I bought the Callaway Razr Hawk Driver and for the first time in my golfing experience I hit every fairway. It doesn’t seem to gain any extra distance but I find it’s very consistent.
The club felt OK and the trajectory was good but it just didn’t do anything for me. Callaway has made a giant leap forward with Forged Composite technology. This new material gave them the freedom to position weight exactly where they wanted to for maximized power and distance. The sole and crown contain over 23 million turbostratic carbon fibers that constitute 47% of the clubhead.
The company’s lightweight carbon-fiber material is used to form the clubhead’s crown and sole. The overall design is enhanced by a spin-cast-nickel rear-weight pad and a thin aluminum skid plate on the sole. A chemically milled titanium cupface helps improve face flexibility on off-center hits. Callaway’s new carbon-fiber formula establishes the foundation for a more precisely shaped and weighted driver that gives new meaning to the expression “doing more with less.”
I used to play ping g20 driver. I struggled a little with this club at first – now I can tell you that it is at least 20 yards longer than the “old” Callaway technology. Also, mishits still go a long way. I know that drivers are sometimes in the head of the driver, that was the case for me. Now, I would not trade it for any other club. I am sure the technology will be better someday – but I don’t know how it could be.
As for feel, our initial reaction with the standard model was a very good one: long gone are the days of muted, soft-feeling and -sounding, carbon-crowned drivers. That driver had some real pop! The Tour model also looked and felt great, with a little firmer sound and feel and more like what we expected from a Tour driver.
For the average golfer, an extra inch on the Ping G25 Driver can mean up to 3 mph increasesequating to a possible increase of up to approximately 8 yards in total distance. Sure, there are some detractors who prefer a shorter driver, since its easier to make solid contact, but with such a forgiving clubhead as the RAZR Hawk, the 46-inch shaft becomes even more compelling for those few extra yards.
I really want to like this club, it’s very hot off the face. Faster swingers will find that the RAZR Hawk drivers produce a more penetrating ballflight than many other 460cc driver models on the market today.
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