Our Take: The engineering in the latest better-player offerings from Tour Edge was derived from insights from the 100-plus PGA Tour Champions pros who have played the company’s clubs in recent years. That feedback resulted in a compact, anti-left clubhead that delivers low spin and a piercing ball flight in a handsome package. The aesthetics of the carbon-fiber shell especially appealed to our testers. “Good looking club, with a nice feel to it,” one rater said.
The Details: This low-and-forward CG driver wasn’t meant for everyday players; it began as a prototype exclusively with Tour pros in mind. Then Tour Edge realized that among more skilled amateurs there was a demand for a sleek, workable, Tour-inspired 440-cc design that became the EXS Pro. The pear-shaped head has an adjustable sliding 6-gram weight called “FlightTrack” (three other weights are available separately) that can shift mass, depending upon players’ needs, from the extreme heel to toe.