Two New Exotics 723 Metalwoods from Tour Edge


Tour Edge continues to market two different Exotics metalwood lines, the E723 designed for maximum forgiveness and the C723 for low spin distance. Drivers feature their Flight Tuning System sliding sole weight and heads of titanium and carbon fiber.

Fast Facts
Tour Edge Exotics E723 Driver
Game-improvement category
460cc head
Flight Tuning System sliding 20g rear weight
Adjustable hosel +/- 2°
Ridgeback crown
Diamond Face VFT variable thickness face
Stock shafts: Fukjikura Air Speeder, Mitsubishi Tensei AV Blue
At retail March 1, 2023

Tour Edge Exotics C723 Driver
Better player category
445cc head
Flight Tuning System sliding 15g rear weight, 5g fixed front weight
Adjustable hosel +/- 2°
Ridgeback crown
Diamond Face VFT variable thickness face
Stock shafts: Mitsubishi Tensei AV Blue, Project X HZRDUS Black Gen 4
At retail March 1, 2023

You’ve seen the ads— “Are you an E or a C.” Tour Edge’s idea is to create clubs of similar design but with features targeted for particular player skill levels.

The E723 has a larger head with the center of gravity located near the sole at the rear for higher launch and more resistance to twisting. The measured MOI is at 5600 g/cm2 and they tell us that’s the highest any driver they have ever made. The sliding 20g rear weight produces a significant left-to-right or fade bias when towards the toe and right-to-left or draw bias when towards the heel. Tour Edge says their testing showed +/- 10 yards. The E723, which most recreational players will opt for, has 5% more carbon fiber in the head than the previous E722.

In contrast the C723 has 445cc head with a deeper face and it is designed for high swing speed players. The weighting is a combination a sliding rear similar to the E723 but a standard 15g rather than 20g, and a 5g front sole weight to help with lowering spin. MOI though not as high as the E model is still 4900 g/cm2 to 5200 g/cm2 depending on configuration for +/- 7-yard adjustment in flight bias.

For both drivers there are nine different weights that are interchangeable from 5 to 21 grams for fitting customization.

Ed Travis

Ed Travis is a national award winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is regularly seen in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Travis still plays regularly. He and his wife live on a water hazard in suburban Orlando.

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