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: This is a good golf club at a good price. I got the draw version because of my horrific slice and it seems to be helping. Went golfing this last weekend and put most of my tee shots on the fairway.