Tour Edge Wingman 700 Series Putters Review (6 NEW Putters)

Tour Edge have launched six new Wingman putters for 2023.

Tour Edge Wingman 700 Series Putters

The Tour Edge Wingman 700 Series putters have been expanded with six new models launched for 2023. How do the six mallets perform?

The 700 series features three designs and six models – the Super Max MOI 701 & 702, the Max MOI 703 & 704 and the High MOI Mini Mallet 705 & 706.

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What Tour Edge says about the Wingman 700 Series putters:

“Wingman is back and better than ever. We expanded the Wingman 700 series to fit more players and to really upgrade the look, sound and feel in a big way.

“A hollow carbon sole plate with a larger surface area in the new Wingman redistributes weight to the sides and back of the clubhead to boost MOI. You’ll absolutely make more putts with these extreme MOI putters.

“By utilizing more carbon, 34% of the stainless steel has been removed to create even more perimeter weighting and stability.

Tour Edge Wingman 700 Series Putters

“Lock-on alignment technology is one-of-a-kind contrast alignment technology that allows you to discern your eye at address if the lie angle of the putter is matched correct to the target.

“The 20% larger alignment line surface area frames the ball better at address to effectively lock in more putts.

“Interchangeable weights on the sole of all three designs offer the option of adding or subtracting more overall weight to the heel and toe of the clubhead to obtain preferred feel.

“Micro-Groove Face Technology features a softer durometer thermoplastic TPU face insert for a greatly improved feel.”

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Tour Edge Wingman 701 Putter

Tour Edge Wingman 701 Putter

The 701 model is one of two in the Super Max MOI design with the standard fangs joined by two perimeter weights.

The design of this mallet putter ensures the face remains square through impact and is the most forgiving in 700 series.

Tour Edge Wingman 701 Putter

The new putter combines a stainless steel frame with carbon sole plate for a lightweight design, while the clubhead weights are interchangeable if you prefer a heavier putter.

Also present is a dominate alignment line to help hole more putts, and you can stroke the ball better thanks to improved Micro-Groove Face Technology with a softer TPU face insert for better feel.

The 701 has a mid toe hang balance and is best suited to golfers with a slight arc putting stroke.

Tour Edge Wingman 702 Putter

Tour Edge Wingman 702 Putter

The Wingman 702 putter is identical to the 701 but is the face balanced option of the two.

Featuring a double bend hosel, the 702 is the putter of choice if you like a dominant large mallet and have a straight back and through pendulum putting stroke.

The 702 is also a stainless steel frame with a carbon sole plate, which helps save weight and increase the MOI and forgiveness.

Tour Edge Wingman 702 Putter

You can adapt the perimeter weights to suit your preferences in putter head with the external interchangeable weights to create a lighter or heavier overall weight.

The Micro-Groove Face Technology with a softer TPU face insert provides a better feel and the larger line alignment helps improve your putting on the greens.

Tour Edge Wingman 703 Putter

Tour Edge Wingman 703 Putter

One of two Max MOI models in the range, the 703 is a mid toe-hang option with a classic fang-style mallet putter head.

The design is more compact with no external weighting in the 703 (and 704), but there is still a significant MOI and forgiveness in this version of the 700 series.

In this model, the interchangeable weights are positioned more forward rather than on the perimeter of the head like the 701 and 702 putters, providing a gradual step down in MOI.

Tour Edge Wingman 703 Putter

The 703 has a mid toe hang balance and is best suited to golfers with a slight arc putting stroke.

This putter also had a combined stainless steel head and carbon sole plate for a lighter feel than in previous versions.

The elongated sight line is also larger in this model to help lining up putters and the Micro-Groove Face Technology with a softer TPU face provides a better feel.

Tour Edge Wingman 704 Putter

Tour Edge Wingman 704 Putter

Identical to the 703 putter, the 704 model has a double bend hosel for a balanced face set up.

This putter suits a straight back and through pendulum putting stroke with the weighting designed to keep the head square through impact.

The interchangeable weights are positioned more forward rather than on the perimeter of the head like the 701 and 702 putters.

Tour Edge Wingman 704 Putter

This set up provides a gradual step down in MOI and then can be adjusted to suit your requirements in terms of weight of putter.

Made from a combined stainless steel head and carbon sole plate, the putter has a lighter feel than in previous versions.

The elongated sight line is also larger in this model to help lining up putters and the Micro-Groove Face Technology with a softer TPU face provides a better feel.

Tour Edge Wingman 705 Putter

Tour Edge Wingman 705 Putter

The 705 putter is one of two models in the High MOI Mini Mallet design and with this much more compact design having mass market appeal.

Tour Edge have come up with a putter that offers all the forgiveness of a mallet with the playability of a blade.

Tour Edge Wingman 705 Putter

The shortened wings are what make this – and the 706 putter – have a more compact footprint, with the design tweak also meaning the alignment aid is shorter is this model too.

Made from a combined stainless steel head and carbon sole plate, the putter has a lighter feel than in previous Wingman putters.

The 705 has a mid toe hang and suits golfers with a slight arc putting stroke.

Tour Edge Wingman 706 Putter

Tour Edge Wingman 706 Putter

The Wingman 706, which is identical in shape to the 705, is the only putter in the series to feature a center shaft design.

This is a putter that is suited to players who like to get their eye directly over the ball, and who have a straight back and through putting stroke.

Tour Edge Wingman 706 Putter

Like the 705, this putter has shortened wings and a more compact shape in a High MOI Mini Mallet design. It has all the forgiveness of a mallet with the playability of a blade.

Featuring a stainless steel and carbon sole construction, the 706 putter boasts Micro-Groove Face Technology with a softer TPU face for a better feel.

Verdict: Are Tour Edge Wingman 700 series putters any good?

The Tour Edge Wingman 700 series putters have enhanced the wingman series and come up with six excellent for golfers looking for a new mallet for 2023.

The three putter heads shapes all offer a slightly different looks and the three hosel styles mean you will be able to find the perfect putter for your needs.

The key things across all six options is the forgiveness and the ability to keep the face square. Interchangeable weights across the series mean you can adapt them to suit your requirements too.

As far as mallets go, you will not be disappointed with the performance of the new Wingman range.

FAQs

What is the Tour Edge Wingman 700 Series Putters release date?

The new putters were unveiled in January 2023 and are available to purchase now.

How much does the Tour Edge 700 putters cost?

Prices for the all six putters start at $199.

What are the Tour Edge Wingman 700 putters specs?

The Super Max MOI versions are the 701 & 702, the Max MOI design is the 703 & 704 and the High MOI Mini Mallet 705 & 706.

The 701, 703 & 705 are Mid-Toe-Hang hosels, the 702 & 704 are Double Bend Face-Balanced hosels and the 706 is a Center Balanced hosel.

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