A head design that looks and sounds superb. A low-spinning flight will be ideal for faster swing speeds and those who want to work the ball Players with slow to medium swing speeds should be custom fitted as the Aldila RIP is one of the firmer shafts on offer PGA Pro verdict What a looker this is. It has an appealing headshape and sat beautifully. It also looked to show more roll and bulge on the face, which is a feature I appreciate, knowing that it helps accuracy. The launch was higher than I usually hit a 9.5˚, but it added yardage. The neutral bias helped me work the ball both ways. This is a first-class product. (John Jacobs)
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The second driver to utilise lightweight Forged Composite to create a lightweight yet extremely strong clubhead. While the Diablo only uses Forged Composite in the crown, in the RAZR Hawk it forms both the crown and the sole, making it even lighter. The head is also more aerodynamic to further increase swing speed.
The Callaway RAZR Hawk driver will suit players wanting a lightweight and extremely consistent driver and/or anyone who liked the great-looking FT-9 and FT-Tour models.
Callaway's composite offerings have been the strongest part of their wood range and the RAZR Hawk continues to impress. The firm-tipped Aldila RIP helps to produce a penetrating flight and the sound is very solid. Expect to see the tour version in the hands of Callaway's top players.
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