Callaway Razr Hawk

The big stick from Callaway that you’ve seen designed and advertised in a partnership with Lamborghini.  I see your white driver and raise you a Lamborghini!  Ah, golf company marketing is fun these days.  Same as the Callaway Diablo Octane this driver is built with the forged composite technology that lightens the clubhead without losing the high MOI.  Callaway also advertises the composite material as being longer than standard titanium head drivers.
Reviewer: Ian
Club Name:  Callaway Razr Hawk
Club Specs:  Aldila RIP 60g Stiff


Longest Drive: 273.6
Average Drive Distance: 260
Average Ball Speed: 146
Average Swing Speed: 100

Ball Flight Pattern: Left Score: 22/25
Look:  5/5
Sound: 5 5
Feel:  5/5
Distance:  4/5
Accuracy:  3/5

Reviewer: Jason
Club Name: Callaway Razr Hawk
Club Specs: Aldila RIP 60g Stiff


Longest Drive: 284.5
Average Drive Distance: 254.8
Average Ball Speed: 156.2
Average Swing Speed: 107

Ball Flight Pattern: Score: 21/25
Look: 5/5
Sound:4 /5
Feel: 4/5
Distance: 3/5
Accuracy: 5/5

Reviewers Feedback:

Ian – This might sound odd but this might be sexiest golf club I have ever seen. All black matte finish with a badass looking Aldilia RIP shaft with the skulls on it. Not to mention the fact that when hit on the screws I felt like I was destroying the ball. Couldn’t find anything I did not like about this stick. Definitely a players club in the tour version. Loved the low, flighted looking trajectory on the launch monitor as well. I scoffed at a buddy a while ago when he said this stick was better than the R11 but now I understand why he gave it such praise. Great golf club for the low handicapper.

Jason – I really liked the looks of this driver. The black head with the black RIP shaft is a great combo. I was a very consistent performer with a great feel. Not the longest of the day but a very solid performer. The stock Aldila RIP shaft is excellent.

Pro Golf Discount Price: $399.99
MSRP: $500

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