Reviews and Problems with Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver
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The Razr I-Mix is a great club.
7 December 2012
Summary: I bought the Razr Hawk to replace my Diablo Octane. The Razr has two biases, Draw and Neutral, which make it easy to taylor your club head to your swing. I bought the draw bias, and it does just that. The Razr seems to be just a little hotter than the Diablo Octane, but they are very close. I do believe the draw bias has given me 5 to 10 more yards consistently off the tee. Also, this the I-Mix model, which allows me to changed shafts.
Summary: The razar hawk driver has a dull sound at impact but the set up looks the same as the ft9 but i perfer the ft9 better because it has a solid sound at impact and the ball seems to leave the club face better
Summary: I'm familiar with Callaway drivers my last driver was an ft-iz. Yes, the razr hawk is longer ( if hit on the sweet spot ) BUT if you're like me and the greater percentage of shots are around the sweet spot, the feel is poor on off center hits, the ft-iz feels good with a strike anywhere on the club face but it's not as long as the razr hawk ( about 10 yds. shorter). I let people with much faster swing speeds use this driver (I'm about 85 - 88 mph) and they love the feel.
Very happy I bought this driver head to give me something exciting.
8 August 2012
Summary: I bought this call away driver head to make up a 46 inch driver, using a shaft I had. The club has proven to be very good for me,as a senior in age 60 plus playing off 7 hcp I have now increased my driving length, I have been using a ping driver g5 for a number of years,and have been happy, the extra length is exciting,I look forward to many rewarding rounds with my made up driver.Pauanuidoug.
Summary: Loved my FT Tour 8.5 and thought that this newer model might be even better. If it is it's not by much and not worth the cost versus the difference. Didn't want to but I tried a Taylor Made RBZ with the HD 6 Matric Ozick and have to say that it performs much better than either Callaway. I bought the 9 degree tour head and dialed it down all the way to 7.5 degrees to open the face and don't doubt that this will be my driver for quite a while.
Summary: first i want to say that i like the club. I switch drivers way to much but i just havent found my grove with the 460 heads. I play at a 9 handicap, 46 years old, played the FT tour, superfast tp, mizuno's 600, and 630, for which i seemed to all have the same distance, but i have lost on aver 15 yards with this club, which i just dont get. I play every weekend with the same boys and 3 of us 4 hit the same off the tee, but im now a club and a half on average behind.
Summary: The Razr hawk ia good , gets extra roll over my R11 ;however the R11 ia straighter and just as far so I will be going with my R-11. Razr Hawk is very good 3 wood better than R11. Light and eaiser to work than R11.
Summary: I tend to go after my drives with a fast swing speed but not an extreme swing speed. The stock extra-stiff RIP shaft combined with the 8.5* VFT club head allows me to do this without waiting on the lag of a more flexible shaft to time my swing and release. This increases my confidence at set up by allowing me to pick my target, pick my shot shape and rip at the ball with the confidence that I will be long and close to my intended target line.
Summary: My background was a club pro for a few summers. I had a plus handicap for a bit. I don't get to play as much as I did back then, so forgiveness and some effortless power is a sought after. I've hadn't been a fan of Callaway drivers in the past. Perhaps the sound (High pitch). My previous drivers were Titleist 905T. Last spring 2010 I was on a launch monitor and wanted to bring my spin down. The Cobra Pro D did the trick. However, I had some control issues.