Callaway debut all-new RAZR drivers
RAZR Fit Driver
The RAZR Fit Driver features Callaway’s renowned OptiFit adjustability system-designed for easy use and noticeable changes in trajectory for each of the six total settings.
The system allows golfers to adjust the club’s face angle to three address positions-Open, Square and Closed-through the use of the “cog”, a rotatable element of the hosel that changes the angle of the shaft axis relative to the head.RAZR Fit Driver
The shaft does not rotate with the cog, allowing shaft graphics and grip reminders to remain consistent when the face angle is adjusted.
In the driver head, OptiFit weights (one weighing 12 grams and the other 2 grams) are featured in the sole’s toe and heal positions and can be exchanged to create a meaningful shift in the club’s centre of gravity and a perceivable draw or neutral ball flight.
The crown of the RAZR Fit driver is made of Forged Composite, an advanced carbon composite material that allows Callaway engineers to save weight and precisely control the thickness of the crown.
These benefits give the RAZR Fit Driver a lower centre of gravity, making it more forgiving on off-centre hits.
Streamlined Surface Technology has reduced RAZR Fit’s energy loss due to drag by 14% (relative to its predecessor, the RAZR Hawk Driver), despite the addition of an adjustable hosel.
RAZR X Black Driver
The RAZR X Black Driver is designed with a sleek, black Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) finish, delivering a clean look at address and top-end ball speed at impact.
The driver’s crown is made of Forged Composite, the lightest, strongest, most precise material the Company has ever employed.
RAZR X Black Driver
Forged Composite allows Callaway engineers to precisely design a clubhead that produces optimal launch and spin characteristics for greater distance.
The RAZR X Black Driver features the Company’s proprietary SpeedFrame Face Technology, which melds Callaway’s Variable Face Thickness (VFT) and Hyperbolic Face technologies to create a larger sweet spot and increased ball speeds across the titanium face.
Extensive research in aerodynamics has resulted in Streamlined Surface Technology, which reduces energy loss from head drag during the downswing by 17 percent (compared to RAZR X Black’s predecessor, the Diablo Octane Driver).
This leads to higher impact speeds and additional distance off the tee.