Reviews and Problems with Callaway Women's Diablo Edge Driver
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Easy and long.
HK "HK", Amazon
29 May 2012
Summary: I'm a 18 handicap golfer and have been playing with a 10.5 deg Mizuno MP-600 (Aldila NV-S 65R). To be honest I really enjoy this driver BUT it takes work to get it to hit right and far. You can't be lazy with it..alas..along comes the Diablo Edge 13 deg. HT (mine has the Aldila Habanero R shaft). I was just getting tired of always having to be under the gun to make good drives. The Diablo HT allows me to just swing without worrying about powering through.
Summary: I picked this up for less then 100 bucks about a month ago. My average drive was 240 with my previous driver and now I am consistently over 250 with a few 300 yard + hits when I hit it well. The only problems I have had with this club so far is chipping around the face from bad hits. The bottom gets scuffed up pretty easy as well. Other then that I have no complaints. It is a semi attractive club and it puts the ball way down field.
Summary: The club looks great in person, very light and it has a great grip. I have the Habanero shaft and it has the perfect amount of stiffness, I use a stiff shaft. I have only hit it at the driving range and it was at night so it was difficult to determine if I was getting more distance or not, but it feels like I was. The only thing I'm not a huge fan of is the feeling and sound just as the club face strikes the ball.
Summary: I purchased this driver with the intent to resell it for a little profit(Dicks was having a double-your-trade-in deal). I'm a 15-16 handicap, and was previously hitting a Titelist 907D2. I hit off the tee with a slight natural draw, but mostly straight. However, when I miss, it's always to the right (slice). I was never a real believer in buying new equipment to help your golf game. Fix the swing, not the club, right?