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30-GRAM M.O.I BOOSTING BACK WEIGHT TAKES STABILITY AND DEEP CG TO THE ABSOLUTE EXTREME.
RIDGEBACK TECHNOLOGY PROVIDES MORE POWER AND FEEL FROM ALL PARTS OF THE FACE.
CARBON WRAP TECH SAVES EXTREME WEIGHT TO CREATE IDEAL CENTER OF GRAVITY PLACEMENT.
DIAMOND FACE VFT CREATES FULL FACE FORGIVENESS AND AMAZING BALL SPEED.
INTERNAL SOUND DIFFUSION RIBBING ARE INTERNALLY POSITIONED TO ORCHESTRATE GORGEOUS SOUND AT IMPACT.
Allows loft and lie angle changes for dialing in the perfect ball flight..
The shaft make-up is unique to the industry. We tested every major shaft in play on the PGA Tour using the Tour Edge Development Robot (T.E.D.) to find the best-performing shafts for key swing speeds.
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The Tour Edge Exotics E722 driver is a very forgiving driver that can work for players at any level. Great impact sound. Mid spin, mid/high launch.
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Tour Edge Exotics is best known for making Tour-style clubs. It’s right in the name, and it’s proven in their track record across professional tours. But just because their clubs are great for the pros doesn’t mean they can’t engineer high performing tools for recreational golfers, too. When TEE tunes their signature technologies for the average player, you get a club like the E722 driver.
The Tour Edge Exotics E722 driver uses asymmetrical carbon fiber plates in the crown to play a small trick on your eyes. This head is almost perfectly round, but because the toe-side plate is much larger, it gives the driver a pear-shaped appearance. In terms of size, the E722 is a standard modern driver that’s slightly elongated from front to back.
Flipping the club over, you’ll see that those carbon fiber panels wrap around to the sole. Along the middle of the sole, there’s prominent Tour Edge Exotics branding. A large weight at the rear of the head calls attention to the design focus: high MOI.
The differences between the C722 (right) and E722 drivers at address are minute. The E722 sits square, the C722 is a hair open. This difference may seem larger in the picture above because of the camera angle. Staring at them side-by-side, the E722 is also a little more rounded, making it appear a little bulkier on the toe side. This makes the face appear a bit taller, though it isn’t. Without having the clubs next to each other, it would be very hard to tell one from the other.
Sound & Feel
Much like their looks, the sounds of the E722 and C722 [review HERE ] are similar with subtle differences. That same “crack/snap” is still the dominant feature at impact, but it’s slightly quieter and lower pitched in the E722. This may be the result of of having only one weight port in the sole. Regardless, it’s a powerful sound that announces your presence with authority.
As in the C722, the feedback is very precise through the hands . If you’re paying any attention at all, you’ll know exactly where the ball met the face. This level of feedback in a highly stable driver is impressive.
The Tour Edge Exotics E722 driver has the same adjustable hosel as its brother, but it trades the Front/Back Weighting System for higher MOI. The E722 driver has a single 30 gram weight at the back of the head which pushes the MOI to 5500 g/cm² (the C722 tops out at 4,950).
Higher MOI means greater stability and more forgiveness . When you combine the high MOI with TEE’s signature technologies – Ridgeback, Carbon Wrap Tech, and Diamond Face VFT – you have a driver that produces extremely consistent results.
Every performance metric – distance, ball speed, launch angle, and spin – is very stable with the E722 driver . Even when I was first getting used to this club, the shots kept flying on similar trajectories to similar distances. If forgiveness is at the top of your wish list, the E722 needs to be one you try this year.
In comparing the E722 and C722 drivers, I found that I was a bit more comfortable with the feel of the C722 which is why it produced better numbers (yes, you can compare the numbers in the two reviews apples-to-apples). As I noted in the C722 review, the location of the CG can make a big difference in how a club feels to you, and the C722 hit a sweet spot for me. That said, it would be very easy for me to put the E722 driver in the bag in light of how consistent it is.
In the C722 and E722 drivers, Tour Edge Exotics gives players numerous shaft choices . From Mitsubishi Chemicals, they offer the TENSEI Orange, White, and Blue. The latter two come in both 65 and 75 gram versions. From Fujikura, light weight players can get what they want from the Air Speeder. Ventus Red and Ventus Blue are also available. TEE uses their Speed Tested system to recommend shafts to those that can’t be fit in person.
For players that value forgiveness and consistency above all else, the Tour Edge Exotics E722 driver is a must-try. This club doesn’t lack in distance, but it’s the predictability that really makes it special. Get it fit with the right shaft and loft and you’ll have a great year off the tee.
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Great review. I just got the c722 and could not be happier. Question: if I put a heavier weight in the back would it increase the moi a bit?
Yes, you’ve got it exactly.
I received the e722 yesterday I have an older tour edge with a draw face and my question is do any of these setting help to make a draw face?
If you set the hosel so the face is closed at address, that should help produce a draw.
What is the best setting to try to hit a draw (draw face) ?
Try the “++” setting.
I’ve got the C721 from last year and love it. I also have a couple Tour Edge hybrids which are great. Tour Edge are a very underrated company. Check them out! You won’t be disappointed. Great Review.
Matt — I am a VERY senior golfer (will leave it up to you to equate that to an approximate age) — and I have a Tour Edge XCG6 that has been in my bag for probably close to 10 years. I love it. But recently I discovered a crack in the shaft, and am vacillating between reshafting and buying a new TE. I’ve been reading about the E722 and like what I’ve discovered. My swing speed is probably right at 70 mph; my desire is forgiveness and as straight a trajectory as possible. I have discovered that I also need a shaft that is about 1″ shorter than “standard” (I’ve shrunk over the years . . .) My index is +/- 25. So: bottom line — would you recommend that E722 for me, and how might I communicate to a provider that I need a shaft adjustment? Yeah — I know I can always choke down, but I’d rather have the feel of a “full grip.” Thanks much!!
As to whether or not the E722 is a fit, my recommendation is to get a fitting. Anything short of an in person fitting is just expensive guess work. When you are ready to order a club, most manufacturers have an option for specifying club length.
I have just been for a driver fitting and the tour edge e772 was by far the best driver for me, it just felt so much better than the rest and consistant, looking forward to playing with it, really good driver
How does the e722 compare to my rbz stage 2 driver for performance. 90mph swing speed .
I don’t have any head to head data on those two. My advice is always to try it during a fitting against whatever you’re gaming now.
What is E722 driver approximate ball speed.
It depends on the player swinging it and their club speed.
Correction: what is the E722 driver approximate ball spin rate.
Same answer: depends on the person swinging it.
Will you be reviewing the 723 line in near future?
Yes, we’re working to get those in soon.
Hey Matt, I currently hit the Tour Edge “Hot Launch” E522. Driver. It is very forgiving and I hit it pretty well for a 60yr old. But it has a very unique sound. Sounds pretty much like an aluminum bat striking a baseball. I love the performance but not crazy about the sound. Does the “Exotics “ E722 have the same sound? Would the performance be matched or even maybe improved? Thank you
I think the E722 and 522 drivers sound different and perform differently. Whether or not the performance is better will be a matter of fit.
After trying the “BIG” three over the last 2 months I had to go with the Tour Edge E722… We kicked out the Mistu shaft, and did a transplant to the 60 gram Fuji Ventus Blue in a “stiff”…. Wow, what a difference…. “it might” only be 9/10 yards longer, it’s certainly 12/14 yards straighter — I mean straighter. I’ve always had a bad habit of slicing — not with this Fuji blue Ventus.. amazing.
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Tour Edge Exotics E722 Driver Review
This Tour Edge Exotics E722 driver review reveals whether the performance claims deliver for regular golfers
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Even our low-handicap golfers testing this driver thought it may have even out-performed its sister C722 geared for better players. The look is similar, although slightly larger. Put it on record: Both models are Tour Edge’s best drivers to date!
The sleek look invites you to take a super-aggressive cut at the ball
Impact sounds mighty
Misses high on the clubface tend to rocket skyward and go short
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Best known for selling “value” clubs, Tour Edge’s Exotics premium line aims to compete with the major brands. For this club, the company got feedback from its Champions Tour pros – including Bernhard Langer – while creating the design. The 460cc E722 (Extreme) offers high MOI via a 30-gram back weight, higher launch and maximum forgiveness, with more spin and slightly more offset.
We wanted to find out whether this was one of the most forgiving drivers of 2022, so we tested it up against the Tour Edge Exotics C722 driver , to find out for ourselves.
The Tour Edge Exotics 722 series crown view
The design is intricately cool. A thin “Ridgeback” spine acts as a brace – running from the clubface center through the crown and connecting with a new sole plate rail – producing more power across the entire face right to the extreme perimeter. That means a stronger, crisper impact.
Like many of the best golf drivers , the clubhead’s also made with carbon fiber from crown to sole (optimizing the CG location), and sports variable clubface thickness that extends further out to the heel and toe. This should help your ball speed when you fail to strike it from the middle of the face. In fact, there are 61 diamond shapes comprised of seven different thicknesses in an interweaving pattern on the clubface. They function as mini-trampolines, for hotter strikes all across that get you more distance.
The Tour Edge Exotics E722 driver also has a 30-gram weight at the extreme trailing edge of the sole for an extreme low-rearward CG that increases stability at impact and tightens dispersion. Additional weights are available in 20, 25 and 35 grams – individually or in a weight kit. The company also placed sound-enhancing ribs inside the clubhead, to improve impact acoustics.
As the photograph above shows, you can adjust loft up and down by two degrees, from the base lofts of 9.5, 10.5 and 12 degrees. And the shaft is scientifically paired for every flex.
In our testing, the look at address was outstanding – replete with a clearing across the crown that points squarely to the ball. The shape feel generous too and instils confidence - similar to what you get from the shaping of the Callaway Rogue ST Max driver or the PING G425 SFT driver.
Impact rings loud off the deep clubface, giving you the feeling that you nutted it – even on off-center hits. And right/left forgiveness was also reliably good. Trajectory was pleasantly high and carry was long – perhaps better than most clubs in the best drivers for high handicappers category.
With a recommended retail price of $399, we think that with the level of playability on offer, this represents excellent value for money.
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EXOTICS E722 DRIVER
This ultra-premium 460cc profile designed for maximum forgiveness takes M.O.I. to the absolute extreme! The E722 Driver features an M.O.I. boosting 30-gram Back Weight, while bringing the ultimate in power, feel and forgiveness through Tour Edge’s breakthrough Ridgeback and Diamond Face VFT technologies.
FEATURES & TECHNOLOGY
ADJUSTABLE REAR BACKWEIGHT
30-gram M.O.I. boosting back weight - this maximum weighting takes MOMENT OF INERTIA AND DEEP CG TO THE ABSOLUTE EXTREME
Ridgeback provides bracing at center face creating MORE POWER AND FEEL FROM ALL PARTS OF THE FACE
CARBON WRAP TECH
A carbon wrap from the crown extending to the sole saves extreme weight to create an ENHANCED CG PLACEMENT
DIAMOND FACE VFT TECHNOLOGY
Diamond Face VFT creates FULL FACE FORGIVENESS AND AMAZING BALL SPEED
SOUND DIFFUSION RIBBING
Multiple locations of internal sound diffusion ribbing ORCHESTRATE GORGEOUS SOUND AT IMPACT
Adjustable hosel allows loft and lie angle changes for dialing in THE PERFECT BALL FLIGHT
The shaft make-up is unique to the industry. We tested every major shaft in play on the PGA Tour using the Tour Edge Development Robot (T.E.D.) to find the best-performing shafts for key swing speeds.
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Tour Edge Exotics E722 Driver Review (Our Honest Feedback)
With a clean, muscular build, the Tour Edge Exotics e722 offers amateurs an exciting driver that lifts ball speeds, boosts forgiveness, and dramatically improves shot dispersion.
In our Tour Edge Exotics e722 driver review, we’ll break down why this golf club is our choice for the best driver for high handicappers looking for more distance.
Tour Edge E722 Driver Key Features
Tour Edge’s spine, powered by the Ridgeback Tech, stabilizes the entire carbon fiber crown. Along with the internal sound enhancing ribs, the Ridgeback Tech works to create more power for the golf ball for more distance.
Diamond Face VFT Technology
With seven different thicknesses across the hitting area, the new VFT utilizes mini trampolines placed in an interweaving pattern across the face to increase flexibility, generating more ball speed, reducing vibration, and boosting forgiveness.
Tour Edge’s patented face contouring also minimizes side spin for straighter drives without losing power.
30-Gram Back Weight
Located along the extreme trailing edge of the sole, the 30-gram weight stabilizes the entire face for high MOI. They stabilize the face by reducing twisting and assist in creating a tighter shot dispersion .
The weight also deepens the CG location to a lower area to help amateurs generate a higher launch angle and extended carry.
- Adjustable hosel raises or lowers loft by two degrees
- Forgiving driver on strikes from the toe section
- Oversized head delivers power to golf ball
- Heavier feel with 30-gram rear weight
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Our In-Depth Tour Edge Exotics E722 Driver Review
Could the Tour Edge e722 driver look better? Yes, it could. But when it comes to what we’ve gotten in the past from Tour Edge, the e722 definitely represents an improvement on past models from the company.
Our testers loved the look of the carbon fiber crown at the address. The company’s designers have given the crown a contrasting t-shape that offers a clear and helpful designated center area for lining up the drive.
With the e722, the company is moving its e-series of #1 woods into a more modern style, something our testers noted with approval during their time with these Tour Edge drivers.
The Exotics e722 driver delivers clean sound that pleased our testers on the range and the tee box. Even for our hardest swingers, the e722 performed beautifully when it came to sound. The driver didn’t pop or crunch in that annoying way that lesser drivers can sometimes show on the tee box.
Instead, the e722 offers a crisp sound that lets you know immediately if you’ve struck the drive on the center of the face.
Our testers really enjoyed the feel and immediate feedback provided by the e722. For a golf club priced at around $400, you certainly would expect premium responsiveness and we’re happy to report the e722 certainly delivered on the golf course.
The sole plate rail connects the face to the club’s rear, stabilizing the entire head for a better feel and responsiveness. The rail holds the heavier weight in place to increase MOI, helping golfers swing harder without worrying about being penalized with side spin.
The company offers a Fujikura Air Speeder shaft upgrade that can also increase feel, especially in junior and senior golfers. With four total shafts to choose from, the Tour Edge e722 driver offers more variability helping you find the right shaft.
Choosing the shaft that best fits your game gives you better control over the club’s feel.
On the tee box, our testers loved the look of the club at address, and we’re very pleased with how it performed in all aspects of the swing.
Not only did these drivers offer power but the shot dispersion stayed compact, providing reliability and dependable consistency that instills confidence, especially in high handicappers .
When we compared the e722 to other drivers from the company, we were quite impressed by the higher MOI offered by this new Tour Edge model.
Even if you make a bad swing, the MOI works incredibly hard to keep the face square through the impact zone to minimize side spin and help your drivers find the fairway.
Overall, the Tour Edge e722 driver provided more forgiveness than our testers expected, an excellent thing for high handicappers looking to reach more fairways during their round.
Tour Edge E722 Driver vs. Ping G425 Max Driver
When comparing the G425 Max to the e722, the first difference you’ll notice is how the Ping driver feels in your hands. Immediately, you can feel the craftsmanship of the G425. With terrific balance, the G425 Max creates impressive, effortless power.
Along the back of the head, the G425 Max offers adjustable weighting for immediate swing bias. If you are fighting a slice, the club can easily switch to a draw bias to help you reach the fairway more regularly.
Another stark difference between the two clubs comes with the crown of each club. The Ping G425 Max has a flared crown that looks intimidating, almost as if it was built for creating long drives.
Easily the best all-around driver on the market for high handicappers, the Ping G425 Max offers premium ball control with power to burn.
While Tour Edge might not have the full attention of the golfing world, they’ve built a stellar reputation for producing solidly well-built golf clubs that won’t kill your wallet.
Their latest driver from the Tour Edge Exotics line, the e722, is another welcome addition to the company’s stable, producing high ball speed, maximum forgiveness on off-center hits, and a patented Carbon Wrap Tech that generates staggering swing speed.
With an inviting sweet spot, high handicappers or even a senior golfer can find a higher launch across the entire face. Made for golfers with any swing speed, the Tour Edge Exotics e722 driver is well worth a look, and you should definitely check it out.
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- The new Tour Edge 722 series features two driver models.
- The E722 is for players seeking maximum forgiveness.
- The C722 is a compact, low-spin offering.
- Retail price is $399 and $429 respectively.
With the release of its 722 series drivers, Tour Edge is again asking, “Are you an E or a C?”
Is that a personal question? Probably not.
The “E or C” thing speaks to the two families within the Exotics 722 line. On one hand, we can say each of the new Exotics models is designed for a different type of golfer. On the other, we would point out that it’s not much different than anybody else’s story.
Most of the industry prefers suffixes (LS, MAX, etc.) while Tour Edge uses a single-letter prefix to convey the same information.
So to put all of this in its proper context: the E in E722 is for E xtreme . As you should be plenty aware of by now, that means higher MOI, increased forgiveness, that sort of thing.
The C in C722 as shorthand for C ompact . With that, you get a slightly smaller head and a more forward center of gravity. You lose forgiveness but the idea that a segment of players (typically listed as better players ) gets more speed and lower spin.
So again I ask, “Are you an E or a C?”
Before you answer, let’s take a moment to run through the common technologies before breaking down the individual models.
Ridgeback Technology is Tour Edge’s take on a T-bar style chassis. We first saw this design with the COBRA SpeedZone chassis though its perhaps notable that, with the launch of LTDx, COBRA has moved away from this type of construction.
Tour Edge says its Ridgeback Technology helps stabilize the center of the face which allows the heel and toe to flex more on off-center hits.
With the E722 series, Tour Edge has reduced the thickness of the Ridgeback by 20 percent. Any time you can take weight out of the top of a driver, it’s a good thing.
With the new drivers, Ridgeback Technology extends through the sole which gives both the E722 and C722 a bit of that dropped-tail look (SpeedBack, SIM, Rogue ST) that’s become common in driver design over the past few years.
Carbon Tech Wrap
The Ridgeback chassis is covered by a pair of carbon fiber pieces that wrap around the sole and crown. With the E722 driver, Tour Edge is using 34 percent more carbon fiber while the C722 leverages 26 percent more. The benefit in both cases is weight savings.
Enhanced Diamond Face VFT
Diamond Face VFT is Tour Edge’s approach to maintaining speed on off-center hits. The design features 61 individual diamond shapes and seven individual thicknesses. Diamond Face VFT effectively expands the sweet area so less speed is lost when you miss the true sweet spot.
Internal Sound Diffusion Ribbing
This isn’t so much technology as it is necessity. Any time you’re mixing materials and sticking huge weights on the back of your driver, unwanted vibrations and unpleasant sound are inevitable. By using sound dampening structures inside the head, Tour Edge can tune out the bad for more pleasing sound and feel.
It’s pretty much expected these days but it’s worth reminding you that Tour Edge drivers feature adjustable hosels. Tour Edge’s adapter offers +/- two degrees of loft adjustability and three degrees of lie angle adjustability.
With that out of the way, let’s take a closer look at the two models.
Tour Edge E722 Driver
The E722 is Tour Edge’s full-sized, max forgiveness option. That means a larger 460cc profile and a significant amount of back weighting to increase MOI.
The stock back weight is 30 grams which is among the heaviest in the industry. For those looking to dial in swing weight or, ideally, get the most out of their fitting, 20-, 25- and 35-gram weights are also available individually or as part of a kit.
As noted, the E in E722 means Extreme which is typically industry-speak for high MOI. If nothing else, it should clue you in to the idea that the E722 driver is Tour Edge’s entry into what most of the industry has adopted as the MAX category.
To that end, Tour Edge has boosted the MOI of the E722 driver by 18 percent over the previous model. To put hard numbers on it, Tour Edge put the MOI at 5500 g/cm2. That would place it just outside of the top tier which is limited to a select few drivers that are butting up against the USGA limit.
Bottom line: If the numbers prove true, the E722 driver easily qualifies as EXTREMELY forgiving.
The Tour Edge E722 Driver is available in 9.5, 10.5 and 12 degrees. Only the 10.5 model is available in left-handed.
Retail price is $399.
Tour Edge C722 Driver
The Tour Edge C722 driver is the company’s entry in the slightly undersized (455cc), front CG, low-spin category.
The core technology is the same found in the E722 with the notable differences being the smaller profile and the adjustable two-weight system instead of the large back weight.
The C722 driver ships with a 20-gram and five-gram weight standard. Moving the heavier weight to the forward position will drop spin by about 300 rpm, which is typical for the industry. You can expect launch angle to drop as well.
As you should expect given the compact design, the C722 is less forgiving than the E722. With the heavy weight forward, Tour Edge puts the MOI number at 4,400 g/cm2 which is by no means forgiving by current standards.
With the heavy weight in the back, the MOI number climbs to 4,950 g/cm2. I’d put that on the edge of forgiving while pointing out the design intent of the C722 isn’t to be super-forgiving. It’s also worth mentioning that the back position serves as a nice middle ground between the forward weight position and the E722.
The Tour Edge C722 driver is available in 9.5 and 10.5 degrees. Once again, only the 10.5 is available in left-handed.
Retail price for the Tour Edge C722 driver is $429.99.
Tour Edge 722 Series Drivers – Stock Shafts
For its 722 series drivers, Tour Edge is offering what it calls Speed Tested Stock shafts. The story is that each of the shafts has been robot tested to identify the optimal shaft for a given swing speed.
I would argue that shaft fitting isn’t nearly that simple but, if you’re looking to point someone generally in the right direction, it’s not the worst place to start. With that in mind, here’s how Tour Edge breaks down its 722 series shaft offerings by swing speed.
- Less than 85 mph: Fujikura AirSpeeder Ladies (35g), Senior 40g – R2) and Regular (40g)
- 85-95 mph: Fujiura Ventus Red 4T 50R/ 60S
- 95-105 mph: Fujikura Ventus Blue 4T 60S/60X
- 105+ mph: Mitsubishi Tensei AV Raw Blue 65 S/X
As a reminder, the Ventus 4T models feature the same construction and profile as the aftermarket/ real VeloCore Ventus. The difference is that the 4T uses a 40-ton material instead of the premium pitch-70 fiber in the bias layer.
Where Tour Edge Fits
In a rapidly changing market, it’s fair to ask where Tour Edge fits.
The company bills itself as the “pound-for-pound industry leader in performance and innovation.” In this case, pound could be a literal reference to British currency. When it comes to bang for the buck, it’s been hard to beat Tour Edge over the last several years but with drivers priced at $399 and $429 respectively, Tour Edge is no longer the least expensive game in town and that could limit the appeal of the new models.
Tour Edge E722 and C722 Drivers – Availability
Pre-sale for the Tour Edge E722 and C722 drivers begins Feb 9. Full availability begins March 4.
For more information, visit TourEdge.com.
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I’m a big fan of Tour Edge. Great products for the Senior Tour. Great products for golfers who want high quality at a more reasonable price. Tour Edge is not for golfers who only play the most expensive clubs. Nor is it for golfers who buy clubs just to impress themselves or their friends.. I’m retired so I have plenty of time to try everything new. I keep going back to Tour Edge because the Trackman numbers on their equipment meet, or surpass, the numbers on those big OEM names. I’m out to impress me and not my friends who could not care less what I play.
It’s been awhile since I ( as a Southpaw) could return to testing out out the Exotics line. With the tweaks to +/- 2°, it’s nice to try it out.
You said that the E722 was just outside the top tier of MOI. What drivers are higher?
You say the E722 is “just outside of the top tier” for MOI. So what is higher? I believe the Ping G425 is 5600.
So what else is out there in the E / Max / Forgiveness space at less than $399?
In terms of discount drivers right now, PXG is a good option.
PXG 0211 is the answer.
Have had the C721 tour edge over a year now and can honestly say I have never let anyone that has hit my driver say they want one. One of the better players in my men’s club plays a full bag of Tour Edge clubs and even he took the driver out of his bag. Take a look at the re-sale value on Tour Edge golf clubs….
Interesting comment! I have been a Tour Edge Fitter/Dealer for more than ten years, and the Exotics C721 driver has been the hottest seller, other than their C721/E721 irons, over the last year. I have fitted golfers ranging from a couple of 4 to 5 handicappers to an 18 into these Exotics drivers, and every one of them has had great results using them. One of the 5-handicap senior golfers that I fitted into the C721 driver (10.5* loft with the stock “made for” Ventus Red 4T 5R shaft has won several senior events and is among the money leaders on the winter golf tour that he plays on.
One thing that I have done with better golfers who have higher clubhead speeds is to fit their C721 drivers with aftermarket shafts. The Ventus Blue VeloCore and 661 Speeder Evolution V and Evolution VII models from Fujikura and Mitsubishi Tensei Raw shafts have been among the most popular options for these guys.
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REVIEW – Tour Edge Golf Exotics E722 Driver
“As Forgiving as They Come”
Batavia, Illinois headquartered Tour Edge Golf has emerged as one of the golf industry’s most notable up and coming brands. They’re a brand that has continually developed and brought to market premium golf products that you may not consider because they don’t offer huge endorsement dollars to tour professionals. For this reason, their exposure to serious and recreational golfers alike causes Tour Edge Exotics to come up a little short from a market share perspective. Yet, with all of this said the brand has seen increased and record-setting profits over the last several years.
A quick dive into their history shows us that Tour Edge Golf Founder and President David Glod started the company back in 1986. Several years later, Tour Edge Golf introduced its original “Combo Brazed” metalwoods and in case you were unaware, that golf club had a bit of a “cult” following. A fairway wood that produced distance that golfers typically saw with their driver. The hype then was real and well-warranted.
As far as I’m concerned, Tour Edge Golf Exotics really got themselves kick-started in 2019 with their Exotics EXS range of products. That was when Tour Edge Golf announced to the golfing world that you could develop products that were second to nobody . All the whilst using premium components and top-shelf R&D all without producing a premium price tag. Refreshing, considering where the price of golf equipment was and continues to trend. Tour Edge Golf’s “stock” continued to increase and trend upward the following year in 2020 with the Exotics EXS 220, and again in 2021 with the Exotics 721 range.
*** Editor’s Note: Just to clarify, Tour Edge Golf does have a range of products geared more towards recreational players. This line-up is called the Tour Edge Golf Hot Launch series. Even though they share similar product monikers they are different.
The Exotics 721 series was a bit of a juggernaut. You started to see more and more players across the worldwide tour’s (PGA TOUR Champions in particular) gaming the brand. In 2021, John Daly quietly played the Exotics C721 irons. But the big signing for Tour Edge Golf happened when living legend, Bernhard Langer, signed a multi-year deal to play the Exotics brand.
2022 brought more excitement to the Tour Edge Golf stable. Both Alex Cejka and Canadian Mike Weir next signed multi-year deals to play Exotics. Mike Weir was of special interest because he was previously with TaylorMade Golf, a brand that he was with for as long as I can remember. A noteworthy signing because now there was a “lefty” in their midst which would hopefully create more offerings for those on “that” side of the golf ball. One of the complaints that I’ve received in the past has been the lack of love shown to left-handed players. Also, seeing that Canadian golf retail giant Golf Town is a sponsor of Mike Weir, maybe that would mean more Exotics brand exposure north of the “49th Parallel”. For the record, I have never seen an Exotics product in a Golf Town.
What drove the likes of 2003 Masters Champion Mike Weir to choose to play Exotics when he could have signed with anyone? The answer lies within Exotics 722 Series.
For 2022, the entire Exotics line-up comes in two options and with it, a question for golfers. “Are you an E or C?” . Where the “C” or “Competition Spec” product range targets the “better player” because it has attributes that the better player looks for (lower spin and smaller footprints) the “E” or “Extreme Spec” offers golfers more forgiveness and easier to hit and launch products. Some of the features of the Exotics E722 driver include…
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Tour Edge Exotics E722 Driver
This ultra-premium 460cc profile designed for maximum forgiveness takes M.O.I. to the absolute extreme! The E722 Driver features an M.O.I. boosting 30-gram Back Weight, while bringing the ultimate in power, feel and forgiveness through Tour Edge’s breakthrough Ridgeback™ and Diamond Face VFT ™ technologies.
30-Gram Back Weight An extreme weighting design features a 30-gram weight at the extreme trailing edge on the sole of the clubhead. The E722 Driver’s extreme low-rearward CG position produces an extremely high M.O.I. that is 18% higher to increase stability at impact and tighter dispersion. This equates to a top Moment of Inertia rating in a driver in golf: a 5500 g/cm2 M.O.I. rating.
Ridgeback Technology Ridgeback Tech is a power producer. This spine acts as a brace to produce more power across the entire face, including the extreme perimeters. The spine runs from the center of the face through the crown and wraps around the head to connect with a newly designed sole plate. Ridgeback is designed to create superior feel at impact. The extra rigidity created by the brace through the crown produces a much stronger feel at impact and results in a crisper and brighter feel at strike.
Carbon Wrap Tech Carbon Wrap technology replaced extra Titanium from the crown and sole with an extreme wrap-around design that features 34% more carbon fiber. These weight savings have been re-purposed to create the optimal CG location, allowing the additional weight to be 82% closer to the face, allowing for greater face flex in the heel and toe so off-center hits achieve greater power.
Diamond Face VFT Technology New Diamond Face VFT is made up of diamond shapes of variable face thickness behind the face. There are 61 diamond shapes that function as mini-trampolines featured on Diamond Face VFT, comprising of seven different thicknesses in an interweaving pattern. It’s thinner and extends further out to the heel and toe of the clubhead, dramatically increasing ball speed on off-center hits while also greatly aiding forgiveness on these strikes.
Internal Sound Diffusion Ribbing Sound Diffusion Ribbing is strategically placed sound-enhancing ribs located inside the clubhead. The S.D. Ribbing vastly improves the acoustic properties by directing and diffusing sound waves within the club head at impact.
Adjustable Hosel The adjustable hosel allows golfers to adjust the loft +/- 2 degrees and lie angle through a range of 3 degrees.
SpeedTested Shafts Every shaft in the Exotics 722 Series has been SpeedTested to find the optimal custom shaft pairing for every flex, determined by robotic testing, and validated by player testing.
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Tour Edge Exotics 722 Drivers
There has been a good amount of anticipation surrounding the 2022 product release from Tour Edge, which is testament to the success they have had the past three releases. Not only have they formed a plan and used it to create momentum, they have increased it every single release cycle.
The C721 drivers were proof that Tour Edge could innovate toe to toe with the biggest names in the golf industry, and they gained significant play on the PGA Tour Champions circuit as well as being much lauded by everyday golfers on the THP Forum here . That said, it was definitely an outside the box design visually, making it little surprise that the Tour Edge Exotics 722 Driver options would be more refined, but make no mistake, they are also further advanced technologically as well, with two options, E and C, creating what Tour Edge believes is their most robust driver release ever.
Tour Edge Exotics 722 Driver Choices
The C721 driver was one that no one saw coming. The Ridgeback technology combined with Diamond Face was proof that Tour Edge was unafraid to swing for the fences when it came to their Exotics lineup. Best yet? It performed, being one of the most forgiving and low spin drivers that we have ever tested at THP.
One very interesting move for 2022 however, beyond the tech changes which we will get into, is the commitment made to optimization by Tour Edge. This year, the 722 drivers will have two different ranges, Extreme (E) and Competition (C). The decision to expand like this comes from what Tour Edge has seen from their Hot Launch lineup and the fitting options it has given them, so it only made sense to bring it to Exotics. This move means a broader fitting matrix for the Exotics lineup, and options for those seeking low spin speed as well as high M.O.I and playability.
Personally, this also feels like Tour Edge is taking their “Pro” line, which has for the past two cycles been a limited release “Tour Van” style option, and instead using it to bolster the main release. Now, this is just my outside take on it all, as it’s not something the company has really acknowledged doing with this release, but it makes a ton of sense.
Rather than talking tech as a whole, it is better to dive into each model individually.
2022 Tour Edge Exotics E722 Driver
The E722 is the 460cc maximum forgiveness option of the new Exotics drivers from Tour Edge. This one definitely hits more in line with the traditional initial release we have seen from the company the past few cycles as it is all about maximizing M.O.I. with ample rearward weighting which will also help with easier overall launch.
That backweight is actually 30g placed as far back, and low, as Tour Edge could get it onto an almost fin like design trait which seemingly is becoming the norm more than the exception in the industry the past few years. The placement actually makes for 18% higher M.O.I. than we saw in the C721 and a staggeringly high rating of 5500 g/cm 2 . More M.O.I. means more stability, and the E722 is at the top of the industry there based on those numbers. There will also be additional weights available for deeper fitting and fine tuning.
Ridgeback is still present, though refined, and visually it will give that same address look that got many talking about the C721 last year. It remains a look that some love and others struggle with, but it does get people talking. This year, the Ridgeback spine is 20% thinner and connects to a redesigned sole plate that adds rigidity. The goal there is more efficient retention of ball speed, and a hotter overall experience at impact.
With the refined Ridgeback, the Carbon Wrap Tech that Tour Edge is using now has 34% more carbon fiber in play, this means weight savings that have allowed CG manipulation internally that Tour Edge could not accomplish last year. According to their testing, it has made a notable difference on heel and toe strikes in both stability and speed retention.
Internally, Tour Edge has remained committed to their Internal Sound Diffusion Ribbing technique which has made for some of the better, and unique, sounding drivers on the market. Additionally, Diamond Face has been reconfigured to include 61 diamond shapes of 7 different thicknesses. The face is also now thinner and that allowed them to stretch it more to the heel and toe to help increase performance on off center strikes.
The E722 driver features Tour Edge’s adjustable hosel (+/- 2° loft, 3° of lie angle adjustability) and will be available in 9.5°, 10.5° (LH available), as well as 12° options. Shafts will be based on Tour Edge’s SpeedTested optimization and we will have more on that soon. The E722 will come in priced at $399.99.
2022 Tour Edge Exotics C722 Driver
On the other side of things, we have the “Competition” spec option, the C722. This represents the low spin and high-speed seeking segment of golfers, essentially what the “Pro” models had done previously, but released now and not later in the season. This is a 445cc head which also has a deeper face than the E722 along with compact shaping that will appeal to the more demanding player.
The design features a new to Tour Edge Front/Back weighting system which functions as a two-tier design which can tune in both M.O.I. as well as spin rate depending on where the 20g and 5g weights are placed. At standard, the drivers will come heavy forward, which fits the overall sentiment of the C722. Based on the internal testing, Tour Edge is claiming +/- 300 RPM of spin change. Worth noting, the head M.O.I. measures 4,400 with the heavy weight forward, and 4,900 with it back. As is customary for Tour Edge, there will be weight kits available for purchase upon release.
As was the case of the E722, the C722 also features a refined Ridgeback design that is 20% thinner and connects to a sole plate which has been redesigned to help increase the overall rigidity of the clubhead, and thus improve its speed efficiency. The Carbon Wrap surrounding the Ridgeback managed to replace 26% of the added Titanium in the crown and the sole, which helped offset things to allow further CG manipulation.
Diamond Face is alive in the C722 and as was the case with the E722 there are 61 diamonds of 7 different thicknesses. With the C, they have drastically reduced the thickness at the edges of the clubface which has added to ball speed on misses. Sound wise, the C722 also uses the Internal Sound Diffusion Ribbing to help create a unique and balanced sounding clubhead.
Full hosel adjustability is present with Tour Edge’s adapter (+/- 2° loft, 3° of lie angle adjustability), this driver will also be available in 9.5°, 10.5° (LH available), and 12° options. Shaft options will be offered based on Tour Edge’s SpeedTuned program and we will get more information on those soon. The C722 will hit a higher price point than the E722, coming in at $429.99.
Stay tuned to THP for much more coming very soon on the entire E722 and C722 Exotics lineup from Tour Edge. Are these something that catches your eye or intrigue? Let us know how you feel in the comments below or on the THP Community .
For more information on the Tour Edge Exotics 722 Driver options, check out their website at www.touredge.com .
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- Ridgeback Technology - Ridgeback Tech is a power producer. This Ridgeback spine acts as a brace to produce more power across the entire face, including the extreme perimeters.
- Carbon Wrap Tech - Carbon Wrap technology replaced extra Titanium from the crown and sole with an extreme wrap-around design that features 34% more carbon fiber
- 30-Gram Back Weight - An extreme weighting design features a 30-gram weight at the extreme trailing edge on the sole of the clubhead.
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Exotics E722 Driver This ultra-premium 460cc profile designed for maximum forgiveness takes M.O.I. to the absolute extreme! The E722 Driver features an M.O.I. boosting 30-gram Back Weight, while bringing the ultimate in power, feel and forgiveness through Tour Edge’s breakthrough Ridgeback and Diamond Face VFT technologies. 30-Gram Back Weight - An extreme weighting design features a 30-gram weight at the extreme trailing edge on the sole of the clubhead. The E722 Driver’s extreme low-rearward CG position produces an extremely high M.O.I. that is 18% higher to increase stability at impact and tighter dispersion. This equates to a top Moment of Inertia rating in a driver in golf: a 5500 g/cm2 M.O.I. rating. Ridgeback Technology - Ridgeback Tech is a power producer. This Ridgeback spine acts as a brace to produce more power across the entire face, including the extreme perimeters. TE engineers created a 20% thinner Ridgeback with increased structural properties and a Ridgeback Sole activation for the E722 Driver. The spine runs from the center of the face through the crown and wraps around the head to connect with a newly designed sole plate. Carbon Wrap Tech - Carbon Wrap technology replaced extra Titanium from the crown and sole with an extreme wrap-around design that features 34% more carbon fiber. These weight savings have been re-purposed to create the optimal CG location, allowing the additional weight to be 82% closer to the face, allowing for greater face flex in the heel and toe so off-center hits achieve greater power. Internal Sound Diffusion Ribbing - Sound Diffusion Ribbing is strategically placed sound-enhancing ribs located inside the clubhead. The S.D. Ribbing vastly improves the acoustic properties by directing and diffusing sound waves within the club head at impact. Adjustable Hosel - The adjustable hosel allows golfers to adjust the loft +/- 2 degrees and lie angle through a range of 3 degrees.
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How To Adjust a Tour Edge Exotics E722 Driver (Adjustment Guide – Loft & Lie)
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Need to know how to adjust a Tour Edge Exotics E722 driver to switch the loft and lie angles? We have a complete guide and adjustment chart.
The Tour Edge Exotics E722 driver is fully adjustable with a hosel offering you the opportunity to adjust the loft to increase or decrease your launch angle.
The amount of driver adjustment you can make differs from brand to brand but the step-by-step guide below shows you how the Tour Edge Exotics E722 driver can be adjusted.
Tour Edge Exotics E722 Driver Lofts
The Tour Edge Exotics E722 driver is sold in three standard lofts of 9 degrees, 10.5 degrees and 12 degrees for right handers but only 10.5 degrees for left handers.
Tour Edge Exotics E722 Driver Specs
Loft: 9 degrees, 10.5 degrees and 12 degrees
Standard Length: 45.5 inches
Standard Lie: 59 degrees
Adjustability: The adjustable hosel allows golfers to adjust the loft +/- 2 degrees and lie angle through a range of 3 degrees.
Adjusting The Loft Angle of a Tour Edge Exotics E722 Driver
There are a few simple steps you can take to adjust the loft angle of your driver. You will just need an adjustment tool or wrench to get started.
Here’s how to adjust a Tour Edge Exotics E722 driver:
1. Locate the screw on the sole of your Tour Edge Exotics E722 driver that attaches the driver head to the shaft.
2. Using the wrench, loosen the screw by turning anticlockwise.
3. Once the screw is fully out, you can rotate the adjustable hosel to a lower loft or a higher loft depending on your preference. You will notice the loft figure you had the driver set to and be able to turn the shaft to up to 16 further options.
4. When you have turned the hosel to your required loft, slot the shaft back into your club head. Your new loft will be display through the window on most drivers.
5. Put the screw back in place and tighten with the wrench by turning clockwise. When it is fully tight, you will hear a crank that sounds like the driver is cracking. At this point, the screw is as tight as needed.
Every time you want to adjust the loft, you repeat this process.
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The TRL Gear Talk you’ve been waiting for! Kris and I do the Tour Edge Exotics C722 vs E722 driver shootout! Ok, it’s really more of a test, but that sounds more exciting!
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hi i really like your videos and articles, i m from montreal quebec i m an old hockey players ans swing around 98 to 103 mph of course with the 440 cc smaller head maybe i ll swing faster,we don t have tour edge rep sale here ,i want a c 722 but don t know wich loft or shaft to order, would you please recommande a nice combo, i had a 440 cc yonex driver it was my favorite driver ever thank you.
Unfortunately, that’s not really enough information to make a suggestion from. If you read the review on our site, Tour Edge used a speed testing process that recommends the Fujikura Ventus Blue, but that’s about the best I can do for you. It won’t address your launch angle and other swing characteristics.
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The larger footprint of the two models exudes off-center-hit forgiveness, which is enhanced by a 20-gram sliding weight in the rear perimeter. That positioning pushes the center of gravity deeper for off-center-hit stability, the highest in company history. Still, letting that rear weight slide to draw or fade positions can soften those kinds of mis-hits by as much as 10 yards, per the company. The face-thickness pattern, which features rows of interwoven diamond shapes, gets thinner on the E723 for extra forgiveness where the target player often makes contact.
- This model is the largest of the two and features a 20-gram rear weight for the highest stability in a driver in company history.
- The rear weight can be positioned in draw, fade or neutral positions to tweak left or right misses.
- Three 40-gram shaft options provide higher launch possibilities for slower swingers.
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Has an incredibly large sweet spot. No matter where I make contact on the face, I get a consistent medium-flighted draw. Supreme reliability.
A pretty club with a subtle two-tone head and a nice alignment aid. Easy to hit a high cut that doesn't slide too much with minimal spin. Jumps off the face and gets good distance.
I get a higher than normal ball flight and more carry. The T-square crown design helps me square the face at address.
Max-out Your Speed and Carry Distance with The Driver
Whether you want more distance or a consistent shot shape, you need one skill above all others: the ability to make flush contact with the ball. It’s the No. 1 fundamental in golf, and without it, this game can be an eternal mystery. Here, Sean Hogan, one of Golf Digest’s Best Teachers in Florida, helps you improve your impact with the driver.
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EXCELLENT !!! TOUR EDGE E 722 9.5*DRIVER !!! - $200 (Sandpoint)
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EXCELLENT !!! TOUR EDGE E 722 9.5*DRIVER !!! - sporting goods - by...
Excellent Plus !!! Tour Edge E722 9.5* Driver ( Adjustable from 7.5* - 11.5* ) Brand New Black Atmos 45.5” Stiff Flex shaft ( 54 Gram shaft, this is a light driver ) Brand New Winn 2.0 Dri-Tac Grip....