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Golf Australia Express : Issue 3
WHAT CALLAWAY SAYS: Forged Composite is the result of a partnership between Callaway and Lamborghini; this revolutionary new material is one-third the density of titanium, yet features a greater load carrying capacity per unit mass in bending. Forged Composite is lighter and stronger than titanium. The sole and crown of the RAZR Hawk Driver contains more than 23 million turbostratic carbon fibres that reinforce 67% of the clubhead. The lighter clubhead enables faster head speed, ball speed and greater distance without compromising forgiveness. YOUR INDEPENDENT PRODUCT REVIEW TEST THE IN A NUTSHELL Pros: Great looking club with superb feel; longer than the OTG driver; bores through the wind. Cons: There are less loft and configuration options for lefties. RAZR HAWK DRIVER In line with all things sexy this week, we couldn’t help but feature Callaway’s RAZR Hawk driver. Visually, this club stands out as a stunner—sleek, shiny and shapely. Ooh mama! But there’s nothing sexier than performance and some extra length, and it’s here that the RAZR delivers big time. We tested this driver into a fairly stiff crosswind and were pleasantly surprised at how well we could hold our line. While Callaway has really pushed the Forged Composite technology it’s put into this club, all that matters to you is how well it plays. And without wanting to gush about a golf club, awww... Great looks is one thing— and the Callaway RAZR Hawk driver certainly has that— but it’s performance that really counts, right? RAZR SHARP DRIVER OTG STICK RAZR HAWK CLUBHEAD SPEED (MPH) 108 MPH 108 MPH CARRY DISTANCE (METRES) 233 244 TOTAL DISTANCE (METRES) 253 261