Reviews and Problems with Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver
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Callaway Razor Hawk Draw Driver
chevelle, The Greenskeeper
12 March 2012
Conclusion: I was using a CGB MAX Taylormade driver and since I use Callaway X22 irons and liked them, I thought why not go with a Razor Driver to upgrade into something more current. I gave this driver 6 months and gave up on it. The look at addressing the ball was really nice. But that it where it stops. I am not a long hitter, but this driver really hurt my distance. Miss hits when about as far as my 4 Hybred. The driver was not forgiving at all. After 6 months I traded it in.
Summary: THE REASON I BOUGHT THE CLUB WAS, CALLAWAY PUT ON A DEMO.DAY AT OAKDALE COUNTRY CLUB. I TRIED ONE AND HIT IT VERY WELL. A WHILE LATER OAK. HAD A BRIDGESTONE GOLD BALL DEMO. THEY ANALYZED MY SWING AND SAID I SHOULD HAVE A STIFF SHAFT AS I SWING AT 98 MPH. I SWING A PING MEDIUM SHAFT. SO BEING THE CALLAWAY FELT GOOD I THOUGHT I WOULD BUY ONE. NEEDLESS TO SAY IT HASN'T FELT GOOD LIKE THE ONES I TRIED AT THE COURSE. WHEN I STRIKE THE BALL IT FEELS VERY HOLLOW.
Summary: Bought the RAZR Hawk because i thought it was time to upgrade from my FT-5 which is a 10 degree draw. The RAZR was a 10-1/2 degree draw. I tried the RAZR for 4 rounds and simply could not get comfortable with it. On the occasions that I could find the sweet spot, it was without a doubt longer, but I could not trust my swing with the club, all too often I hooked it something awful. Put it away and went back to the FT-5 with once again good results. Sold the RAZR.