Callaway’s light, but strong, Forged Composite is again used in the crown of the Callaway RAZR X Black driver. This allows engineers to precisely control the thickness to make it lightweight as well as forgiving. The weighting in the head is designed to produce high launch and low spin. The aerodynamic head reduces drag by 17% compared to the Callaway Diablo Octane driver.
This confidence-inspiring head offers something different to the recently released RAZR FIT driver. Firstly, it isn?t adjustable so those who don?t want the option of tweaking the head don?t need to pay the added cost. The head design is more confidence inspiring than the sleek RAZR FIT, and it offers plenty of forgiveness, particularly on shots that come high and low off the face. The large head inspires confidence and the Forged Composite design provides impressive distance. Shots that slightly miss the sweet spot still fly good distances. Not as sleek looking as the Callaway RAZR FIT and without the adjustability. PGA pro verdict Another super looking product from Callaway; they seem to be catching up again in the appeal factor as well as the performance. It looked really inviting at set-up, with its neutral face position and shallow crown. I even preferred it with a lower tee height, which gave a really penetrating flight. I would have no hesitation in recommending this driver to our readers. (John Jacobs)