Tour B JGR
The face offers distance with plenty of help from the body. First, the crown features thin sections in the front and rear so it can compress more at impact for additional face flex. There’s also a thin section at the leading edge, and together these work with a variable- thickness face to produce a higher, faster launch. The milling pattern on the face is twice its former depth, so the higher launch comes with limited spin. [Read more about the Tour B JGR here|https://www.golfdigest.com/story/new-bridgestone-tour-b-jgr-line-renews-its-focus-on-power-for-average-golfers-but-its-tour-players-want-some-too]
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Clean look. Good sound and feel.
The high lofts look so open and easy to hit. Ball pops off the face with consistency.
The shallow face and the proportions are pleasing.