club performs. The Tour Edge Exotics 220 EXS driver performs as good as any driver on the market. The $350 price point is just a bonus for your green fee budget or additional new clubs in your bag. The improvements are nice touches to make the club more forgiving, better sounding and even better to look at. If you are looking for a couple extra yards with a new driver, you will probably pick up a few on average but at less expense. Yard for yard, this is the best deal in golf.
For more information: www.touredge.com/exs-220-driver
+Nice selection of stock shafts