Callaway Razr Fit Driver
No driver is the perfect tool for every hole, but Callaway’s new Razr Fit driver ($400) has adaptable components, so you can can tweak it a few different ways to help improve your swing or to better suit particular situations. The club’s OptiFit hosel can be set in one of three positions: Open, Square or Closed. This changes the club face’s angle for whatever ball trajectory you would like. Two removable OptiFit hosel weights (12 grams and 2 grams) permit the golfer to optimize the draw or fade applied to the ball.
get-gadget Forgiving club face was noticeable from the first hit. Ridiculously lightweight Aldila RIP’d NV shaft. Great-looking overall. Callaway claims the driver’s design reduces drag by 14 percent compared to its predecessor, the Razr Hawk.
TIRED Price could arguably be spent in more practical ways. Inexperienced golfers may not understand the nuances that the adjustability system provides. Grip is slippery.