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  1. REVIEW: Tour Edge EXS 220 Fairway Woods

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  2. Tour Edge Exotics C722 Fairway Wood Review

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  3. Tour Edge Exotics E722 Fairway Wood Review

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  4. Tour Edge Exotics E723 Fairway Wood Review

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  5. Tour Edge Exotics Pro 721 Fairway Wood Review

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  6. 4 Tour Edge fairway woods tested and reviewed

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  1. Tour Edge Hot Launch E522 Fairway Wood

  2. Tour Edge Exotics 723 Fairway Commercial

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  4. Tour Edge Hot Launch C524 Fairway and Hybrid tech breakdown with Matt Adams

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COMMENTS

  1. 4 Tour Edge fairway woods tested and reviewed

    Tour Edge Exotics Pro 721 fairway woods $299.99 The straight-from-the-tour-van Exotics Pro 721 fairway wood is a limited-edition small batch production of three lofts that is being offered to the ...

  2. Tour Edge Hot Launch C524 & E524 Fairway Wood Review

    Both Hot Launch fairway woods use Tour Edge's Diamond Face VFT to provide strong ball speed from heel to toe. My ball speed with these clubs was not as high as other FWs, in large part due to the shaft not being a great fit, but the speed was consistent across the face. Both the E524 and C524 do a good job turning mishits into playable results.

  3. Tour Edge Hot Launch C523 and E523 Fairway Wood Review

    The Tour Edge Hot Launch E523 and C523 fairway woods are similar in looks, but their defining characteristics set them apart. While both versions sport a glossy crown with a "523" alignment aid, the E523 fairway wood (above) is rounder in shape with a healthy amount of offset. The E523 sits low to the ground with a single adjustable weight ...

  4. Tour Edge Exotics C721 Fairway Wood Review

    The Exotics C721 is the best sounding fairway wood I've hit in recent memory . Unprovoked, a friend trying the C721 proclaimed: "Wow, I love the sound.". Mid-volume with a treble tone, the sound hitting a urethane ball is a crisp, semi-metallic 'tick'. Kudos to the Tour Edge designers who created such a rich, pleasant sound.

  5. Tour Edge Exotics E723 Fairway Woods Review

    The Bottom Line. Tour Edge Exotics E723 fairway wood ranks 12th overall in our best fairway woods 2023. E723 fairway wood ranks 3rd for forgiveness and 6th for accuracy, which make it an enticing option in the fairway wood category. It does lack distance relative to the field, so this may turn golfers away.

  6. Tour Edge Hot Launch 521 Fairway Wood Review

    Wrong! The Tour Edge Hot Launch C521 specifically flat out feels incredible. Like the powerhouse EXS 220 fairway wood, the C521 fairway wood has Diamond Face in it which makes the face both forgiving and powerful. These diamonds behind the face act as mini trampolines help increase forgiveness and help the ball jump off faster.

  7. Our Honest Tour Edge Exotics C721 Fairway Wood Review

    Our In-Depth Tour Edge Exotics C721 Fairway Wood Review. Looks. When some people see the price of Tour Edge clubs, they assume they won't look professional. As shown in the appearance of the C721 Fairway, that assumption couldn't be farther from the truth. The C721 Fairway Wood offers a sleek black color scheme peppered with the modern ...

  8. Tour Edge Exotics Pro 721 Fairway Wood Review

    264.5. 285.1. When Tour Edge says the Exotics Pro 721 fairway wood is low-spin bomber for players with faster swing speeds, they aren't lying. In my testing, I had multiple 3 WOODS rolling out to just over 290 yards. These shots were absolute missiles piercing through the air with little regard to any wind trying to get in the way.

  9. Tour Edge Hot Launch E522 Fairway Wood Review

    3400. 252.9. 265.1. Like its predecessor, the Tour Edge Hot Launch E522 is extremely easy to launch courtesy of the Houdini Sole. This also adds more spin to the shot to help keep the ball in the air for greater carry distance. While better players may be looking for more piercing launches and less spin, the player that the E522 fairway wood is ...

  10. Tour Edge Exotics E723 Fairway Wood Review

    The Tour Edge Exotics E723 fairway wood has a round, symmetrical shape at address and an above average footprint . The shape keeps it from appearing too large in any given direction, but this is a fairly big club. Carbon fiber covers most of the crown, but there is a ribbon of gloss black nearest the ball with a "723" alignment aid.

  11. Tour Edge Hot Launch 524 drivers, fairway woods, hybrids: What you need

    Tour Edge Hot Launch 524 drivers, fairway woods, hybrids: What you need to know. By Mike Stachura. February 06, 2024 ... 2024 Hot List: Best new golf clubs, equipment reviews Glod says the ...

  12. Tour Edge Exotics C722 Fairway Wood Review

    Tour Edge has a few different fairway woods that are new for 2022, but the flagship model for better players is the Exotics C722, which is loaded with technology. Included are a carbon fiber crown, titanium body, 90-gram sole plate, fast, responsive clubface, and adjustable hosel for achieving optimal performance.

  13. Tour Edge Exotics 723 fairway woods, hybrids: What you need to know

    WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: The Tour Edge Exotics 723 line of fairway woods and hybrids comes in two distinctly divided categories, the game-improvement E723 and the better-player C723. The E723 ...

  14. Tour Edge Exotics EXS Fairway Wood Review

    The EXS fairway wood is designed to fit a different player than Tour Edge Exotics's CBX model. Where the CBX is a "spin killer" for the accomplished player, the EXS is a more accessible, playable club. This comes through in the look. Where the CBX fairway wood has a very compact head free of alignment aids, the EXS is larger and has TEE ...

  15. Tour Edge Exotics 721 Fairway Wood Review

    The Looks. The overall footprint from address has changed a bit in the Tour Edge Exotics 721 fairway wood. Standing over the club, the 721 fairway wood's head shape is more of a "D shape" as opposed to the EXS 220's pear shape. This change in head shape allowed Tour Edge to bring the center of gravity (CG) lower and further back in the ...

  16. Expert Review: Tour Edge Hot Launch C523 Fairway Wood

    The Tour Edge Hot Launch C523 Fairway Wood is great for attacking pins on those long par 3s and approach shots on par 5s. This club is geared toward mid-handicappers who need a club to help them from a distance. This club is not one's usual Tour Edge Wood, as it has the technology and composition that competes with Titleist, Cobra, Callaway, etc.

  17. Tour Edge Exotics C723 Fairway Woods Review

    The Tour Edge Exotics C723 Fairway Wood is designed for competitive players who are seeking a compact profile and deeper face to generate low spin power. It is specifically tailored for better players who prioritize control and precision in their game.

  18. Tour Edge Exotics EX10 Fairway Wood Review

    The EX10 fairway wood has a conventional look at address with a gloss black crown, medium size, and just a touch of asymmetry. A small Exotics "E" alignment aid is the only indication of this club's lineage. When you flip the club over, there's more to see. Most noticeable is the SlipStream sole which is designed to minimize drag ...

  19. Tour Edge Hot Launch C522 Fairway Wood Review

    As the competitive spec option in the Tour Edge Hot Launch lineup, the C522 fairway wood carries an overall traditional look. The footprint is moderate with a classic slight pear shape and a medium-depth face. Honestly, the C522 isn't far off from the similar shapes of the premium exotics fairway woods from the past few generations.

  20. Tour Edge Hot Launch C524 Iron Review

    Ihad never struck a Tour Edge golf club before the Hot Launch C524 Irons arrived on my doorstep, so I was keen to see if they could perform as well as some of the best ironson the market for a ...

  21. Tour Edge Exotics E722 Fairway Wood Review

    The Tour Edge Exotics E722 fairway wood comes with a huge array of shaft choices at no upcharge . For players seeking something ultra-light, there's the Fujikura Air Speeder at under 50 grams. Fujikura also offers the Ventus Red and Ventus Blue. Mitsubishi has a trio of TENSEI shafts - Orange, Blue, and White - in the 65 and 75 gram ...

  22. Tour Edge Exotics E723 Fairway Wood Review

    264.8. 271.5. Hopefully you've picked up by now that the Tour Edge Exotics E723 fairway wood is designed to be extremely forgiving and easy to get up in the air. I found this to be quite true in my testing. For a fairway wood, getting the ball in the air and carrying was pretty effortless. The Ryzersole is a rail that runs the length of the ...

  23. Tour Edge E8 Tour Fairway Wood Review

    50 Words or Less. The E8 Tour fairway wood expands Tour Edge's already-great E8 family to include something for the very best fairway wood players. Great looks and adjustability plus the distance you expect from Tour Edge Exotics. Introduction. It's become standard practice for companies to release two models of everything: a standard model for the regular golfers and a Tour or Pro model ...