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Callaway Diablo Octane Tour Graphite Fairway Wood



 

Low: $8.91
Mid: $8.92
High: $8.92
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Manufacturer:

Callaway

Year of Introduction:

2010

MSRP (new):

$250.00

Head Material:

Stainless Steel

• Designed for playability and distance with aggressive VFT Technology
• Precision shaping on the face thickness in each club enhances the size of the sweet spot
• This club generates hotter ball speeds for longer distance and inspires confidence at address with low penetrating trajectories
• The stainless steel construction generates superior distance for a variety of swing speeds with a pleasing sound at impact
The story of Callaway Golf begins with the company’s founder and namesake Ely Callaway, a passionate businessman and well known figure in the game of Golf. The company got its start when Mr. Callaway bought a small wedge and putter company called “Hickory Stick USA”, which later became “Callaway Hickory Stick USA” and eventually “Callaway Golf”. From the beginning the company was committed to producing quality product for golfers of all skill levels. Mr. Callaway called it “Demonstrably Superior and Pleasingly Different” (DPSD) golf clubs. Though the company has grown exponentially since it’s modest start in 1982 (when Mr.Callaway would deliver product himself from the back of his Cadillac) the commitment to innovation and quality remains. Now a publicly traded company, Callaway is one of the most visible names in golf with a product line that encompasses the full spectrum of equipment and accessories including drivers, irons, wedges, putters and balls. Callaway golf also owns Top-Flite Golf Company, Odyssey Putters, Ben Hogan and Strata Brands.

For More Information: http://www.callawaygolf.com/


2011 Hot List
Gold Medal
Golfers have two choices: The deep center of gravity (CG) of the wide-bodied Diablo Octane helps launch the ball high. The more forward CG of the smaller Tour model delivers a lower trajectory. Both feature Callaway's variable-thickness face that’s designed to maximize off-center hits.
Low-Handicapper:
“I like the clean look of the Tour version. Ball flight is consistent off the tee and fairway.”..."I can get this in the air with minimal spin. On a tight driving hole, this is your club.”
Middle-Handicapper:
“The muted sound and solid feel at impact are awesome. Mis-hits might go a little shorter, but they hit the fairway.”...”Your shots don't balloon, even when you hit it hard.”…”The ball flies off the face with unexpected forgiveness."
Hot:
A forgiving shape and a smart face make this a strong entry. Including a 9-wood in the lineup where others don't makes it special.
Not:
The standard version is loud, and the Tour model is muffled. Any way we can find middle ground?

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