Have you played the Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver? It's long! Very long! It features a forged composite technology.
Many golfers hit this driver hit it up to 20 yards further than their current driver. Even when they missed the center of the club face they were still able to hit this driver much longer than the driver they have been carrying in their bag. The RAZR Hawk Driver has streamlined surface contours to reduce energy loss from drag during the downswing by 43% compared to the cheap RAZR fit driver. This creates higher impact speeds for added distance.
The sole and crown of the RAZR Hawk Driver contains more than 23 million turbostratic carbon fibres that reinforce 67% of the clubhead. This allowed engineers to precisely control thickness like never before, resulting in a clubhead that's lighter, stronger than titanium but still has an extremely high moment of inertia.
The workability of this driver was also great. I’ll bet the Aldila RIP had something to do with this – it’s a really solid shaft. I felt in control at address, and knew how the club would perform when trying to work the ball to the right or left. The club also performed well when jumped on – Callaway made a good choice partnering with Aldila on the cheap golf clubs.
To sum up, Callaway has a winner with this driver. It is made for both power and accuracy with its precise design using forged composite technology. I will admit that this driver did great things for ball spin – especially for off-center hits.