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2021 Callaway X Forged CB, UT, and Apex MB irons launched

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Callaway Golf introduces the new 2021 X Forged CB, UT, and Apex MB irons.

The players iron category is the one where technology isn’t the big-ticket item in the conversation. Tour players and top amateurs alike prefer reliability over distance and forgiveness. Look into a good number of our tour pictures, and you will see countless bags with a one-piece forged cavity or muscleback irons.

Over the past four-to-five years, many OEMs have tried to integrate new tech into those irons (i.e. PXG Gen 3 T, TaylorMade P760, and Titleist AP/T100). All of these are multi-material players irons that were designed for the tour and have performed extremely well for a good number of players (Spieth, Jason Day, Zach Johnson, etc).

So what could make that idea better? The above examples all perform to the highest standard on tour and in the retail space…

Well, according to the team at Callaway, the ability to fine-tune for every player was the best place to start. 2021 callaway x forged irons

More photos and discussion in the forums.

2021 Callaway X Forged CB

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The Goal: To build a tour performance iron that offers the reliability of a one-piece forging while adding technology to offer enhanced forgiveness and the ability to fine-tune each player to exact, optimized specifications.

The Tech Story: The new 2021 Callaway X Forged CB is constructed from a forged 1025 carbon steel chassis and incorporates a multi-material weighting system to manipulate head weights without effecting exact CG placement.

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Beginning with the body, the housing of the hollow body design has the addition of external tungsten (standard at 17 grams) weighting system that can go up or down in weight depending on the needs of the player. The idea being that now Callaway has the opportunity to fine-tune swing weight without adding weight to the inside of the hosel, which is a common practice. The issue with that is it can adjust the CG of the golf club, resulting in inconsistencies throughout the set.

With head-specific MIM internal weight out towards the toe, Callaway was able to not only ensure the CG is dead nuts where it needs to be, but it also gives engineers the ability to tailor each weight (density and shape) specific to each head. In the past, internal weights were stock across the set, which can alter the consistency of the head. In this case, each head weight is dialed and cut specifically to match each clubhead.

With a hollow body design (although not taking it as far as the players distance category) there is a level of speed mitigation that is needed to help the best players in the world not hit it too far. Yes, that statement is correct. At the tour level, control, workability, and consistency will always hold a much higher priority than distance. With the 17-4 Tour Tuned faceplate, Callaway focused on adding perhaps a very small percentage of speed off the face but more to optimize the occasional mis-hit than anything else.

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What you have now is a face that will offer maybe two percent more speed off the face and an iron that is five percent more forgiving. In real terms, that’s maybe a couple of yards more distance out of the middle and 4-5 yards more carry on a center heel or toe strike. That’s it. Doesn’t sound like much, but for better players, the combination represents the difference between carrying a bunker or hitting it four feet closer to your intended target.

At the elite level, it’s in that nuance that makes or breaks an iron.

Optics/Feel

The shaping still holds consistent with the 2018 X Forged line—slightly longer blade length than its Apex CB sibling, thin top line, and medium-to-narrow sole. Turf interaction and a softer-than-normal feel were the benchmarks that make the ’18 X Forged popular. However, the 2021 version took it a bit further with a squarer leading edge and a bit more bounce based on Tour feedback. The overall impact experience will be a bit “crisper” based on early testing with Callaway staffer Kevin Kisner.

Tour Response

“Very positive,” according to tour manager Jacob Davidson. “We have multiple staff players testing and/or putting them in play including Na, Kisner, Gooch, Garnett, and a few others.” … “Players are liking the meatier feel at impact and the added forgiveness all while keeping to what they can expect from an X Forged profile.”

2021 Callaway X Forged Forged CB specs

External weighting options for fitters and builders only: Light 12 G, standar 17 G, heavy 22 G 

Loft/Lie/Offset

  • 3: 20/60/.135
  • 4: 23/60.5/.130
  • 5: 26/61/.125
  • 6: 29/61.5/.115
  • 7: 33/62/.110
  • 8: 37/62.5/.105
  • 9: 41/63/.095
  • PW: 45/63.5/.090
  • W: 50/63.5/.085

Stock steel shafts: Project X IO

  • R (105G) S (110G) X (115G)

Stock graphite shafts: Mitsubishi MMT 

  • R (85G) S (95G) X (105G, Custom Only)

Grips: Golf Pride Z

Pricing/Availability

  • $200/club
  • Pre-sale: 10/22
  • Retail: 10/29

More photos and discussion in the forums.

2021 Callaway Apex MB

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The Goal: Tunability in a muscle back iron. The best players in the world require precision all while maintaining consistency set to set. Callaway wanted to offer this at the highest level.

The Story: The new 2021 Callaway Apex MB is forged from 1025 carbon steel with a classic shape that is similar to the 2018 but with a slightly narrower sole and less offset. 20V grooves ensure optimal spin control in and out of the rough. The chrome-plated 2018 version now has been “brushed” to reduce glare, which is becoming a more popular option.

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External tungsten weighting (standard at eight grams) in a muscle back iron isn’t the newest idea ever, but with new technology and a better understanding of precise CG locations, Callaway wanted now to be able to maintain the exact DNA of players set regardless of a grip change, shaft change, etc.

Sounds like a trivial reason to base a new iron on, but in the case of the PGA Tour, it’s not trivial at all. Under normal circumstances, when a player loves a set but wants to make a tweak here or there, it can alter CG and swing weight rather quickly. For example, if a player makes a change into a new grip, it most often leads to a swing weight change resulting in the tour reps either having to add weight to the hosel to match swing weight, add lead tape (awesome) or build a brand new set.

The new Callaway Apex MB gives builders and players the ability to simply use the removable back weight to get the spec back to square skipping common steps and ensuring consistency.

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Optics

From a shaping perspective, the new 2021 Callaway Apex MB has a few tweaks from its predecessor—slight offset reduction, brushed satin finish, a slight reduction in the top line, modified height in the toe, and the obvious weighting port in the back.

As mentioned in my article about the TaylorMade P7MB, it’s never the goal to completely reimagine a muscle back iron rather maintain predictability, add small tweaks for optics and turf interaction all while maybe adding in 1 or 2 percent of forgiveness, launch, or speed. That’s it.

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Tour Response: Since the early prototype was released in late 2019 to a small number of players, the curiosity around the new 2021 Callaway Apex MB has been active. Players were excited to get their hands on them, and since seeding began, players have been switching them in rather quickly. If anything players are loving the fact that the DNA of a Callaway blade is there as well as in some cases increased launch and a bit more forgiveness.

Young Callaway staffer Akshay Bhatia had this to say

“The shaping and feel of these new irons are unbelievable. Center strikes are exactly what you want to feel and I’m loving how they get through the turf. They are simply the best feeling irons I have ever put in the bag.” 

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2021 Callaway Apex MB specs

External weighting options for fitters and builders only (light 4G, standard 8G, heavy 8G)

Loft/Lie/Offset

  • 3: 20.5/60/.115
  • 4: 23/60.5/.110
  • 5: 26/61/.105
  • 6: 30/61.5/.095
  • 7: 34/62/.090
  • 8: 38/62.5/.080
  • 9: 42/63/.070
  • PW: 46/63.25/.065
  • W: 50/63.5/.055

Stock steel shaft: Project X IO

  • R (105G) S (110G) X (115G)

Stock graphite shaft: Mitsubishi MMT 

  • R (85G) S (95G) X (105G, Custom Only)

Grips: Golf Pride Z

Pricing/Availability

  • $185/steel, $200/graphite
  • Pre-sale: 10/22
  • Retail 10/29

More photos and discussion in the forums.

2021 Callaway X Forged Forged UT

The Goal: To pack all of Callaway’s key technology into one “players” utility iron.

The Tech Story: The new 2021 Callaway X Forged UT was designed to offer better players all of the game improvement tech Callaway offers and pack it into a utility iron that flows nicely from the top of the bag into the rest of the set. The 1025 carbon steel hollow body design has the same external and internal weighting features as the CB as well as incorporating Callaway’s patented Flash Face Technology for high launch and ball speeds across the face.

For tour players, this is the section of the iron set where versatility is very welcome. Whether it’s hitting a low fairway finder or hitting it straight up in the air, the Callaway X Forged UT gives them every option all while not creating any drama and optically working into the rest of the set. It’s not uncommon for Callaway staffers to put the UT in play in the 2, 3, and 4-iron, so having the ability to tune them to fit each player’s goal is a huge part of this. Some players use a UT as a bridge from irons to woods, and some use them as legitimate replacements for longer irons to add forgiveness and provide some launch and steeper landing angles.

With the 2021 Callaway X Forged UT, Callaway techs can dial in the UT without altering the CG at all, which is the benchmark of launch, tunability, and consistency.

Optics: The 2018 X Forged UT had a shape that the Tour staff adored, so no major changes—the goal here was to keep the look familiar and add the new Callaway tech to dial players in.

Specs: Length/Lie/Offset

External weighting options for fitters and builders only (Light 12G, STD 17G, Heavy 22G)

  • 18: 39.5/60/.090
  • 21: 39/60.5/.085
  • 24: 38.5/61/.080

Stock steel shaft: Project X U

  • R (105G) S (110G) X (110G, Custom Only)

Stock graphite shaft: Project X Hzurdus Smoke HY

  • R (80G) S (81G) X (81G, Custom Only)

Grips: Golf Pride Z

Pricing/Availability

  • $250/club
  • Retail: 10/29

Overall remarks

I think what Callaway is doing here is very wise more than anything. Being able to nail a very specific spec for better players is important. The company has always made a sharp-looking players iron and they didn’t try something starkly different here, beyond the added tech.

This is an emotional category based on trust. Callaway knows this and responded with a way for the custom team to ensure even more trust for the player regardless of any alterations one would make (shafts, grips etc). How many times have you had a set of awesome irons that you needed to reshaft and the new combo loses that bit of magic? With the new Callaway X Forged CB and Apex MB you can have your cake and eat it too. I like it.

More photos and discussion in the forums.

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  2. Sanjay Goopta

    Oct 14, 2020 at 4:17 pm

    I liked Gemco?Target’s Northwestern brand better!

  3. Eldrick

    Oct 14, 2020 at 3:24 am

    Roger Cleveland and Phil must have helped on these. A full set of high toes. Keeping spin off the singers and stunners will be awesome. I give it two thumbs up, and two visor tips, then two more thumbs up.

  4. TonyK

    Oct 13, 2020 at 9:28 pm

    MB looks like a one-eyed monster.
    CB looks like an uglier version of MP59.

  5. Stanley

    Oct 13, 2020 at 6:40 pm

    They look awesome. Clever design

  6. dat

    Oct 13, 2020 at 5:10 pm

    Gross design, PXG-esque and not in a good way.

  7. gwelfgulfer

    Oct 13, 2020 at 4:25 pm

    I know it’s more about performance and look at address, but I don’t like the looks.

  8. Jason

    Oct 13, 2020 at 12:28 pm

    I hit the CB and the MB this morning and they feel as good as anything I have ever hit before.

    Both are very playable, but have a divinely shaped “topline.”

    Well done Callaway

  9. Michael Constantine

    Oct 13, 2020 at 11:38 am

    Epic fail.

  10. Milo

    Oct 13, 2020 at 10:53 am

    Those muscle backs are devine!

  11. Mick

    Oct 13, 2020 at 10:35 am

    YUK !

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Whats in the Bag

Taiga Semikawa WITB 2023 (January)

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Driver: Ping G430 LST (9 degrees @7.5)
Shaft: Mitsubishi Tensei 1k Pro Orange 60 TX

3-wood: Ping G430 Max (15 degrees @13.5)
Shaft: Mitsubish Tensei 1K Pro Orange 70 TX

Irons: Ping iCrossover (3), Ping Blueprint (4-PW)
Shafts: Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 Graphite On Steel Technology Hybrid X (3), Nippon N.S. Prototype (4-PW)

Wedges: Ping i230 (U), Ping Glide 4.0 (56-12S, 60-10S, 60-6T)
Shafts: Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 System 3 Tour 125 X

Putter: Ping PLD Anser 2

Grips: Palmax

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Keita Nakajima WITB 2023 (February)

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Driver: TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus (9 degrees)
Shaft: Graphite Design Tour AD CQ 6 X

4-wood: TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus (16.5 degrees)
Shaft: Graphite Design Tour AD CQ 7 X

Hybrid: TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus (19 degrees)
Shaft: Graphite Design Tour AD Prototype

Irons: TaylorMade P7MC (4-5), TaylorMade P7MB (6-9)
Shafts: Project X LS 120 6.0

Wedges: TaylorMade Milled Grind 3 (46-09SB, 52-09SB), TaylorMade Milled Grind 3 TW11 (56), TaylorMade Milled Grind Hi-Toe (60-10)
Shafts: Project X LS 120 6.0, True Temper AMT Tour White X100

Putter: TaylorMade TP Juno
Grip: Lamkin

Grips: Golf Pride Z-Grip Cord

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Tour Edge introduces new Exotics 723 series of drivers, fairways and hybrids

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Tour Edge has today unveiled their new Exotics 723 Series of metals, featuring two separate drivers, fairway and hybrid designs designated as Extreme (E) and Competition (C) spec.

The new E723 metals are MOI+ designs built for maximum forgiveness, while the new C723 designs are all about harnessing power and dialing in low spinning distance.

The Exotics 723 E and C drivers feature all-new design and technology called the Flight Tuning System or F.T.S., which was developed to provide Tour Edge’s largest fitting matrix ever produced.

In addition, one of the top design goals for the Tour Edge R&D team was to provide one of the most adjustable drivers currently available in the marketplace

With the player centric C723 Driver, the Flight Tuning System technology and all its available weight options total 4,860 different fitting configurations for the clubhead. This is due to the ability to swap different weights both on the back sliding track new to the 723 Series, and by having both front and back weights that are interchangeable.

“Every swing, every player type, every inch of performance you’ll need on the golf course is developed into our high technology Exotics 723 series. The Competition Spec player wants more adjustability with hotter and lower spinning flights, while the Extreme Spec player wants max MOI. for increased accuracy, ease of launch and overall playability. We have both sides covered and every swing in between with the 723 metals.” – Tour Edge founder and President David Glod

Exotics C723 Driver

This ultra-premium 445cc profile and deeper face of the C723 is designed for the competitive player to produce low-spin power.

The C723 Driver features a two-tier front/back Flight Tuning System with the back weight on a new sliding track that allows for
both extreme MOI and flight/spin rate manipulation. The C723 driver is designed to offer the ultimate in power, feel and forgiveness through Tour Edge’s 360-degree Ridgeback and Diamond Face VFT  technologies.

Key Features:

Flight Tuning System – A two-tier Front/Back Weight System with the back weight on a new sliding track is employed in the C723 Driver that allows for both extreme MOI and flight/spin rate manipulation.

The C723 Driver will come standard with a 5-gram weight in the front and a 15-gram weight in the back. This allows for adjustability at a rate of +/- 300 RPMs of spin rate when the weights are switched.

The MOI range adjustment is from 5300 g/cm2 to 4900 g/cm2, making for an available adjustability of 11% at your fingertips. It’s a 5% increase in MOI over the previous C design.

Sliding the weight on the adjustable track allows for a +/- 7-yard heel and toe bias in directional flight. For example, if you were to slide the weight all the way to edge of the Fade position, your flight would adjust seven yards to the right for a right-handed player, and vice versa for the Draw setting.

Nine different individual weights that are transferable to every club in the 723 Series will be available from 5 grams to 21 grams.
Adding to its adjustability the adjustable hosel allows golfers to adjust the loft +/- 2 degrees and lie angle through a range of 3 degrees.

360° Ridgeback Technology – Tour Edge engineers created a thinner, more refined Ridgeback activation for C723 with increased structural properties and 360-degree perimeter weighting.

The Titanium Ridgeback spine running from the center of the face through the crown now wraps around the entire perimeter to frame the entire clubhead. Adding Titanium to the perimeter, along with Ridgeback down the center, allows more support on off-center hits to increase face deflection.

The additional perimeter Titanium has boosted MOI significantly. This Ridgeback spine and now 360-degree activation acts as a brace for the entire clubhead to produce more power across the entire face, including the extreme perimeters.

The C723 Ridgeback design is 15% thinner than the previous C722 model, while offering greater structural support properties. Ridgeback is designed to create a 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.

Quad Carbon Tech – Tour Edge engineers replaced extra Titanium from the crown and sole by creating Quad Carbon Tech in four different areas of the clubhead. The C723 features 5% more carbon fiber than its previous iteration.

The addition of Quad Carbon Tech saves considerable weight in the clubhead, allowing for the 360-degree Ridgeback design, an increase in MOI, greater face flex in the heel and toe areas so off- center hits achieve greater power. This weight savings has been re-purposed to the ideal location to help with creating optimal CG location.

Diamond Face VFT – New Diamond Face VFT is made up of diamond shapes of variable face thickness behind the face. There are 44 total diamond shapes featured on Diamond Face VFT, comprising seven different thicknesses in an interweaving pattern. The face thickness of the new Diamond Face VFT is thinner on the heel and toe on the C723 Driver.

The mini trampolines that make-up Diamond Face VFT create faster ball speeds and an expanded sweet spot. The increase in Diamond Face coverage to the extreme heel and toe dramatically increases ball speed on off-center hits while also greatly aiding forgiveness on these strikes.

Specs, Price & Availability

  • Lofts: Right-Handed: 8°, 9°, 10.5°; Left-Handed: 10.5°
  • Price: $499.99
  • Available: Pre-sale February 8th; At retail March 1st

Exotics E723 Driver

This 460cc profile designed for maximum forgiveness aims to take MOI to the extreme. The E723 Driver’s extreme low rearward CG position produces an extremely high MOI of 5600 g/cm2, the highest MOI driver Tour Edge has ever produced.

The E723 Driver features a Flight Tuning System on a new sliding track, while bringing the ultimate in power, feel and forgiveness through Tour Edge’s  360-degree Ridgeback and Diamond Face VFT  technologies.

Key Features:

Flight Tuning System / MOI+ – The Flight Tuning System is a weighting design on a sliding track features a 20-gram weight at the extreme trailing edge on the sole of the clubhead.

Sliding the weight on the adjustable track allows for a +/- 10-yard heel and toe bias in directional flight. For example, if you were to slide the weight all the way to edge of the Fade position, your flight would adjust 10 yards to the right for a right-handed player, and vice versa for the Draw setting.

Nine different individual weights that are transferable to every club in the 723 Series will be available from 5 grams to 21 grams. Adding to its adjustability the adjustable hosel allows golfers to adjust the loft +/- 2 degrees and lie angle through a range of 3 degrees.

The E723 Driver’s extreme low rearward CG position produces an extremely high MOI at 5600 g/cm2 MOI, the highest MOI driver we have ever produced. This leads to increased stability at impact and tighter dispersion. It’s a 5% increase in MOI over the previous E design.

360° Ridgeback Technology – Tour Edge engineers created a thinner, more refined Ridgeback activation for E723 with increased structural properties and 360-degree perimeter weighting. The Titanium Ridgeback spine running from the center of the face through the crown now wraps around the entire perimeter to frame the entire clubhead.

Adding Titanium to the perimeter, along with Ridgeback down the center, allows more support on off-center hits to increase face deflection. The additional perimeter Titanium has boosted MOI significantly.

This Ridgeback spine and now 360-degree activation acts as a brace for the entire clubhead to produce more power across the entire face, including the extreme perimeters. The E723 Ridgeback design is 15% thinner than the previous E722 model, while offering greater structural support properties.

Quad Carbon Tech – Tour Edge engineers replaced extra Titanium from the crown and sole by creating Quad Carbon Tech in four different areas of the clubhead. The E723 features 5% more carbon fiber than its previous iteration.

The addition of Quad Carbon Tech saves considerable weight in the clubhead, allowing for the 360-degree Ridgeback design, an increase in MOI, greater face flex in the heel and toe areas so off- center hits achieve greater power. This weight savings has been re-purposed to the ideal location to help with creating optimal CG location.

Diamond Face VFT – The new Diamond Face VFT is made up of diamond shapes of variable face thickness behind the face. There are 44 total diamond shapes featured on Diamond Face VFT, comprising seven different thicknesses in an interweaving pattern. The face thickness of the new Diamond Face VFT is thinner on the heel and toe on the E723 Driver.

Specs, Price & Availability

  • Lofts: Right-Handed: 9°, 10.5°, 12°; Left-Handed: 10.5°
  • Price: $449.99
  • Available: Pre-sale February 8th; At retail March 1st

Exotics C723 Fairway Metal

This compact profile and deeper face is designed for the competitive player to produce low-spin power. The C723 Fairway features a two-tier front/back Flight Tuning System that allows for both extreme MOI and flight/spin rate manipulation.

This all-Titanium Player’s Fairway features the 90-gram RyzerSole Technology while aiming to bring the ultimate in power, feel and forgiveness through Tour Edge’s Diamond Face VFT ™ technology.

Key Features:

Flight Tuning System – An adjustable 15-gram weight directly behind the face and the addition of a 5-gram back weight to create an amazingly effective front/back weighting system for MOI and spin control.

The C723 Fairway will come standard with a 5-gram weight in the back and a 15- gram weight in the front. This allows for adjustability at a rate of +/- 200 RPMs of spin rate when the weights are switched All 723 series weights are swappable from club to club.

Nine different individual weights that are transferable to every club in the 723 Series will be available from 5 grams to 21 grams.

The adjustable hosel allows golfers to adjust the loft +/- 1.5 degrees up or down. With three lofts being offered (13°,15°, 18°) the 723 delivers a loft range of 11.5 degrees to 19.5 degrees, while various alternate settings afford lie angles from 56 degrees to 59 degrees.

Ryzersole Technology – The RyzerSole on the C723 fairways combine three distinct features on the sole of the clubhead; an unprecedented 90-grams placed as low as possible in the sole of the clubhead (75-permanent Tungsten weight and a 15-gram adjustable weight) as part of a sole rail that extends from leading edge to trailing edge.

These three design elements make up the new RyzerSole that produces a super-low and forward CG, high-launching shots with amazingly low spin rates, decreased turf interaction and maximum ball speed off the face.

The 15-gram adjustable weight in the middle of the RyzerSole is also available in heavier and lighter weights to provide an unprecedented range of 80 grams to 96 grams of optional weight for the ultimate in CG, MOI, and swing weight manipulation.

Diamond Face VFT – New Diamond Face VFT is made up of diamond shapes of variable face thickness behind the face. There are 35 total diamond shapes featured on Diamond Face VFT, comprising five different thicknesses in an interweaving pattern. The face thickness of the new Diamond Face VFT is thinner on the heel and toe on the C723 Fairway
Metal.

Titanium Face & Body / Carbon Crown – The compact profile and deeper face of the C723 Fairways were designed with the competitive player in mind, as was the full one-piece 6-4 Titanium body and face, a Carbon Crown and an adjustable hosel featured on the C723.

The Titanium face and body of the C723 Fairway Metal merged with a Carbon Crown provides the ultimate in power and feel. The Carbon Crown also contributes to the extremely low CG of the clubhead and increases face flex. These are ultra-premium materials that lead to ultra-premium performance in every aspect of the clubhead.

Specs, Price & Availability

  • Lofts: Right-Handed: 13°, 15°, 18°; Left-Handed: 15°, 18°
  • Price: $329.99
  • Available: Pre-sale February 8th; At retail March 1st

Exotics E723 Fairway Metal

This fairway metal is loaded with tech in design for extreme forgiveness and distance. These fairway’s feature  RyzerSole Technology while aiming to bring the ultimate in power, feel and forgiveness through Tour Edge’s  Diamond Face VFT technology.

Key Features:

Maximum Forgiveness – MOI+ – An adjustable 10-gram weight at the extreme trailing edge on the sole of the clubhead. The E723 fairway’s extreme low-rearward CG position produces an extremely high MOI and a deeper CG position. The MOI rating of the E723 was raised 5% over the E722 fairway metal. The position of the backweight helps deliver an optimally located CG, maximizing MOI, and aiding extreme stability and resistance to twisting at impact. Installation of different weights also allows dialing in of required swing weight at custom lengths.

All 723 series weights are swappable from club to club. Nine different individual weights will be available from 5 grams to 21 grams for our largest ever fitting matrix.

RyzerSole Technology – The RyzerSole on the E723 Fairway Metal includes a sole rail and added weight that extends from leading edge to trailing edge. RyzerSole produces a super-low CG for high launching shots with optimized spin rates, decreased turf interaction and maximum ball speed off the face.

Maraging Steel Face / Diamond Face VFT – A new Diamond Face VFT on a Maraging Steel Face is made up of diamond shapes of variable face thickness behind the face. There are 38 total diamond shapes featured on the fairway, comprising five different thicknesses in an interweaving pattern. The ultra-premium Maraging Steel face brings extra power off
the face at impact.

Carbon Crown Design – A Carbon Fiber Crown covers the entire crown area of the clubhead on the E723 Fairway Metal.

The Carbon Crown provides the ultimate in power and feel and contributes to the extremely low CG of the clubhead and helps increase face flex. These are ultra-premium materials that lead to ultra-premium performance in every aspect of the clubhead.

Specs, Price & Availability

  • Lofts: Right-Handed: 15°, 16.5°, 18°, 21°; Left-Handed: 15°, 18°
  • Price: $279.99
  • Available: Pre-sale February 8th; At retail March 1st

Exotics C723 Hybrid

This ultra-compact player’s hybrid features the high-flying and low-spinning RyzerSole Technology while it aims to bring the ultimate in power and forgiveness through Tour Edge’s breakthrough Diamond Face VFT  technology.

Flight Tuning System – An adjustable 10-gram weight located directly behind the face, sitting in the middle of the RyzerSole.

The added weight further lowers the CG on this compact clubhead, pulling down spin rates while adding to launch characteristics. Installation of different weights also allows dialing in of required swing weight at custom lengths.

All 723 series weights are swappable from club to club. Nine different individual weights will be available from 5 grams to 21 grams.

The adjustable hosel allows golfers to adjust the loft +/- 1.5 degrees up or down. With four lofts (17°, 19°, 21°, 23°), the 723 delivers a loft range of 15.5 degrees to 24.5 degrees.

RyzerSole Technology – The RyzerSole on the C723 Hybrid includes a sole rail and added weight that extends from leading edge to trailing edge.

RyzerSole produces a super-low and forward CG, high-launching shots with amazingly low spin rates, decreased turf interaction and maximum ball speed off the face. Maraging Steel Face / Diamond Face VFT – A new Diamond Face VFT on a Maraging Steel Face is made up of diamond shapes of variable face thickness behind the face.

There are 45 total diamond shapes featured on the hybrid, comprising three different thicknesses in an interweaving pattern. The ultra-premium Maraging Steel face brings extra power off the face at impact.

Player Preferred Shaping with Adjustable Hosel – The ultra-compact profile and deeper face of the 100cc C723 Hybrid were designed with the competitive player in mind with its square-toe design and adjustable hosel.

The C723 Hybrid is the most iron-like hybrid on the market, allowing players to put an iron swing with an attack angle that is hitting down on the ball. This versatile hybrid will play from the tee, fairway, rough and around the green.

The adjustable hosel allows golfers to adjust the loft +/- 1.5 degrees up or down. With four lofts being offered (17°, 19°, 21°, 23°) the 723 delivers a loft range of 15.5 degrees to 24.5 degrees, allowing every distance to be covered by the C723 Hybrid line-up.

Specs, Price & Availability

  • Lofts: Right-Handed: 17°, 19°, 21°, 23°’; Left-Handed: 21°
  • Price: $269.99
  • Available: Pre-sale February 8th; At retail March 1st

Exotics E723 Hybrid

This hybrid features tech designed for extreme forgiveness and distance featuring RyzerSole Technology while aiming to bring the ultimate in power, feel and forgiveness through Tour Edge’s Diamond Face VFT technology.

Key Features:

Maximum Forgiveness / MOI+ – An adjustable 10-gram weight at the extreme trailing edge on the sole of the clubhead. What does it do? The E723 hybrid’s extreme low-rearward CG position produces an extremely high M.O.I. and a deeper CG position.

The position of the backweight helps deliver an optimally located CG, maximizing M.O.I. and aiding extreme stability and resistance to twisting at impact. Installation of different weights also allows dialing in of required swing weight at custom lengths. Installation of different weights also allows dialing in of required swing weight at custom lengths.

All 723 series weights are swappable from club to club. Nine different individual weights will be available from 5 grams to 21 grams.

Ryzersole Technology – The RyzerSole on the E723 Hybrid includes a sole rail and added
weight that extends from leading edge to trailing edge. RyzerSole produces a super-low CG for high launching shots with optimized spin rates, decreased turf interaction and maximum ball speed off the face.

Maraging Steel Face / Diamond Face VFT – A new Diamond Face VFT on a Maraging Steel Face is made up of diamond shapes of variable face thickness behind the face. There are 38 total diamond shapes featured on the hybrid, comprising three different thicknesses in an interweaving pattern. The ultra-premium Maraging Steel face brings extra power off the face at impact.

Carbon Crown Design – A Carbon Fiber Crown covers the entire crown area of the clubhead on the E723 Hybrid. What does it do? The Carbon Crown provides the ultimate in power and feel and contributes to the extremely low CG of the clubhead and helps increase face flex.

These are ultra-premium materials that lead to ultra-premium performance in every aspect of the clubhead. The area of carbon increased 10% on the E723 Hybrid due to the overall size of the hybrid being made larger.

Specs, Price & Availability

  • Lofts: Right-Handed: 17°, 19°, 22°, 25°; Left-Handed: 19°
  • Price: $249.99
  • Available: Pre-sale February 8th; At retail March 1st
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