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Callaway RAZR Hawk Draw Driver
12 March 2012
Conclusion: Callaway RAZR Hawk Draw Driver The Callaway RAZR Hawk Draw Driver is uncompromised performance. Once again Callaway has made a giant leap forward with Forged Composite technology. This new material gave them the freedom to position weight exactly where they wanted to for maximized power and distance. The sole and crown contain over 23 million turbostratic carbon fibers that constitute 47% of the clubhead.
Summary: The Club: Today I tested out a Callaway RAZR Hawk Tour Driver 9.5 degrees with a stiff RIP Alpha shaft (60 grams). I should mention, I currently play a Callaway FT-3, that I can’t seem to get rid of (and for good reason). Yes, I know it has an odd sound – but it’s one of the most consistent and reliable clubs I have in my bag. If you didn’t know already, the Callaway RAZR Hawk features a forged composite technology that Callaway custom-built with Lamborghini.
Conclusion: Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver The Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver is uncompromised performance. Once again Callaway has made a giant leap forward with Forged Composite technology. This new material gave them the freedom to position weight exactly where they wanted to for maximized power and distance. The sole and crown contain over 23 million turbostratic carbon fibers that constitute 47% of the clubhead.
Conclusion: Chalk up another driver that makes the Golf Digest 2011' Gold List for Callaway. The new Callaway RAZR Hawk and RAZR Hawk Tour should be one hot driver this year. Making lighter clubs is the new craze and for good reason. Dropping few few grams from the shaft and club will give you added distance and control. We think Callaway has a good thing going with the RAZR Hawk and will be watching this one closely has the new season unfolds.
Pros: The carbon-fiber formula is the basis and makes for a much more precisely shaped and weighted driver. Callaway has given us a driver that will provide limitless length off the tee. The RAZR Hawk Tour gives the better player a more workable driver.
Cons: New technology is always subject to scrutiny once it gets to the masses. We'll see how the RAZR Hawk fairs, but all indications are it will do well.
Callaway Releases The RAZR Hawk Driver And Fairway Woods
3 July 2011
Excerpt: When it comes to tee shots, golfers tend to fall into one of two categories: players who simply want to crush the ball, and those who are willing to give up a couple yards if they can shape their shots.