Charles Schwab Challenge

Colonial Country Club

Tour Edge

Exotics EXS 220


Our Review:

Tour Edge reminds us that we need hybrids because we frequently mis-hit longer-shafted, lower-lofted clubs that we play off the ground. So our hybrids should be forgiving first. The longer front-to-back size coupled with a rear weight make this Tour Edge’s most stable hybrid ever. We also need forgiveness through the turf, so wider channels line the bottom of this club. Those combine with heel and toe indents for an easier move through any lie. Read more >>
Specs: 17, 19, 22, 25, 28
Price: $200
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Player Comments
  • high
    The proportions on top were like the golden ratio, and the rails let me hit baby draws from anywhere.
  • mid
    Like the traditional look, lower on the face, sits well on the ground, and you don't feel like you have to help it.
  • low
    Simple, no funny business look. I like the hint of sparkle. You can see the heel when you put it down, which I also like. The hit sounds like you're striking a match. Shots hit and rolled out.