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What's my impression on RAZR Hawk Driver? 
By golfonlineau on Dec 05, 2012 07:56 AM
What my general impression on the Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver is that it is very long, easy to fade and draw and easy to follow in flight. Not quite as easy to put backspin on as some other balls but still good. It is fun approaching drives on long par 5's and consistently seeing "ole yellow" out in front, and cheap golf clubs only gets better on the next 2 shots. I have had cornea transplants in each eye and these balls are just plain easier to see, even when they are trying to get lost.

I was in the market for a different driver, after all my research I had decided on the Razr Hawk. My old driver was a TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Driver ( love it ), to my surprise, there was no adjustment period to this new club. Very easy to hit. I really haven't found any negative with the club, if anything I will change the grip that came with club. Over 23 million turbostratic carbon fibers provide the strength needed to withstand the violent impact between the Hyperbolic Face and the golf ball.

This driver is made for distance. Callaway has joined the ever expanding (46″ CLUB), where the premium is put on distance to such an extent that it often trumps common sense. While we’ll never say that 45″ is better than 46″ or vice versa, you should definitely take such things into account when judging distance. We can’t say that theCallaway RAZR Hawk Driver is longer than the taylormade r11 driver best price, but we can say that it certainly holds its own against some very long drivers.

In addition, with a 460cc head shape 43% more aerodynamic than its predecessor and the longer Aldila RIP shaft, swing speeds are faster for even more distance. Even if there is still enough light in weight, the Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver comes with 46-inch shaft, which should help the players to produce the faster fluctuations. Forged Composite in their new golf clubs, is one of the key technological enhancements used to a lesser degree in Callaway's previous release. This revolutionary new material maks the Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver lighter, stronger than titanium and allows Callaway engineers to position weight exactly where it maximizes power and distance.
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