Callaway Product Information
RAZR Hawk Driver - using a new "Forged composite" material
which is 30% lighter than Titanium and stronger than traditional
composite materials, it enables more weight to be distributed
within the head to make it more forgiving than other heads of the
same size offering a much lower spin profile. It comes in Tour,
Neutral and Draw models with the Neutral and Draw heads being a
direct replacement for the FT-9. The Tour model is certainly the
better players club but a step forward from the FT Tour head as it
offers a more stable performance and slightly higher launch.
RAZR Hawk Fairway wood - replaces the FT fairway wood but
is designed to be a high launch, low spin head and is as easy to
hit as possible, again utilising the Forged Composite material but
keeping the Tour style shaping to the head. Flat sole helps the
head sit neatly behind the ball for confidence off the fairway.
RAZR X hybrids - The standard head performs very similarly
to the Diablo Edge hybrids. The Tour model replaces the FT hybrid
with a more compact shape and promotes a much stronger flight with
a more penetrating launch profile. Both heads use a "Zero Roll
Design" which means that rather than having less loft at the base
of the face (as the majority of other heads do), the loft is
consistent across the head helping achieve a higher launch from a
strike low on the face. The Diablo Edge hybrid stays in the range
but is set to compliment the Diablo Edge iron set with the RAZR X
series, sitting more in line with the RAZR iron series.
RAZR X Forged iron - slightly deeper weighted than the X
Forged '09 iron but a very solid feel off the face. Marginally more
user-friendly than the X forged heads but a very workable, clean
looking club head and with higher ball speeds from strikes lower on
RAZR X Tour iron - replaces the X-22 Tour iron and again
places slightly more weight lower in the head to promote
forgiveness but a slightly stronger loft to create more distance. A
clean, tidy top line for a "tour" look but a very playable head
relative to the head shape.
RAZR X iron - deep weighting and slightly altered weight
positioning over the X-22 iron focuses the weight on promoting a
high launch with the strong loft creating the longest hitting iron
Callaway have produced.
Diablo Octane Driver - replaces the Diablo Edge series and
again utilises Forged Composite materials in the crown to
redistribute mass within the head more efficiently and keep ball
speeds as high as possible. More of an "up and out" head than the
RAZR Hawk driver with a slightly higher flight. As with the Diablo
Edge series there is a standard and Tour model available. They both
also use a PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) finish to produce a
distinctive, non-glare finish.
Diablo Octane Fairway Woods - Very similar to the Diablo
Edge series they are taking over from the standard and Tour heads
producing very similar flight characteristics with the Tour model
being a low launch/spin head and the standard model's deep
weighting for easy launch and greater forgiveness and low spin with
the draw bias shape too.