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Callaway RAZR Hawk Graphite Fairway Wood

  • Estimated Trade-In Value
  • Estimated Resale Value
Low: $19.44
Mid: $22.88
High: $26.31

Next update: 5/29/16

Est. trade-in value based on data and analysis from The PGA Trade-In Network
Low: $43.21
Mid: $50.84
High: $58.47

Next update: 5/29/16

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Forged Composite

• Forged Composite is a revolutionary new material that is one-third the density of titanium, yet it is lighter and stronger than titanium. Forged Composite redistributes weight like never before for a precise center of gravity that maximizes distance, ball flight and feel.
• Precision shaping of the face thickness increases the size of the sweet spot and generates hotter ball speeds across the face for more distance.
• Stainless steel face and sole in a traditional shape with a full-length hosel, appealing to a broad range of players.
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.

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Gold Medal
A lightweight crown made from a new, more durable carbon composite is fused to a 17-4 stainless-steel body. This allows weight to be repositioned along the perimeter of the sole to increase the club's forgiveness and launch angle. The goal of the heat-treated variable-thickness face is to minimize loss of ball speed on mis-hits.
"This might be the longest fairway wood I've hit. What loft is this again?"..."The shallow face really performs."
"The material is different; you can see that. This is a forgiving club that produces a penetrating ball flight. It sets up square with ease."
"The material is different; you can see that. This is a forgiving club that produces a penetrating ball flight. It sets up square with ease."..."It has a nice sound at impact, without even the slightest annoying ting. The ball goes straight."..."This is as traditional as Callaway will get, but with a low, long trajectory. A happy medium."
The crown weighs 24 grams less than an all-steel model. This adds both height and distance.
For all the technology in the crown and face, the nonexistent sole story leaves us puzzled.

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