Callaway Razr Hawk with a Custome shaft is the way to go
4 February 2014
Summary: I have all callaway drivers also but the tour edition of callaway drivers are really awsome. This driver goes long if you put a good custome shaft in it not the stock ones. they are worth less. I put a Fubuki Mitsubishi Rayon Stiff 70 x5ct in mine and that was the difference. The key to any Driver is the shaft that gives you the distance.
Summary: I bought this product for a better driver and that's exactly what I got. It has helped me improve my golf game big time! My drives are a lot straighter and longer. I would recommend anyone to buy this item.
Summary: I am hitting this 10.5 Razr Hawk better than ever. I am hitting it farther and more consistent than ever. I can hit it straight, slight draw and a power fade. I love the driver. I also have a 11.5 Razr Hawk and I can hit it off the deck and very high. Great for courses that are short. I highly recommend this driver.
Summary: The Razr Hawk Tour Driver is one of the finest clubs of it's generation. For the money, I would put it up against the highly marketed R11 or the R11s. Go for the i-mix version if you want to be able to dial in on your swing type. In my household, we have had the 9.5 Draw, 8.5 Tour, 9.5 Neutral, and my daughter had the 11.5 Neutral. If you're wondering if the Draw weight works... Yes! I used to play a very slight fade. It had me drawing the ball right away.
Summary: Great Club. Although not everyone can hit a 8.5 degree Driver, I have no trouble getting the Ball airborne and am really "crushing" it with this Club. Read reviews on the Club before buying it and am very satisified with this club. Highly recommend it.
Summary: The Callaway I-MAX Razer Hawk Driver that I purchased was just what I wanted, a golf club that I could change the shaft in with just a wrench. I have 3 shaft, head combinations that I have used and I am very happy with my purchase.
Summary: I give this club 5/5. Before I tried the Callaway Razr Hawk driver, my driver of choice was Titliest. I decided to give the Callaway a try because I knew this club had a bigger sweet spot. I was not disappointed. I love the way it looks at address. The sound at impact is very solid and forgiving. The Callaway Razr Hawk has two types of drivers to choose from: the DRAW or NEUTRAL. After hitting this club I've decided to get the Callaway Razr hawk 5 wood.