What kind of Callaway Men's RAZR Hawk Tour Driver do you need?
Forged Composite Revolutionary new material that s lighter, stronger than titanium Sole and crown contain over 23 million turbostratic carbon fibers that constitute 47 of the clubhead. Hyperbolic Face Technology Chemical milling process selectively removes excess material for precision thickness control across the face Consistently high ball speeds for long distance. Aerodynamic Head Shape Streamlined surface contours reduce drag during the downswing by 43 compared to the FT-9 Driver Creates higher impact speeds for added distance. RAZR Weighting System Each driver is available in either a Draw or Neutral configuration Allows golfers to select model that works best with their ball flight. Aldila RIP Graphite Shaft Lower torque with better tip stability Give better players the ideal performance and feel they want from their shaft
What is the advantage of this Callaway Men's RAZR Hawk Tour Driver?
Product One-Liner Uncompromised Performance Once again we ve made a giant leap forward with Forged Composite technology. This new material gave us the freedom to position weight exactly where we wanted to for maximized power and distance. With RAZR Hawk there are no tradeoffs. It s golf s first uncompromised driver.
Callaway once again The Razr Hawk Tour offers several other advantages. The club s Hyperbolic Face technology, for instance, is the result of a chemical milling process that selectively removes excess material to precisely control the thickness across the face. This produces consistently high ball speeds and longer distances. The driver s aerodynamic head shape, meanwhile, features a streamlined, contoured surface that minimizes energy loss during the downswing. By reducing drag by 43 percent compared to Callaway s FT-9 driver, the club encourages higher impact speeds and added distance. Razr Hawk Tour drivers also feature the Razr Weighting System, with draw and neutral configurations that allow golfers to choose the model that best works with their natural ball flight. Finally, the Razr Hawk Tour driver sports an Aldila RIP Tour graphite shaft with optimized torque and flex characteristics. This creates better tip stability with great predictability, a smooth feel, and excellent control.
Just hit the driving range and was able to shape the ball nicely with this driver. Pleasantly surprised that the stiff flex shaft was actually stiff. Ball hit straight and true with minimal effort. Not a loud sound when you hit it correctly so you may not turn eyes at the driving range. I m good with that as long as it hits far...280 ...and it does. Fading the ball was easy, drawing took a little more effort but that may be due to my lack of practice. Straight shots were easy. Well worth the 109 I paid