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Tour Edge Exotics E8 Beta Driver

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The new E8 Beta adjustable driver features a 440cc low-spin, deeper-faced head that produces a slightly lower, more penetrating trajectory and delivers legendary power and feel.

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Exotics E8 Beta Driver

Exotics E8 Beta Adjustable Driver

The new E8 Beta adjustable driver features a 440cc low-spin, deeper-faced head that produces a slightly lower, more penetrating trajectory and delivers legendary power and feel. To deliver elite performance for players with faster swing speeds, the Beta utilizes a higher, more forward center of gravity position to produce a powerful launch with less spin. The E8 Beta features one head with adjustable loft options from 8.5 to 12 degrees in ½ degree increments. This advanced versatility gives players the ultimate control in achieving optimal distance and accuracy.

The Power Grid on the Beta model is strategically narrower than on the E8. This allows the center of gravity to be positioned closer to the face in the Beta, creating a powerful launch with minimal spin. The Power Grid cells are aligned in offsetting rows, strengthening the design and allowing the cells to be made thinner for added flexibility and a more powerful launch.

Variable face thickness technology offers multiple levels of thickness that maximize the spring-like effect from more points on the face, especially in the heel and toe areas.

The Beta includes an added adjustability option by incorporating an interchangeable sole weight. The driver comes standard with a 7-gram weight in the sole, but can be changed with the purchase of an optional weight kit. The three-piece weight kit includes a 5-gram, 10-gram, and an 12-gram weight.


  • Center of gravity is positioned higher and closer to the face for faster ball speed with less spin
  • 440cc deep-faced head produces more penetrating trajectory
  • Beta titanium face delivers Exotics legendary power and feel
  • Interchangeable sole weight kit can be purchased to adjust the club's swingweight



Tour Edge Exotics E8 Beta
The Tour Edge Exotics E8 Beta is a winner folks. First off the smaller head size at 440cc is meant for the lower handicapper, so its a good thing I have a scratch handicap. I really enjoyed the look of the driver, with the grayish, black color. The E for a alignment aid was subtle so it was not distracting. For performance, the club exceeded all expectations I had. I was getting 10 extra yards to my drives, which might not seem like much but was a pretty good improvement. The nice things is it provided a lower launch with was great playing in the wind, it felt like the ball would pierce the wind and fly true. The adjustability of the driver and all the lofts is a nice touch, but I really like the weight options in the sole. Changing the weight allows me to feel the head better. Great driver by Exotics!

Expert Review

Tour Edge Exotics E8 Beta Driver Expert Review

Written By: Bob Gomavitz

Player Stats:
  • Age: 57
  • Handicap: 4.6
  • Years Playing Golf: 45
  • Being an absolute equipment junkie, I was approached by to write reviews and share my findings with you. Having been chosen to write a number of Taylormade product reviews for I felt that this is an excellent opportunity to put my knowledge to use.


The Takeaway

The Tour Edge Exotic E8 Beta is a really clean, simple looking head. The is the Beta Titanium faced version that is 440cc deep-faced, low-spin version of the Tour Edge Exotics E8 Driver. I paired this head with a Fujikura Pro 73 TS shaft, which is slightly on the heavy side for me. Looking down at the E8 Beta, I noticed two things right way, the flat black head and the white grooves on the face. The flat black is simple and clean, and the way the grooves are placed on the head really frames the ball well at address. Adjustability comes from a sole weight, and different lofts from the hosel unit. To my hands, the feel was solid and crisp, offering very good feedback. Sound-wise, it seemed like the Beta version was just a little bit louder than the non-Beta version. The head sat square with the loft set at 8.5, but looked to have more loft than 8.5 degrees in my eyes.

Who's It For?

Both versions will fit a very large variety of players.

Final Take

I found it interesting that the Tour Edge Exotics E8 version, the Tour Edge Exotics E8 Beta looks clean and simple, produces an excellent ball flight, was easy to swing, and had super tight dispersion that had me taking notes. Both versions are sleepers in my mind, and should not be overlooked. Lastly, I like the adjustable weight in the sole, which helps dial in your swing weight and/or ball flight. What I didn’t like is that you have to buy the kit to do so.

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