Thanks Gary!@Jman - great video that packed a full review article into audio format. Very, very well done. I could easily see this type of club breaking into my bag as a driving iron but I would want to bring that spin down a bit knowing that it isn't coming off the deck all that often for me. The ball speed and launch are darn good (and apparently getting better...)
Makes total sense and I agree with you. I think 19 would be the best of all worlds but that spin on a four iron is great if you actually play it as one. I’m going to check the website in these - a fight with my F9 may be in order.Thanks Gary!
For me, the 4 spot isn’t a driving iron so much as a long iron replacement. I think the fact that it did make decent spin is a win there design wise showing its versatility, because I know for me if I’d bought it with the HZRDUS in it instead, spin would have been lower for sure. I do think there aren’t many who are going to go with a 22 for a driving iron though, that falls more into the 17/19 models if that makes sense.
Been playing this with the Kinetixx in it the past week, it’s been fun. Also wanted to bump the video review for those who missed it.Tour Edge continues to shape and evolve their Exotics lineup into one of the deepest and most well rounded out there. Since the inception of the EXS offering last year, which paved the way to the current EXS 220 and EXS Pro lines, they have opened many eyes that they can design as well as anyone out there, and at times maybe even better.
One club type that Tour Edge has been on the cutting edge of long before the EXS series however are ironwoods and utilities, in fact, it’s no exaggeration to say they set the curve for many years. With that in mind, I was eager to get their new EXS Ti-Utility. The titanium cup faced design was put to the test and a full rundown and review can be seen in the following THP TV video.
love the look of this club! great job with the shaft pairing.Posted this photo on Insta today...
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And I had a throwdown with those three. If you’ve watched the forum (and the video in the OP of this thread ) I’ve put up some pretty killer numbers with all of them.
Well, the EXS Ti cleaned up today. Paired with the Paderson Ballistic shaft it’s a killer. It didn’t just win on distance though, which it’s 10 yards longer for me than the UiHi and 6 from the Tec, but it’s just as high, and has a killer descent. It was a tee and turf weapon today.
We shall see if it keeps up.
That’s it’s possible. I’ve been doing this review gig for going on 8 years now, so I know there’s a ton of good stuff out there and I’ve been lucky enough to work with a LOT of gear from both companies.
That wasn’t a formal testing, that was me cutting loose and having fun which was nice.