Summary: This was a bit harder to get used to than a tour edge exotic 5-wood. But when I began setting the face slightly open at address things improved dramatically. Club and shaft sure look good and I like the head size tremendously. Pretty sure in a few more practice sessions I will be banging this thing out there with good ball flight control.
Finally found a Diablo 3 Wood to match my Diablo driver
29 January 2014
Summary: I bought the Callaway Octane Driver a year ago, then found out Callaway was discontinuing the Octane line (according to some guy at a golf shop in town) I had a hard time finding the Octane 3 wood until now. It's easy to hit, and very straight. I'm a high handicapper, but once I got a feel for the 3 wood, I hit it consistently 225-235 yards off the tee. I'm very happy with the Octane 3 wood, and recommend it, especially for anybody who already has the Octane driver.
Summary: Club feels just like the Diablo driver I have and seems like you hit the sweet spot no matter where the ball hits off the club face. Took me a few rounds to really break it in and get the feel of it, but now that I have, it's great. Works well off the tee and very easy to hit clean off the fairway.
Summary: I purchased the 13 degree Octane Tour Regular tour shaft, three wood. It is a little difficult to hit as the hossel at the base of the head makes the club stiffer than a normal regular shaft. When it is hit correctly, the flight of the ball is lower and you get more top spin. It is difficult to hit a higher lofted shot with this club, but I like it. I am still learning how to hit it.