Tour Edge Exotics 722 Series

Tour Edge Exotics 722 Series

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Exotics E722 and C722 Range

Tour Edge has developed its all-new Exotics 722 Series, which includes Metalwoods, Irons and a Utility iron. The 722 family features two distinct line ups, the E722 and C722. Both ranges include advancements in technologies by Tour Edge and deliver different playing characteristics. ‘E’ means Extreme. And, best suits golfers who are looking for increased accuracy, ease of ball flight and across the board better playability. ‘C’ stands for Competition. And, is ideally matched to golfers who want more adjustability, faster ball speed and lower spinning launch.

Exotics E722 driver, fairway, hybrid, and iron
Built for maximum forgiveness, the 460cc E722 driver boasts Tour Edge’s new Ridgeback technology. The innovative feature includes a spine that runs from the center of the face through the crown and wraps around the head to join with the newly designed sole plate rail. The Ridgeback spine acts like a brace producing more power and feel at impact. E722 driver contains a 30-gram weight at the extreme trailing edge on the sole. The cleverly positioned back weight provides a low-rearward center of gravity and an extremely high moment of inertia to produce higher launch and spin. Off-center strikes perform with greater power due to Carbon Wrap Technology. By replacing titanium with 34% more carbon fiber, engineers were able to re-purpose weight savings to develop the ultimate center of gravity position for improved face flex in the heel and toe. New Diamond Face VFT Technology positions 61 diamond shapes of varying thicknesses on the clubface, which perform as mini trampolines to increase ball speed at impact. E722 driver includes an adjustable hosel to change the loft loft +/- 2 degrees and lie angle through a range of 3 degrees. E driver: Available Lofts in Right-Handed: 9.5°, 10.5°, 12°. Available Lofts in Left-Handed: 10.5°

The shallow-faced E722 fairway metal and E722 hybrid feature the RyzerSole™ sole rail designed to produce high-launching shots, faster ball speed, optimised spin rates and decreased turf interaction. Loaded with innovations for extreme forgiveness and distance, the E fairway and E hybrid contain a boosting adjustable 10-gram backweight, a Maraging Steel Face and Tour Edge’s new Diamond Face VFT™ design. E fairway: Available Lofts in Right-Handed: #3/13°, #3/15°, #3/16.5°, #5/18°, #7/21°. Available Lofts in Left-Handed: #3/15°, #5/18°. E hybrid: Available Lofts in Right-Handed: #2/17°, #3/19° #4/22°, #5/25°. Available Lofts in Left-Handed: #3/19°.

E722 irons contain a larger head design, a thicker topline and are more offset. E irons are jam-packed with technologies for extreme distance and forgiveness. Power lofted with stronger lofts, E irons are built for extra distance and long game improvement. Tour Edge’s revolutionary Dual VIBRCOR Technology consists of a high-grade TPU compound strategically placed in the deep undercut pocket. The speed-inducing and feel-enhancing VIBCOR technology partners with the extremely thick and light TPU material to further improve the feel and ball speeds off the clubface. The brand’s breakthrough Diamond Face VFT technology adds performance to E irons power and feel.

Exotics C722 driver, fairway, hybrid, iron and utility
When compared with E722 driver, C722 driver offers a smaller and more compact 445cc profile, a deeper face and a minimal offset shape. Another differential between the models is the weighting system. C722 employs a two-tier front/ back weight system with a 20-gram weight in the back and a 5-gram weight in the front for industry-leading moment of inertia and spin rate manipulation. Similar with the E driver, C driver includes Tour Edge’s Ridgeback Technology, Carbon Wrap Technology, Diamond Face VFT Technology and adjustable hosel. C driver: Available Lofts in Right-Handed: 9.5°, 10.5°. Available Lofts in Left-Handed: 10.5°.

The player preferred shaped C722 fairway metal and C722 hybrid follows the design qualities of the C722 driver by featuring a deeper face, a more compact head and a minimal offset design—when compared with the E722 fairway metal and hybrid. C fairway boasts Tour Edge’s 90-gram RyzerSole, which includes an 80-gram permanent Tungsten weight and a 10-gram adjustable weight. The newly designed sole provides a super low and forward center of gravity to help produce high launching shots with low spin rates. C hybrid has an adjustable 10-gram weight located directly behind the face to lower spin rates while increasing trajectory. C fairway and C hybrid feature Diamond Face VFT technology to power increased ball speeds and forgiveness on all shots. C fairway and C hybrid have an adjustable hosel allows golfers to adjust the loft +/- 1.5 degrees up or down. The adjustable hosel is a first ever in an Exotics hybrid. C fairway: Available Lofts in Right-Handed: #3/13°, #3/15°, #5/18°. C hybrid: Available Lofts in Right-Handed: #2/17°, #3/19° #4/21°, #5/23°.

C722 irons are the player’s distance iron. The classic-looking irons contain a smaller clubhead design, shorter blade length, a thinner topline and traditional lofting from iron to iron. Like the E iron, C iron boasts Tour Edge’s Dual VIBRCOR Technology and Diamond Face VFT technology. C iron is a hollow body design offering extreme perimeter weighting for forgiveness. It includes an ultra-high strength military grade steel face. The C722 family is complete with the new Exotics

C722 Ti-Utility Iron. Displaying a compact head shape with added offset, C Ti-Utility presents the look of a classic forged iron with the power and distance of a metalwood—it’s the ideal replacement club for golfers seeking faster ball speeds, lower spin rates and great sound and feel qualities. Available Lofts in Right-Handed: #2/17°, #3/19°, #4/22°, #5/25°.

The question is…are you an ‘E’ or a ‘C’?

Available in-store and online Early-August at Australia's Biggest

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