Tour Edge, the pound for pound industry leader in performance and innovation, was a part
of their third win of the young PGA TOUR Champions season Sunday at the Insperity
Invitational in The Woodlands, TX.
So far in 2022 after eight events, Tour Edge has been a part of three victories, four runner up finishes, 13 Top 5’s and 18 Top 10 finishes.
The winner of the event was playing a 22-degree Exotics C721 Hybrid with an Aldila NV 85
shaft for his second victory in the last three Champions events played.
The 50-year-old New Zealander who has been on fire on the PGA TOUR Champions since
playing his way into full status since joining midway through last season.
He earned his first start with a Monday qualifier and then posted six consecutive Top 10
finishes. He followed that up with a victory, a runner-up and 4th place finish in the three
playoff events to end a spectacular run. He has now won twice in the 2022 season with Tour
Edge in the bag.
He has been playing the award-wining Exotics C721 hybrid since September of 2021.
The victory is the 17th for Tour Edge clubs since they started working full-time with
Champions tour players in 2018.
Exotics Drivers Making Waves on PGA TOUR Champions in 2022
Tour Edge also set several milestones this weekend at the PGA TOUR Champions Insperity
Tour Edge ranked as the #3 ranked manufacturer for total drivers in play at The Woodlands
Country Club, beating a few behemoth manufacturers in the process.
Out of the nine Exotics drivers the company had in play at the event, five of them ended up
finishing in the Top 25 of the event, including two Top 5 finishes.
That is the most drivers the company has seen finish in the Top 25 in a professional
tournament to date.
• Tour Edge staffer Alex Cejka played an Exotics Pro 721 Driver to a solo 4th place
finish. He averaged 285.3 yards off the tee, ranking 14th for the event, and hit 31/42
fairways. He hit every fairway Sunday in his 6-under-par 66 round.
• Fellow staffer Ken Duke finished T5 at the event gaming his Exotics E722 Driver.
Duke was T5 in driving accuracy with the E driver at 85% of fairways hit for the
• A player who won with the Exotics C721 Driver last season that he still plays finished
17th with the big stick. He was T10 in driving accuracy at 83% for the tournament.
• Tour Edge staffer Mike Weir also finished 17th with his E722 Driver. He averaged 272
yards off the tee this week.
• Another Tour Edge staffer choosing to play an Exotics driver this week was Tom
Lehman, who finished T25 with an Exotics C722 Driver in play. He ranked T14 in
accuracy at 80% of fairways hit with this new driver.
Overall, 17 players were playing 46 different Tour Edge clubs in the field of the Insperity (nine drivers, 16 fairways and hybrids, 14 irons, four utility irons and three wedges).
Six Tour Edge staff players finished in the Top 25 of the event including an 8th place finish for Bernhard Langer and a 17th place finish for Tim Petrovic.
Staffers Scott McCarron and Duffy Waldorf were both playing C722 drivers at the event, as was another non-staffer.
Tour Edge has now been a part of 17 victories and 27 runner-up finishes on the PGA TOUR Champions since 2018. That accounts for a total of 44 1st and 2nd place finishes in the last 88 Champions events played (50%).
Tour Edge has seen 2,661 clubs in play by 138 different PGA Tour professionals on the three PGA Tours over the last four seasons.
In that time, the company has earned 18 wins, 98 Top 5’s and 223 Top 10 finishes.