Tour Prototype Exotics Hybrid

Tour Prototype Exotics Hybrid Unveiled on PGA Champions Tour

During the Senior Players Championship, the third major championship of the year on the PGA Champions Tour, Tour Edge unveiled a new Tour Prototype Exotics Hybrid that caught the attention of many of the top players on the circuit.

The new Tour Prototype Exotics Hybrid has been in secret development over the past two years. It was designed with a multi-material construction that includes the top of the line in Beta Titanium, Hyper Steel and Carbon Composite. This unique combination produces a penetrating ball flight that cuts through windy conditions and lowers side spin rates for greater accuracy.

Players who immediately put the new club into play, even on short notice during the practice week of a major event, included a recent 2017 winner on the Champions Tour and two other PGA Tour Major winners.

“Although we don’t have the total numbers compiled yet, we feel that at least five of the new prototypes went into play this week immediately after they tested it,” said Executive Vice President of Tour Edge John Craig. “Our President and Chief Designer David Glod knew we had something special with this club based on the advanced technology and the amazing launch and spin numbers we have seen it put up in our internal testing, but we only went out this week to get some basic feedback on the design and feel of the club. Never did we imagine that it would be embraced this quickly and with such confidence. We’ve got something special on our hands here.”

Tour Edge compiled some direct quotes of the ecstatic feedback they were receiving from Champions Tour players from the range this week, including:

  • “Wow. This thing just powers through the air.”
  • “I can’t believe how stable through impact this feels.”
  • “It sits perfect; it’s exactly how I want a hybrid to look.”

Due for release to Tour Edge retailers later this Fall, the new Exotics hybrid is the latest example of how Exotics is Materially Better.

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