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Bridgestone Tour B JGR

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The Verdict: The Exotics line is known as Tour Edge’s high-tech luxury brand, but the EXS costs more than $200 less than comparable models. Still, the EXS checks off an admirable technology roster: a weight-saving carbon-composite crown and sole panel that push mass low and deep for forgiveness, low spin and high launch. There’s also a variable-thickness face to enhance ball speed on mis-hits. Finally, movable sole weights and an adjustable hosel let you manage spin and direction among 16 settings.
Loft: 9.5, 10.5 (adjustable +/- 2 degrees)
Street Price: $300
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Ratings
  • 41
    performance
  • 4.51
    innovation
  • 41
    Look / Sound / Feel
  • 21
    demand
Player Comments
  • low-Handicapper
    The carbon-fiber clubhead produces the soft, duller sound that I like, and there’s no discernible vibration.
  • mid-Handicapper
    The EXS is one of the easier drivers for launching the ball in the air, and the ball flight was easy to control.
  • high-Handicapper
    My drives had consistently low spin with high trajectory—the formula for distance.