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Tour Edge Exotics C721 and E721 irons

Golfweek logo Golfweek 5 days ago David Dusek
a close up of a car: Tour Edge Exotics C 721 irons © Provided by Golfweek Tour Edge Exotics C 721 irons

In October, Tour Edge released the latest budget-friendly, distance-oriented Hot Launch woods and irons, the E521 family. All those clubs were designed to hit the ball high, straight and far.

Tour Edge’s other family of clubs is the Exotics line, and with the two newest Exotics irons, the C721 and E721, the Batavia, Ill.-based company is setting its eyes on the player’s-distance market and the game-improvement category using several high-tech features and cutting-edge design elements.

The two irons share a pair of crucial features that are new for Tour Edge. First is Dual VibRCOR, a vibration-dampening material used to enhance feel. Second is Diamond Face 2.0, a face-design element engineered to help the hitting area flex more efficiently for increased distance.

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