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Tour Edge Exotics E8 Hybrid

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Tour Edge Exotics E8 Hybrid (5.00), Reviews (3)
The E8 hybrid is Tour Edge's most technologically-advanced series and their first adjustable hybrid.

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Exotics E8 Hybrids

The E8 hybrid is Tour Edge's most technologically-advanced series and it is Tour Edge's first adjustable hybrid. Featuring a 450 stainless hyper steel body plasma welded to a forged cup face, this hybrid delivers exceptional power. Reengineering the Power Grid and making it smaller allows for more flexing at impact, increased spring effect, and more distance. Deep cut away steps positioned back in the heel and toe of the sole makes shaping shots off the tee and the turf extremely easy. The steps increase MOI and maximize stability on off-center contact while minimizing turf drag. The result is more control and power at impact.

The E8 incorporates trajectory control courtesy of an adjustable sole weight. The club comes standard at 9 grams, 3 grams heavier than the driver making dramatic effects on the center of gravity, and trajectory control. The E8 hybrid utilizes the same optional weight kit as fairway wood that includes 6-gram, 11-gram, and 14-gram weights.

The E8 hybrid is powered with UST Mamiya Recoil graphite shafts - Recoil technology positions over 19 different layers within the shaft to deilver great feel in lightweight options.


  • Center of gravity is positioned lower and closer to the face for faster ball speed with less spin
  • Forged cup face delivers stunning power
  • Heel and toe sole relief increases stability and reduces turf drag
  • One-piece casted pocket-cavity head design



Great value
This isn't the highest priced club, but is the highest quality. The club is extremely easy to hit and has good distance. The club head also passes the all important "eye test" when setting up to the ball.
e8 hybrid
package came on time,will order again
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Expert Review

Tour Edge Exotics E8 Hybrid 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 Exotics E8 Hybrid offers a Forged Cup Face, an Adjustable Sole Weight that aids in CG position, and a Power Grid that flexes at impact to increase ball speeds off of the face. Like the past E8 offerings, the head is very clean and simple with a flat-black colorway. The E8 features the UST Recoil Graphite shaft, which is not offered by very many other OEM’s, even though it has been a great success in irons since its release.

Who's It For?

The Exotics E8 will fit a large group of players. With the adjustable sole weight (kit sold separately), one can change the CG to produce different ball flights. With the stock weight installed I would suggest this head would fit all but the high swing speed players.

Final Take

At address, the E8 Hybrid looks quite differently than other hybrids. I see a longer, more square face design. Longer meaning that the toe to heel area has less of a bulge and roll. I noticed this on the driver and fairway woods, also. To me, this look appears more normal on those two, but on the hybrid it definitely presents a unique shape to my eye. I am not saying it’s a good thing or bad thing, it’s just worth noting its difference compared to other hybrids I tend to see. I have tried a wide variety of hybrid shafts, and I really liked the Recoil shaft because it produced some of the tightest dispersion of any of the shafts that I have tried. This set up produced a solid ball flight with easy to launch conditions. The head might look slightly different, but it produced solid shots time-in and time-out, it just wasn’t particularly long.

Read the 2015 Hybrid Guide


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