The new Tour Edge Exotics E722 driver takes forgiveness to the next level with an ultra-light design and one of the highest MOI yet.
The E722 driver replaces the C721 and there are a number of design changes made to take this model to the next level of performance.
Tour Edge have opted for just 30 gram weight towards the sole, which has increased the MOI and allowed the center of gravity to be pushed 16% further back than the original C721.
Also featuring new Diamond Face VFT and a thinner Ridgeback spine, we take a look at the overall performance of the E722 driver in this article.
What Tour Edge says about the E722 driver:
“An ultra-premium forgiveness driver that takes MOI to the absolute extreme.
“The E722 Driver’s extreme low-rearward CG position produces an extremely high MOI that is 18% higher to increase stability at impact and tighter dispersion. This is amongst the top Moment of Inertia measurements available: a 5500 g/cm2 M.O.I. rating.
“The 460cc profile and deeper face is designed for maximum forgiveness. An extreme weighting design features a 30-gram weight at the extreme trailing edge on the sole of the clubhead.
“TE engineers created a thinner Ridgeback for E722 with increased structural properties and Ridgeback Sole activation.
“The spine running from the center of the face through the crown and wrapping around the head to connect with the newly designed sole plate.
“This Ridgeback spine acts as a brace to produce more power on across the entire face, including the extreme perimeters.
“Ridgeback is designed to create superior feel at impact. The extra rigidity created by the brace through the crown produces a much stronger feel at impact when compared to a full carbon
crown and results in a crisper and brighter feel at strike.”
Tour Edge Exotics E722 Driver Specs & Design
The E722 driver was designed with feedback from Tour Edge’s senior tour pros, including Bernhard Langer.
The driver is described as “an ultra-premium forgiveness driver that takes MOI to the extreme”and that is achieved due to a combination of new technologies.
Thanks to a light 30-gram back weight, Tour Edge have been able to increase the Moment of Inertia to a 5500 g/cm2 rating. The MOI is what has made the driver more forgiving than its predecessor the C721.
The TE Carbon Wrap Technology is another key design element in the weight saving and contributes to the CG being pushed 16% lower than in the C721.
The Diamond Face VFT, meanwhile, provides forgiveness from across the entire face of the E722 driver.
Ridgeback Technology inside the club head adds a solid spin with rigidity for a confidence inspiring feel and sound.
The E722 driver comes with an adjustable hosel and is available in in 9, 10.5 and 12 degrees for right handers but only 10.5 degrees for left handers.
Verdict: Is the Tour Edge Exotics E722 driver any good?
Although Tour Edge are best known for selling value clubs and sets, golfers should take note of their Exotics E722 which is an underrated driver.
The clever design surrounds adding motor forgiveness and this is one of the most forgiving you will possibly find on the market.
Don’t let that make you think this is a driver aimed at just high handicap golfers, however. There are plenty of distance gains to be made from low to high handicappers.
How much does the Tour Edge Exotics E722 driver cost?
Prices for the driver start at $330/£285.
What are the Tour Edge Exotics E722 driver specs?
The E722 driver is available in in 9, 10.5 and 12 degrees for right handers but only 10.5 degrees for left handers.
Is the Tour Edge E722 driver adjustable?
Yes. It comes with an adjustable hosel to change the loft.
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