If you've already seen the review of the RAZR X Black driver, you might have an inkling of my opinion of Callaway RAZR X Black Fairway Wood , because they have a strong family resemblance.
Like their brother RAZR X Black driver, the RAZR X Black Fairway Wood are dressed up in black. They’re dressed for bear, too, and you’ll know it when you’re looking down at them at address. The all-black, traditionally-shaped heads of Callaway RAZR X Black woods and their built-in “attitude” will give you the confidence you need to make a strong but controlled swing. That’s the type of confidence and swing that will give you the distance and accuracy you need to attack the course and shoot lower scores.
The head shape of all Callaway RAZR X Black Wood is traditional. They have large footprints and deep faces. They’re not triangular, square or any other “geometric” shape that supposedly makes clubs more aerodynamic or have a higher Moment of Inertia (“MOI”).
Callaway RAZR X Black woods are available in several lofts: 3-wood (15 degrees); 4-wood (17 degrees); 5-wood (19 degrees); 7-wood (21 degrees); and 9-wood (24 degrees). The stock graphite shaft is a 60-gram Callaway RAZR X Black in stiff or regular flex. A 55-gram Callaway RAZR X Black graphite shaft in light (senior) flex is also available at no additional cost.
Their classic shape and all-black crowns make RAZR X Fairway Wood appear poised to bomb the ball, whether you’re hitting off the tee or from the fairway. My choice would be the 3-wood for distance and the 7-wood for versatility. But, no matter which of these woods you choose, you’ll like the look and love the distance. They’re a lot more than just another pretty face.
Therefore, if you're looking for new fairway woods, you can consider these clubs.