Tour Edge Exotics C721 Driver, Fairway Woods and Hybrids

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192g with no adapter, that’s with a stock 10g weight
Pretty much the same as the EXS220. My head was 193g and the TEE adapter is ~9g so 202g total which is about the going rate these days for driver plus adapter.
 

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I’m trying to see if I still have one of my Beta’s to get you some comparison pics. God I loved that fairway.
After some swing changes took, it was a flipping monster for me.

And your pics and early feedback are not doing my wallet any favors...

So about the speed tested shafts: if I’m looking at the fairway on TE’s webpage: is that the recommended swing speed for a driver or fairway? For reference I was testing a Epic Max 3W in regular a couple weeks ago and was high 80s low 90s SS according to DSG.
 

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After some swing changes took, it was a flipping monster for me.

And your pics and early feedback are not doing my wallet any favors...

So about the speed tested shafts: if I’m looking at the fairway on TE’s webpage: is that the recommended swing speed for a driver or fairway? For reference I was testing a Epic Max 3W in regular a couple weeks ago and was high 80s low 90s SS according to DSG.
Their swing speed recommendations are all based off driver swing speed. With a 3w in the low 90’s you’d be mid to upper 90’s likely with a driver. I’d say S flex for you unless your transition is really smooth and or you need launch then maybe R flex.
 

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Their swing speed recommendations are all based off driver swing speed. With a 3w in the low 90’s you’d be mid to upper 90’s likely with a driver. I’d say S flex for you unless your transition is really smooth and or you need launch then maybe R flex.
Thank you. I usually have always played R but after seeing that (and it looking like I was hitting the ball super high and losing some yards on the sim) I’m thinking I need to go to S. I was told years ago I was stiff but never switched. I think my SS at times was in that weird category where I could go either or...
 

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I too have no one in the area that carries the TEE C721 driver, but as soon as the stimulus checks show up in our account, I am pulling the trigger on a driver for me (and maybe the 3 wood) and a set of C521 Combo irons for the wife.
 

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Definitely... Will have old vs new. EXS vs C721
I will be looking forward to this head to head comparison. Do hope the C721 arrives soon enough so you 2 can complete it before my 30 day return policy expires for the EXS220 that is due to arrive tomorrow. No doubt the C721 will out perform the 220 but by how much regarding distance on those forgiveness shots.
I went with the EXS 220 pre-owned as it was 50% of new price and I'm sure it will out perform my current M3 which has great forgiveness regard direction but sacrifices distance.

Pretty much the same as the EXS220. My head was 193g and the TEE adapter is ~9g so 202g total which is about the going rate these days for driver plus adapter.
That is good to know. My M3 head weighs in at 204g without the adapter so -10g should help increase my very slow swing speed.
 

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After some swing changes took, it was a flipping monster for me.

And your pics and early feedback are not doing my wallet any favors...

So about the speed tested shafts: if I’m looking at the fairway on TE’s webpage: is that the recommended swing speed for a driver or fairway? For reference I was testing a Epic Max 3W in regular a couple weeks ago and was high 80s low 90s SS according to DSG.
All are based off driver speeds.
 

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I will be looking forward to this head to head comparison. Do hope the C721 arrives soon enough so you 2 can complete it before my 30 day return policy expires for the EXS220 that is due to arrive tomorrow. No doubt the C721 will out perform the 220 but by how much regarding distance on those forgiveness shots.
I went with the EXS 220 pre-owned as it was 50% of new price and I'm sure it will out perform my current M3 which has great forgiveness regard direction but sacrifices distance.


That is good to know. My M3 head weighs in at 204g without the adapter so -10g should help increase my very slow swing speed.
220 is significantly more forgiving than the M3, you’ll be pleased.
 

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