We already reviewed the Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver but decided we needed a look at the whole collection. Next up was the RAZR Hawk fairway woods from Callaway’s latest collection. Just like the driver Callaway engineers included their latest forged composite material. The fairway woods carry this material in the crown of the clubhead. The goal was that by fusing this lightweight material to a stainless steel body they could re-distribute the weight to the perimeter and sole of the club. Why did Callaway want to do this? Positioning the weight along the perimeter not only boosts forgiveness it enhances the launch angle of shots. They were actually able to make the weight of the crown 24 grams less than previous fairway wood models. Improvements on the shape face included adding thickness to the sweetspot to help with those mis-hits and shanked shots.
What we thought was that this traditional shaped fairway was a great visual overall. It’s definitely a club that can be picked up by both the weekend golfer and some of the best players in the world. It did have that accuracy you look for in a fairway with consistent results.