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Callaway Golf RAZR Hawk Driver
January 2011

After purchasing a company called Hickory Sticks in 1983, Ely Callaway set about turning Callaway Golf into one of the biggest golf brands in the world. A key player in the popularisation of metal woods, Callaway now offer top grade products in every category.

The Forged Composite used in the sole and crown of each RAZR Hawk driver contains over 23 million turbostratic carbon fibres that reinforce 67% of the club head. This incredibly strong and light material allows designers to precisely control the thickness of the head like never before, giving a new level of performance coupled with extremely high MOI for resistance to twisting and straighter shots.





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