Diablo Octane Driver
Lighter, stronger, more precise—that pretty much sums up this new driver, which also uses Forged Composite. The lighter, more efficient clubhead has a longer shaft (46 inches) to increase speed and power at impact for greater distance. The Diablo Octane is an average eight yards longer than its all-titanium predecessor, the Diablo Edge.
Diablo Octane Fairway Metals
The Diablo Octane metals feature a larger footprint and a deeper center of gravity. Aggressive Variable Face Thickness technology increases the size of each club's sweet spot and generates high ball speeds for extra distance. The tour models are designed with a smaller profile and a traditional hosel for increased workability and a low, penetrating trajectory.
RAZR X Irons
Built on Callaway's popular X Series line, the RAZR X is designed to provide consistent distance and accuracy through the set. RAZR technology shifts the center of gravity lower and deeper in the clubhead, offering increased shotmaking from more places. The irons are also available in RAZR X Tour and RAZR X Forged models.
RAZR X Hybrids
Inspired by prototypes developed with Phil Mickelson, the RAZR Xs are manufactured with a new heat-treatment process that reduces face thickness for higher ball speeds. The standard model has a club face with a Zero Roll Design, which produces higher launch angles on shots hit low on the face for greater distance and a soft landing. The tour model has less offset to enhance workability.
RAZR Hawk Driver
The crown and sole of the new RAZR Hawk are made of Forged Composite, a material Callaway developed in partnership with Lamborghini, and the lightest, strongest material with which either company has ever worked. The driver also features proprietary Streamlined Surface Technology to reduce drag during the downswing. The end result: greater ball speed for longer drives.