Nice to see you again thanks for coming back and having a read. We’re happy introduce the new Exotics EX9 Tour Hybrid and Tour Fairway Woods. Hot off the success of the EX9 series Exotics introduces the Tour series.
Starting with the EX9 Tour hybrid which is an ideal replacement for long-irons and easier to hit, control and land softly on the green for the utmost performance. The design caters to players who favor irons for their workability, trajectory, and distance control. Compacting the head design into a smaller, pear-shaped style with less spin and a more boring trajectory maintaining Exotics tradition of using advanced technology for maximum performance. The Tour club head size ranges from 111cc to 115cc in 3 soft offerings of 16, 18, and 20 degrees.
Delivering explosive distance, the EX9 Tour hybrid features a new titanium face plate combo brazed to hyper-steel body. The face plate embodies a redesign Variable Face Thickness technology producing better results from more contact points on the face – especially when it comes to miss hits.
The EX9 Tour hybrid also features Exotics SlipStream sole which has been redesigned for the smaller head. The ‘waves’ are a bit shorter from from to back and dramatically reduce the amount of turf interaction – which as we know results in full speed explosive impact.
The EX9 Tour hybrid comes stock with the new UST Mamiya Recoil 780 ES shafts which provide more control and feel. The stiffer mid section and butt produce better shot control whole the softer tip improves the feel and trajectory.
The EX9 Tour Hybrid will run you about $199.99 and will be available in mid November.
The release of the new EX9 Tour features a slightly smaller head design than the EX9 fairway wood.
The EX( Tour’s full-speed impact formula begins with a 150cc compact clubhead loaded to the brim with technology. The 15-3-3-3 metastable beta titanium cup face is combo brazed to the hyper steel body for max distance in a fairway wood. Exotics first fairway wood to feature a cup face combo brazed with an adjustable hosel, the Tour Edge engineers also added ‘sound ribs’ with the club head creating superior sound at impact.
The EX9 Tour also includes a 9-gram center changeable weight insert produces a powerful, penetrating ball flight. The weight screw is adjustable and additional weights can be purchased as a kit or individually. The kit includes 6-gram, 11-gram and 14-gram weights to increase or decreas your swong weight.
Available in 13, 15, 17 degree heads, the EX9 Tour fairway woods also have an adjustable hosel system. The newly designed hosel allowes players to change launch conditions using eight settings and adding or subtracting one degree of loft. Players dial-in the setting that fits their swing and achieves their desire ball flight.
The EX9 Tour fairway wood has been specifically designed to accommodate the heavier stock shaft offerings often chosen by players with higher swing speeds. The Tour model comes stock with the Aldila Rogue Silver 60 and 70, and the Mitsubishi Diamana S+, M+ and D+. Finished in an elegant metallic gloss and featuring a Black Lampkin Exotics UTx cord grip and will run you roughly $299.99 this coming November 15.