Forged composite drivers are latest and greatest innovation golf has seen in quite some time and the Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver in partnership with Lamborghini is one of the select few drivers on the market incorporating this exciting (titanium replacing) technology. The forged composited drivers that Callway is currently producing have over 23 million turbostratic carbon fibers in the clubhead! This allows the Callaway RAZR Hawk driver engineers to accurately control the club thickness better than anyone ever imagined was possible. All this results in a lighter driver that still has an extremely high MOI (moment of inertia). In theory The Callaway RAZR Hawk is longer and more forgiving, which puts you in scoring position more often. Finally someone has answered your prayers!
The RAZR Hawk Driver has been streamlined to the max, actually reducing downswing drag by 43% compared to Callayway's own FT-9 Driver. The higher impact speeds add up for increased distance off the tee. This all sounds great on paper, but how does it all translate on the course? Stay tuned for our full review of this exciting new Callaway product later this spring!
For more information about forged composite technology and the partnership between Lamborghini and Callaway, make sure to check out the video below!
March 14, 2011 8:19 AM | Golf