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#1 08-05-2013 10:12:47

Date d'inscription: 26-11-2012
Messages: 101

Do you have the Famous Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver?

Like the Diablo Octane, the Callaway Razr Hawk Driver is made with Forged Composite, a super-lightweight material Callaway developed in conjunction with Lamborghini. To create it, millions of ultra-thin carbon fibers are heated and pressed between two halves of a metal tool. The fibers melt in the heat and pressure of the tool and ooze into the exact shape Callaway desires. The final product is very strong, and very light.

Some of the saved weight has been redistributed to a nickel weight in the rear of the club. This lowers the club's center of gravity and should help produce higher-flying drives. In the Draw version, the weight is slightly more to the toe side of the head. Even with that weight, the RAZR Hawk drivers are still light enough for Callaway to pair them with 46-inch shafts, which should help golfers generate faster swings.

The Razr Hawk's streamlined face reduces drag by 43 percent compared to the Callaway Diablo Forged Irons. The revolutionary new material--used in the crown of the clubs--is one-third the density of titanium, yet features a greater load carrying capacity per unit mass in bending. This allows engineers to precisely control the thickness like never before, resulting in a clubhead that's lighter and stronger than every other club on the market.

The extra-long club configuration also has an extremely high moment of inertia, helping it generate faster head speeds, higher ball speeds, and greater distance without compromising forgiveness.With the Razr Hawk driver and Callaway X-24 Hot Irons, there are no tradeoffs.

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#2 17-11-2017 20:32:36

Ken James

Re: Do you have the Famous Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver?

I like this type of equipment. Such a nice material. - Green Water Technologies

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