After trying the Callaway RAZR X Black Driver, the thought occured to me is that Callaway Comes with another winner which is right the RAZR X Black. The best way to describe the Callaway RAZR X Black Driver is easy and consistent. The driver is perfect for someone who just wants to set up and swing, rather than tinker with a bunch of adjustments.
This new driver features Forged Composite material in the crown and Distance Trajectory Weighting that promotes premium conditions for maximum distance in a high launch, low spinning ball flight. Designed for golfers who want the ultimate in speed and accuracy off the tee, the RAZR X Black Driver also incorporates a Black PVD Finish for a look thatís just flat-out, head-turning cool.
I hit it very well at the store and everything I hit was 300 yards down the middle. It has a great feel to it and the ball jumps off the face. This is a very good driver if your not into all the adjustment that come with the Razar Fit and the cheap TaylorMade R11 Driver which I am not. I have a heck of a fade/slice usually so I wanted to get a club that was forgiving. This club is forgiving. I have had a lot of success with it as long as I take a good "pass" at the ball. It will improve your game and get you down the fairway.
When swinging the driver, I noticed how light it was. The Forged Composite and the design definitely make the club a lot lighter. This does not suit my swing, but it wasn't too bad. The club actually has really nice feel. It seems to launch off the face. I believe that it probably spins a good amount because of the shallow face, but I could not really determine how much with the short ball flight. This club was definitely better sounding than the Callaway RAZR Fit Driver australia which I once favored, quieter and more of a thwack. The club is easy to hit in the center of the face, but I'm sure if you miss the center of the face it will be very forgiving.
An aerodynamic design of the clubhead means the RAZR X Black driver creates 17-percent less drag in the downswing compared to Callaway's Diablo Octane driver, and less drag can help golfers boost swing speed. Callaway's senior VP of R&D, Alan Hocknell, succintly describes the target audience for the RAZR X Black driver thusly: "The RAZR X Black Driver is designed for the golfer who is hell-bent on ball speed."
The RAZR X Black is a 460 cc forged composite club head with a slightly open club face. However, the face angle directly correlates to the loft of the driver. The lower lofted drivers are slightly open and the higher lofted drivers are slightly closed. Buy golf clubs au looks easy to hit and the glossy finish looks really sharp. The RAZR X Black produces a high ball flight and relatively straight shots. Nearly all shots produced a straight shot or slight fade. Off center hits on the heel or toe were still decent shots, basically a slight loss in distance.