Newest line features Ridgeback™, RyzerSole™ and Diamond Face™ Technologies. Two Unique Designs in Every 722 Category for the First Time in an Exotics Series
Tour Edge, the pound for pound industry leader in performance and innovation, introduces their new Exotics 722 Series of golf clubs that are available for pre-order.
Today, Tour Edge announced the all-new Exotics 722 Series metalwoods in their biggest Exotics launch in company history.
For the first time in an Exotics lineup, the 722 Series will offer two distinct ranges covering every product category in the series, the E722 and C722.
This means there will be two separate drivers, fairways, hybrids, and iron designs.
There is also a new Ti-Utility iron being launched on the C side of 722.
Both the Extreme (E) and Competition (C) ranges feature new technologies and setups designed to produce different playing characteristics targeting a specific player looking for unique performance qualities.
“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,” said Tour Edge founder and President David Glod.
“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.”
The new ultra-premium, high-performance Exotics 722 Series will be available for purchase worldwide on March 5, 2022.
“We hit a really nice groove with 721, so the 722 design goals were all about optimizing everything we could in the design phase,” said Glod. “This meant putting our focus on optimizing CG, spin and M.O.I. for every player, adding launch without adding spin, adding some really cool adjustability that will be vital to our tour efforts, all while improving on our industry leading sound and feel. We nailed every design goal and it’s showing up in the testing across the board.”