Reviews and Problems with Callaway RAZR Hawk Fairway Woods
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Not Pretty But Gets The Job Done
C. Shafer, Amazon
7 March 2014
Summary: This club has clearly been slammed into a golf bag more than once. The black finish is gone in a spot about the size of a nickel. Otherwise, it's like new and it works just fine. One can't always expect something to look brand new when the price is so much less than brand new. Still, perhaps the description in it's listing should have disclosed this obvious detail.
Summary: Ordered along with 3 wood. 3 wood came in perfect condition and with correct head cover. 5 wood came with ding on top of head so there was white spot on black background. No impact on performance and after couple rounds it will match the other dings. Also came with head cover that said it was a 3 wood. No big deal it fits.
Summary: I was a little nervous about the great price that I had gotten on the site only I did receive the item that I wanted and it was new, no scratches and was the brand, not a copy. Haven't gotten to use it yet because here in IL we are still in winter.
Conclusion: I used to have TaylorMade burner 3 wood and constantly hit bad draw or hook. I also prefer light weight wood. So I tried Burner Superfast 2.0, Cobra S3, Cleveland wood, and Callaway RAZR. Out of the light weight woods I tried, this one sets up best as neutral set up unlike Burner. This wood is very consistent and forgiving. Now I rarely hit hook or bad draw. The sound could be little better, but if you are fighting a hook, this fairway wood is for you.
Conclusion: I bought this 3 wood along with the Razor driver to replace the CGB MAX woods I was using. I use Callaway X22 irons and like them so I thought why not try Callaway woods. Tried these clubs for 6 months and after many bad hits and rounds I traded them in this month. This club has a very small sweet spot and miss hits are really penilized. Even the ones that are hit well are lacking for distance compared to some of the other 3 woods out there.