Tour Edge Exotics 722 Fairways & Hybrids

A large part of Tour Edge’s reputation as a first-class club manufacturer has been built on the performance of their fairway woods and hybrids; the introduction of the Exotics 722s strengthens that tradition.

Fast Facts Tour Edge Exotics 722 Fairways
E722 Fairway
Game-improvement category
Maraging steel VFT face
Adjustable 10-grams rear sole weight
RyzerSole rail
Acoustic Resonance Channels
Carbon fiber crown
Stock shafts: Fujikura Air Speeder, Mitsubishi Tensi AV
Stock grip: Lamkin Crossline 360 Gray

Choice of five lofts
$250
C722 Fairway
Better players category
Titanium face and body
Carbon fiber crown
VFT face
Adjustable hosel
Sole weight 80-grams
RyzerSole rail
Acoustic Resonance Channels
Stock shafts: Fujikura Air Speeder, Mitsubishi Tensi AV
Stock grip: Lamkin Crossline 360 Gray
Choice of three lofts
$300

Tour Edge Exotics 722 Hybrids
E722 Hybrid
Game-improvement category
Adjustable 10-gram rear sole weight
Carbon fiber crown
RyzerSole rail
Acoustic Resonance Channels
Stock shafts: KBS TGI Tour Graphite, Fujikura Ventus Blue
Stock grip: Lamkin Crossline 360 Gray
Choice of four lofts
$230
C722 Hybrid
Better players category
Compact head shape
Adjustable 10-gram front weight
Maraging steel VFT face
Adjustable hosel
RyzerSole rail
Stock shafts: KBS TGI Tour Graphite, Fujikura Ventus Blue
Stock grip: Lamkin Crossline 360 Gray
Choice of four lofts
$250

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Tour Edge continues to make fairway woods and hybrids that, in the option of many, set the pace for the entire industry. Certainly, their reputation was built because players found Tour Edge-designed clubs performed from a variety of lies, fairway or rough, and gave them the confidence to hit serviceable if not great shots time after time.

The new Exotics 722 fairway woods and hybrids are the latest to fit that requirement.

The E models (Extreme) are for those finding these shots to be troublesome on occasion and wanting some assistance from the club’s design while the C models (Competition) are targeted for use by better players with higher swing speeds.

Tour Edge founder and president David Glod provided some insight on the company’s philosophy, “This approach that we first launched with Hot Launch has been extremely beneficial to custom fittings and to cover the entire matrix of different golfers, swing types and player preferences that exist.”

He continued, “The Competition Spec player wants more adjustability and higher-grade materials that produce hotter and lower spinning flights, while the Extreme Spec player wants high M.O.I. for increased accuracy, ease of launch and overall playability. We now have that distinction in every product in the 722 series.”

Anyone thinking of replacing their current fairway woods or hybrids should but the 722s on the for serious evaluation.

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