Callaway RAZR Hawk faiway wood

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A review of the Callaway RAZR Hawk faiway wood

Callaway RAZR Hawk
Golf Monthly Verdict

A very impressive offering in the high-end market. The Callaway RAZR Hawk head is far more forgiving than the compact look would suggest. The head design performs from thicker rough than most fairway woods.

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Callaway's new Forged Composite - which is promised to be lighter yet stronger than titanium - is used in the crown of the RAZR Hawk woods for improved CG. VFT Technology should also enlarge the sweetspot.

The forgiveness provided here is from a head more compact than some less forgiving rivals and the weight saved in the head has created the opportunity for adjustability.


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