Tour Edge, the pound for pound industry leader in performance and innovation, today introduces their new limited-edition Exotics Pro 721 Series: the Pro 721 Driver, Pro 721 Fairway and Pro 721 Hybrid.

The new Exotics Pro 721 family of metalwoods from Tour Edge Golf.

Only 1000 of each will be made available to the end consumer in this special small batch “Straight from the Tour Van” series.

The more forward Center of Gravity (CG) Pro 721 metals were designed for the players with faster clubhead speed to produce low-spinning, penetrating shots.

The all-new designs feature more compact heads and with deeper faces that sit open at address for the driver/fairway and perfectly square at address for the hybrid.

The tour-inspired metalwoods showcase the extremely popular and highly effective Ridgeback support system in a new matte finish on the driver and fairway metals, while the hybrid features a matte finish stainless steel crown.

Diamond Face 2.0 technology is utilized on all three of the metals.

The Pro 721 metals were designed with the feedback from the 120 PGA Tour professionals who have played Tour Edge over the past few seasons, including over 25 players choosing to play Exotics drivers in tournament play.

“We’ve become the leader in low spin technology and Pro 721 is taking that to a new level,” said Tour Edge founder and Master Club Designer David Glod. “These designs lead to penetrating shots with an extremely tight dispersion that maxes out distance, while still offering healthy launch angles.”

The Pro 721 series will range from $449.99 for the Pro 721 Driver, $299.99 for the Pro 721 Fairway and $249.99 for the Pro 721 Hybrid.

All three of the models will come stock with the popular Tour-winning Mitsubishi TENSEI AV RAW shaft series with the TENSEI AV RAW Blue, Orange or White for the driver and fairway and TENSEI AV Blue or White hybrid shafts for the hybrid. Other custom shaft options will also be available.

The new Exotics Pro 721 metalwoods will be available through select Tour Edge retailers and custom club fitting locations on August 13, 2021.

***Editor’s Note – More detailed information will be posted on the driver, fairway metals, and hybrids over the next couple of days.