Login - Become a member

Razr X Black Driver Improve The Game Standard

Forums home -> Softimage -> Razr X Black Driver Improve The Game Standard

post reply

Razr X Black Driver Improve The Game Standard 
By tiiy on Oct 29, 2012 04:04 AM
The new discount callaway razr xas one of the Max Game-Improvement Drivers features Callaway's Frame face, which is thicker in the sweet spot and thinner near the edges. The company claims this helps golfers maintain ball speed on off-center hits. Callaway also says that because the Forged Composite used in the crown is so light,discount golf designers could strategically re-position weight into other areas of the club to lower the center of gravity and encourage a higher launch angle.

Key Technologies: The aerodynamic, forged composite head creates 17 percent less drag than Diablo Octane to increase swing speeds. Luke Williams, Callaway Golf's director of product design, says the new cheapest callaway razr xin USA creates 17 percent less drag on the downswing than last season's Diablo Octane, the club it replaces in Callaway's lineup.

Dan Stevens, Callaway's industrial design manager, says, "We've used a lot of simulation to ensure that we are getting the sleekest, lowest-drag shape. What that means is that you'll swing the clubhead faster and the ball will go farther because of it."
Unlike many of Callaway's recent drivers, the callaway razrhas a hosel and the crown has a traditional pear shape. A red alignment aid on the top of the club should help you square the face to your target.

http://www.theangelsofthenight.net/forum/index.php?topic=439770.0
http://rpt.rutka.net/bin/forum/viewtopic.php?p=122566#122566



Reply with quote
Razr X Black Driver Improve The Game Standard 
By JonSon on May 16, 2013 09:51 AM
The Razr X Black is not an adjustable club like a lot of other new . open on the 9.5 and 10 degree models standard club will improve your game if making solid contact with your driver is a problem .


Sarkari Naukri
Reply with quote

post reply

Page 1 of 1 Go to page: 1
Subscribe to RSS
Follow us on Twitter

 

Copyright © 1996-2010 Raphael Benedet - Contact Us