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Tour Edge Exotics C723

Why We Like It

When designing a hybrid for better players, the challenge is to provide just the right amount of game-enhancement. If a hybrid exists on a spectrum between a fairway wood and a long iron, this entry is closer to the iron side. The C723 is designed with a more forward center of gravity for players who hit down on the ball like they do with an iron. A 10-gram weight in the front part of the sole keeps shots from launching with too much spin. Its flatter lie angles help to produce a less draw-biased, neutral iron-like flight, too.

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Characteristics

  • A carbon-composite crown combines with a 10-gram weight in the sole to lower the center of gravity for less spin.
  • A more compact head and a flatter lie angle yields less draw bias and a more iron-like flight.
  • Angled keel-like sole geometry provides heel and toe relief for smoother turf interaction.
  • 17, 19, 21, 23 degrees (with an eight-way adjustable hosel)

Highlights

  • Top 10 highest-flying hybrids, high-handicaps

Price

$270

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HOT LIST SCORE

The aggregate star rating of all three categories rounded to the nearest half star.

4.0
Performance
4.0
50%*
Innovation
4.5
30%*
Look / Sound / Feel
3.5
20%*

HOT LIST PLAYERS FEEDBACK

Ratings are based on players’ assessments in three key performance areas.

Ball Flight
Lower, More Rolling
Higher, More Carry
Sensory
Quieter
Louder
Playability
Workable
Forgiving

Reviews

How To Use Your Hybrid Effectively

Most amateurs don’t swing fast enough to make their long irons go farther than their middle irons, so hybrids are essential for longer shots into greens. Plus, the hybrid’s design adds forgiveness and playability. Here, Cameron McCormick demonstrates how to use these clubs effectively.

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