Tour Edge Exotics C722 Hybrid Review

Destined To Become a Cult Classic

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Ryan Heiman
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I played 7 rounds of golf with the Tour Edge Exotics C722 Hybrid in my bag. It is compact, easy to hit and LONG.  It is the best wood style hybrid I’ve hit in years.  It is a combo that should find a home in the bag of better golfers.  I was also able to hit it on my FlightScope Xi Tour Launch Monitor to collect shot data. I have over 10 years of experience testing and reviewing golf clubs.

Here is my overall experience and thoughts on this hybrid.

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Over the years, there are clubs that have become cult classics.  Clubs like the R510TP driver, RBZ fairway, Idea Pro hybrid, and Split Cavity Irons.  These are just a few of those highly sought after clubs that golfer wish they never got rid of.  If you had/have one of these clubs, you know the legends behind them.  They are still some of the best in the business.  The Tour Edge Exotics C722 Hybrid is destined for this kind of “cult classic” status.

Tour Edge asks if you are a C or an E?  The C line is Compact while the E line is Extreme forgiveness.  I am certainly a C player across the board.  The C722 Hybrid is an ultra compact hybrid that will appeal to the better golfer, yet still offer plenty of forgiveness as any hybrid should.  This is one of the best shaped hybrids available.  The ultra compact shape is perfect from every angle.  It is big enough to give confidence, but small enough behind the ball to feel like a hybrid.  The all black club also is very sleek sitting behind the ball.  It has kind of squared off toe and minimal offset.  The C722 is perfect in the looks category.

The Tour Edge Exotics C722 Hybrid has slightly high toe rectangle face. It is on the taller side which I really appreciate.  I found confidence off the tee as well as out of the rough.  It is versatile from any lie and cuts through the grass easily with its compact size.  The face is also really hot.  The thwack at impact is very pleasing to the ear and the ball just screams off the face.  The maraging steel Diamond Face VFT means that the variable thickness creates a hot and forgiving surface.  Tour Edge calls it mini trampolines which I think is appropriate how the ball comes off the face, even if you don’t hit dead center.

The Tour Edge Exotics C722 Hybrid has what they call a RYZERSOLE.  This plate and forward weight combo makes for an easy to launch, low spinning hybrid combo.  It is also like a single “rail” or “rudder” on the sole of the club which helps at impact and with turf interaction to reduce twisting.  This club sits on the ground very square on the RYZERSOLE and follows through the turf very square as well.  While the launch is high, it isn’t a sky ball or spinner, but a quick launch, strong flight with low spin.

The adjustable hosel also allows golfer to dial in their launch needs even further by adding or subtracting a little loft or changing the lie angle a degree or two.  I didn’t need to tinker because the standard results were so good.

The Tour Edge Exotics C722 Hybrid is going in the bag and is going to be hard to knock out.  On the course, this club is a laser accurate bomber.  The first hole I played it had a divided fairway that ended at 250 yards.  I pulled this hybrid out, and hit a perfectly straight shot to the very end of the fairway.  I was blown away on virtually every shot after that too, how long this club can be hit and how accurate it was from such a long distance.  Off the tee, this is one of the longest hybrids I’ve ever hit, and from the fairway it is one of the more accurate hybrids I’ve hit.  This combo means fairways and greens from long distance.  That also means more looks at eagles and birdies.

The Tour Edge Exotics C722 Hybrid has 3 shaft options.  They are broken down by swing speed and launch parameters.  I went with the KBS TGI Tour Graphite 80g stiff shaft.  It like how consistent it is, how smooth it feel and how controlled the launch and spin are.  For me this is the perfect combo in a hybrid.  The all black look was just a nice bonus for an aesthetically pleasing club.  Grip and headcover don’t always make the review, but again Tour Edge has great stock options.  The Lamkin Crossline 360 grey along with a nice looking headcover round out a quality package.

Tour Edge Exotics C722 Hybrid Stats

Data from Flightscope Xi Tour Launch Monitor

 Spin: 2803 rpms

 Launch Angle: 18.2*

Dispersion: 4.2 yds

 Club Head Speed: 97.8 mph

 Ball Speed: 139.6 mph

 Total Distance: 248.1 yds

 Carry Distance: 236.2 yds

Summary

The Tour Edge Exotics C722 Hybrid is destined for “cult classic” status.  You need to go out and try one of these.  While hybrids can feel like a dime a dozen, this one takes the crown.  It is everything you can want in a compact wood style hybrid.  High launch, low spin, forgiving and LONG.  Add to that the adjustability of the hosel and the RYZERSOLE weight, you have the ability to custom fit this club to any golfers needs.  

For more information: Tour Edge Website

Tour Edge Exotics C722 Hybrid – KEY POINTS
  • ℹ️  About: Tour Edge has been one of the best in the hybrid category for years. The C722 is their best yet.

  • ✅  Pros: Ultra Compact Look, Easy high launch,Forgiving for its size,Long, Accurate.

  • ⛔  Cons: None

  • ⛳  Verdict: The Tour Edge Exotics C722 Hybrid offers everything the better golfer is looking for in their hybrid. The compact shape sits perfectly behind the ball and hits the ball with authority and confidence shot after shot. Long and accurate is a combo every golfer can use.

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Ryan Heiman – Founder and Head Author of Independent Golf Reviews
Ryan has over 10 years of experience testing and writing golf reviews of nearly every brand out there.
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