Callaway RAZR Hawk 3 Wood Review
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Visually, the club should appeal to players of all ability levels. The all black RAZR head has a very clean and traditional appearance. The club is comprised of a stainless steel face and sole with full length hosel. The stock Callaway shaft is almost all black, matching the club head. The RAZR Hawk looks sharp and rates 9 out of 10.
Callaway released the RAZR Hawk line to replace their popular X-Series and FT lines. Callaway, known for their Variable Face Technology (VFT) to increase the sweet spot, also utilizes forged composite to make the RAZR line one of the most popular lines in golf.
The RAZR Hawk 3 wood produces a dull sound at impact. However, Callaway does not disappoint in the distance department. Players should find the RAZR Hawk fairway wood one of the longest fairway woods on the market. In addition, they should have no trouble getting a solid trajectory out of the RAZR fairway line. The RAZR is a very easy club to hit and consistently hits straight shots. The RAZR Hawk produces a high ball flight, which is appealing to someone looking for additional carry distance. While the competition is producing adjustable technology, the RAZR does not utilize such technology to help hit the ball longer or straighter. Overall, the club performs consistently and rates 8 out of 10.
Forged composite is a lighter and stronger material than titanium. Compared to the competition at Taylor Made and Titleist, the RAZR Hawk is one of the lightest fairway woods with a D2 swing weight for men and C9 for women. Impact feels a bit clunky, however the ball jumps off the club face. The RAZR feels solid and rates 8 out of 10.
The RAZR Hawk 3 wood is a great addition to any golfers collection. It is easy to hit, has a solid feel and is one of the longest 3 woods in golf. The price point is in line according to the club’s competition such as the TaylorMade R11, Titileist 910F, Cleveland CG and Tour Edge. You should be able to find a RAZR Hawk fairway wood at most retailers for around $229.99.
Custom shaft options include the Aldila NV Pink, Aldila NVS and Mitsubishi Diamana Red. The RAZR Hawk 3 wood is available in a 13 and 15 degree loft for men and 15 degree for women. Shaft options include women’s, light, regular, and stiff. The club is right in line in terms of price and performance, I give it 8 out of 10.