The EX9's new Full-Speed Impact design maximizes club head speed all the way through impact with a sloped crown and the Exotics famous SlipStream sole. Tour Edge engineers began the designing process with the main goal of maximizing clubhead speed at impact and creating new combinations of technology to achieve it; creating the Full-Speed Impact design. The first property of the new design in the EX9 fairway wood clubhead is a sloping crown. The gentle slope reduces aerodynamic drag resulting in added speed at impact for maximum distance.
The SlipStream sole combines seamlessly in the EX9 fairway wood as the second property of the Full-Speed Impact design. The EX9 SlimStream sole features shorter ‘waves’ from front to back, dramatically reducing the amount of turf interaction – the result is a full-speed explosive impact!
The power grid removes weight close to the face and repositions it in the rear portion of the sole, promoting higher launch conditions.
The first to bring robotic laser beam bonding to the US market in 2014, the EX9 utilizes this exclusive technology to adhere the carpenter 475 cup face to the hyper-steel body. The robotic process provides flawless seams ensuring the tightest tolerances for exceptional performance.
The EX9 fairway wood also includes an interchangeable heel weight offers players the added benefit of draw enhancement. The 9-gram heel weight screw is housed in an 8-gram weight pad for 17 grams of deep heel weighting. 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 decrease the swing weight.