The Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver also features Callaway's latest Hyperbolic Face Technology. This chemical milling process selectively removes excess material for precision thickness control across the face, and produces consistently high ball speeds for long distance. The aerodynamic head shape is streamlined thanks to surface contours that reduce energy loss of the Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver from drag during the downswing by 43% compared to the Callaway FT-9 Driver. The lighter clubhead enables a longer club configuration for faster head speed, ball speed and greater distance without compromising forgiveness.
Someone may notice that the main design technology used on this driver is the Forged Composite. This Forged Composite material allow engineers have the freedom to position weight exactly where they wanted to for maximized power and distance. Due to the forged composite technology that is featured in the Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver and co-developed with Lamborghini, Callaway is able to control the wall thickness. This allows for a much thinner and lighter body to this club making it easier to swing faster and increase your distance. This allows you to get off the tee with the distance you desire without giving up much accuracy. By using Hyperbolic Face Technology, a chemical milling process in the RAZR Hawk Driver selectively removes excess material for precision thickness control across the face to produce consistently high ball speeds for long distance.
Each Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver sports Callaway's Weighting System, making these golf clubs available in either a Draw or Neutral configuration, allowing golfers to select a model that works best with their ball flight.