The limited-edition Tour Edge Exotics Pro 721 driver, fairways and hybrids have been announced and they share many design features with the regular 721 models. However, with smaller heads and the CG close to face for low ball spin they are targeted for play by players with high swing speeds.

Fast Facts Tour Edge Exotics Pro 721


Classic pear shape matte finish 440cc clubhead
Low spin design
Deeper and shorter heel to toe
3 grams adjustable heel and toe weights
Crown carbon fiber panels front and rear
Beta titanium face 43 internal diamond shapes 7 thicknesses
Adjustable hosel +/- 2.0°
Stock shaft: Mitsubishi Tensei AV Raw
Stock grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360
Stock lofts: 9.5°, 10.5°
At retail August 13, 2021–$449.99

  • Fairway Woods
  • Compact 155cc matte finish clubhead
  • Low spin design
  • Deeper and shorter heel to toe
  • Crown carbon fiber panels front and rear
  • Heel and toe adjustable weights
  • Face 43 internal diamond shapes 5 thicknesses
  • Stock shaft: Mitsubishi Tensei AV Raw
  • Stock grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360
  • Stock lofts: 3-wood 13.5°, 15°, 16.5°
  • At retail August 13, 2021–$299.99

Hybrids

  • Compact 85cc matte finish clubhead
  • Low spin design
  • Face deeper and squarer
  • Crown stainless steel
  • Heel and toe adjustable weights
  • Face 41 internal diamond shapes 5 thicknesses
  • Stock shaft: Mitsubishi Tensei AV Raw Blue Hybrid
  • Stock grip: Golf Pride Tour Velvet 360
  • Stock lofts: 17°, 18°, 19°, 20°
  • At retail August 13, 2021–$249.99

WYNTK:

The Tour Edge Exotics family expands dramatically with the addition of the Pro 721 drivers, fairway woods and hybrids. All are designed to produce low spin with smaller heads than the previous 721s made for recreational golfers. Pro 721s will be attractive visually to better players who typically have higher swing speeds as well as providing the performance they want.

The Pro 721 family carries the tagline “Straight from the Tour Van” and will be offered only in a 1,000-piece run limited edition of each model.

The idea is to provide better ball strikers with low spin penetrating shots for added distance by pushing the center of gravity near to the face with the and fairway woods open at address and the hybrid square.

“We’ve become the leader in low spin and Pro 721 is taking that to a new level,” said Tour Edge founder and Master Club Designer David Glod. “These designs lead to penetrating shots with an extremely tight dispersion that maxes out distance, while still offering healthy launch angles.”

We particularly took note of their special Diamond Face seen first last year. The 2.0 version uses multiple diamond shapes of variable thickness on the interior of the face to act as what Tour Edge calls “mini-trampolines.” Their testing shows faster ball speeds and better retention of ball speed when impact is not in the center of the face.

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