Tour Edge Exotics C723 Driver Review

If you want a forgiving and extremely adjustable driver, you’re in the right place. Today we’ll review the new Tour Edge Exotics C723 driver and show how it’s a massive upgrade from the previous 722. 

As you probably know, your driver is one of the most important clubs in the bag. But a ton of amateur golfers fear their driver and one of the main reasons is that it might not suit your swing.

This is why it’s so important to buy a club that you can adjust to fit your ideal shot shape and trajectory.

Once you have the right driver, it makes golf a lot easier. Let’s dive in to see how this Tour Edge driver can transform your long game. 

Tour Edge Exotics Driver Price and Specs

The Tour Edge Exotics have two great drivers with the C723 and E723. 

The C series is geared toward better golfers who want lower spin to offset faster swing speeds. While the E series is ultra forgiving and meant for everyday golfers – both clubs have tons of adjustability to finely tune it to your swing speed. 

These new drivers are available in multiple lofts; 8, 9, 10.5, and 12 degrees. Plus, as you’ll see in this review, you can adjust the driver loft with ease. 

The 8-degree option is only in the C series and the 10.5 is the only option for left-handed golfers. They do make a women’s version as well (same club, just one inch shorter). 

To further customize this club to your unique swing, you have multiple shafts to choose from. 

  • Mitsubishi Tensei AV Blue 65: This 65-gram graphite shaft has a mid-launch profile and is available in R, S, or X flex. The weight doesn’t change with flex and has a mid-launch profile which is great for everyday golfers. 
  • Project X HZRDUS Black Gen 4: This 60-gram shaft has less torque and is geared toward faster swinging golfers. The shaft is available in R, S, or X flex with a very low launch profile. 

All Tour Edge drivers come with a Lamkin Crossline 360 grip. The price for these drivers is $449 and don’t typically offer different upgraded shafts like other brands. 

Tour Edge Exotics C723 Driver Review 

We’ll focus primarily on the C723 in this review but also touch on the differences between the E723 as well. 

Looks and Feel

It’s hard to beat the look and feel of the C723 driver. From any angle this driver looks great and it’s hard to ignore all the customization options on this club.

It feels and sounds great too. It’s a louder noise than some drivers but definitely not too much either. You can definitely tell from the sound when you hit one in the sweet spot. 


What makes this driver truly perform like very few others is the insane adjustability in the “fine-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 M.O.I. and flight/spin rate manipulation.”

This driver comes with a 5-gram weight in the front and a 15-gram weight in the back. You can then adjust the weights if you want to alter the RPM by 300 to match your swing. 

Additionally, you can change the MOI (making it more forgiving) – not to mention it is way more forgiving than the previous C design. As you slide the weight you can change the direction of the ball flight up to seven yards as well.  

For example, if you slide the weight to the draw position, your ball flight would adjust seven yards to the left for a right-handed golfer. This is the type of customization that players love as you can test out different settings to see what works best for your game.

Technology and Features

While the head has tons of adjustability, it also has a lot of other great technology to make it a top driver in 2023. First up is the 360 ridgeback technology which makes the face thinner for more ball speed and total distance. 

“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.”

Like a lot of their brands, Tour Edge switched from titanium to carbon for even more benefits. It has 5% more carbon than the previous model and saves a ton of weight. 

“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.”

By using this material they can redistribute the weight and improve CG for better mishits! 


There are two new drivers from Tour Edge – unlike other brands where there are three or four different heads. My guess is that since the driver is so adjustable they didn’t need the extra option(s). While we’ve covered the C723 extensively here is the other alternative. 

Tour Edge E723 Driver

The E723 has a lot of the same benefits as the C723 but is even more forgiving and made for the everyday golfer. It doesn’t have quite as much adjustability but it does have a flight tuning system to adjust the MOI. You can slide the weight on the adjustable track for up to 10 yards of directional flight.

For example, if you slide the weight to the fade position, your flight will be 10 yards to the right and vice versa for a draw. It’s also more forgiving than the C723 and has a higher ball flight too. 

It still has the 360 ridgeback technology for superior sound and feel, quad carbon technology for extra forgiveness, and a diamond face. The diamond face helps produce faster ball speeds across the face so even your mishits still go a long way.

Lastly, this driver has an option for 12 degrees (no 8-degree option like the C723) and two different shafts. You can choose from the Air Speeder (super lightweight, 40 grams) or the Tensei AV Blue 65 gram shaft (R, S, or X flex). 

Pros & Cons


  • Big upgrade from the C722.
  • Three loft and two stock shafts.
  • One of the most adjustable drivers in 2023. 
  • Has a more forgiving option with the E723 and still has adjustability. 


  • Not much to say here. This club sounds good, looks good, and allows you to fine tune as much as any other driver from top brands.

Alternate Driver Options

Not sure if the Tour Edge driver is the one for your game? Here are a few alternative drivers that might work out better.

Callaway Paradym

Callaway has some of the best drivers on the market and the Paradym is a game-changer. The guys on the PGA Tour are dominating with it early in the 2023 season and there are three models to fit any type of golfer. 

Lower handicaps will enjoy the benefits of the triple diamond thanks to a smaller head and lower spin. While everyday golfers will like the normal or the X version which helps straighten out slices. These clubs are made with forged carbon (like the Tour Edge) and are some of the longest clubs in golf. 

Click here to read our full review.

Titleist TSR Drivers

The Titleist drivers are also a top pick for 2023 and about the same price point. If you want the most adjustable version make sure to opt for the TSR3 which has a sliding weight track like this Tour Edge driver. It also has an adjustable hosel to tweak the loft and lie angle too. 

Click here to read our full review now. 

Wrap Up 

While Tour Edge might not be a huge name like Titleist or TaylorMade, their new driver is incredible. It’s no doubt worth the money thanks to the design and adjustability features as it makes it easy to fit your swing.

If you want even more forgiveness and higher launch, go with the E723. Finally, don’t forget to find the right loft and shaft as there are multiple options available. 

The Golf Bandit
The Golf Bandit

Hi, I'm Jan. I love golf and I have been playing for a while now. I really enjoy trying out new golf clubs and equipment, and like to review them on my blog. I consider myself lucky as I have access to the latest clubs and gadgets, so I can get a feel for how they perform on the golf course. I also like to share my tips and tricks on how to improve your game, so if you're looking for help with that then look no further! Thanks for visiting, and I hope you find something useful here.

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