REVIEW: Tour Edge Exotics C721 Driver
The Tour Edge Exotics C721 Driver has a distinctive “Ridgeback Technology” which is a t-shape titanium crown frame which creates rigidity and power as the club smashes into the ball. It really feels like a transfer of energy from swing to launch. The Ridgeback is pair with carbon wings which reduce weight, improve sound and allow them to keep the MOI high and CG low. Visually it is a really nice cue for lining up tee shots straight down the fairway. You point it down the line and return it to that line for straight and powerful drives. The Ridgeback is paired with a low rear weight which is screwed in and can be adjusted with the purchase of other weights.
The Tour Edge Exotics C721 Driver also feature “Diamond Face 2.0” which is their take on variable face thickness for maintaining speed on off center hits. I found this driver to be as fast as any on shots all over the face. It didn’t seem like I needed to “hit it on the screws” to get great distance off the tee. Essentially the sweet spot is huge on this driver. The face is on the shallower side for drivers so much of the forgiveness is when you miss the center side to side rather than up and down.
The Tour Edge Exotics C721 Driver is ready to go for you right off the rack. They offer 8 shaft options which are designed to fit different needs from the slowest of swing speeds to the fastest. They have lightweight and heavy shafts in all the flexes. Their 48 hour turn-around means you can order exactly what you need, and have it in hand by the next weekend, with custom features like length and grip size. Their price point is also lower than just about every other manufacturer which means you are getting the most yards for your $. I went with a stock set up with the Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black RDX 60 in the 6.0 flex. It is a nice smooth version of one of my favorite line of shafts.
The Tour Edge Exotics C721 Driver is a beast on the course. My first drive with it measured 320 yards! I didn’t even think it was anything special until I kept walking further and further down the fairway. What was even more exciting is that it wasn’t a fluke. I had multiple drives that day over 300. It has truly activated a “beast mode” in me for driving. Not only were they long, they were straight. It produced flat, low spinning bombs, tee ball after tee ball. This club could easily be my gamer. I’m impressed by the distance, the feel, and the sound. It is on the lower launching side of drivers and certainly one of the lowest spinning drivers.
Flightscope Xi Tour Launch Monitor
Tour Edge Exotics C721 Driver
- Spin: 1873 rpms
- Launch Angle: 12.8*
- Dispersion: 6.4 yds
- Club Head Speed: 105.6 mph
- Ball Speed: 156.3 mph
- Total Distance: 301.9 yds
- Carry Distance: 278.2 yds
If you are looking to activate your “beast mode” on the tee box, the Tour Edge Exotics C721 Driver is the surprise driver of 2021. While it might not have a name the screams “bomber” nor does everyone see Tour Edge as an equal to the major OEMs, but this driver is legit. It offers strong flight, low spin, hot face, good forgiveness and LONG. Tour Edge has really stepped up their game and this one is worthy of a serious look.
For more information: www.touredge.com/c721driver
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