Tour Edge Exotics C721 Irons - (Steel)
- Game-Improvement Irons
- Dual VIBRCOR Tech
- Diamond Face 2.0
- Steel face
- Hollow body
- Competition shape
- Dual VIBRCOR Technology
- TPU used in two places enhances feel and dampens sound and shock at impact
- Diamond Face 2.0
- 92 Diamond shapes covering the entire face
- Three different thicknesses in an interweaving patten
- Face thickness reduction of 29%
- Extreme heel and toe coverage for ball speed on off-center hits with increased forgiveness
- Military-Grade Maraging Steel Face features reduced thickness and increased face flex across a greater surface area
- L-Cup face design acts as a hinge to improve accuracy and protect off-center ball speed
- Hollow body design for distance and forgiveness
- Player-Preferred Competition shape with a classic design, more traditional lofts and a thinner topline
- Game-improvement iron: Medium-sized clubheads with lots of forgiving features while featuring a fairly classic profile at address
- Lamkin Crossline 360 Gray
- Country of Origin : United States of America
- Style : E0SRS
- DSG Pro Tips
- Brand : Tour Edge
- Web ID: 21TEDMXTCSC7213PWIRNA
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