Callaway Golf has unveiled its highly-anticipated RAZR Fit Xtreme driver, which it calls “the longest fully adjustable driver” company has ever measured. The driver, available Jan. 18 at a suggested retail price of $399.99, features new Speed Frame Face Technology that Callaway says “optimizes stiffness and stress distribution” across the face for more efficient energy transfer to more ball speed and consistent distance, even on off-center contact.
Among other improvements, according to Callaway, the RAZR Fit Xtreme driver has the lowest Center of Gravity of any adjustable driver, further fueling distance gains, and a new weighting system that offers golfers a greater range of shot shaping options.
Callaway says Speed Frame Face Technology is a combination of its VFT and Hyperbolic Face technologies, resulting in stress distribution across the titanium face for a larger, more consistent sweet spot and increased ball speed. The Speed Frame Face, according to Callaway, also saves weight that is redistributed in the club head to improve the CG position and maximize MOI, which leads to optimized ball flight and forgiveness. Additionally, the Speed Frame Face on the RAZR Fit Xtreme driver features a tighter bulge radius than the RAZR Fit Driver for a more preferred look at address.
Callaway says two OptiFit Technology elements make up the RAZR Fit Xtreme’s improved adjustability: the OptiFit Hosel and OptiFit Weights. The hosel adjusts the face angle to Open, Square or Closed positions, the company says, to improve accuracy and trajectory while allowing golfers to dial in their preferred look at address. The 13- and 1-gram OptiFit Weights shift the club head’s center of gravity to promote Draw or Neutral ball flights.