Pros: long distance, soaring flight, very forgving
Cons: uh......I'm sure there's something, but I just don't know what yet
From the red and black multicompound grip, down to the 458 CC head, this driver is long, lforgiving and downright cool. Callaway claims they were holding themselves to a higher standard whilst Taylormade was dipping their woods in guano and dog semen. Anyone looking for evidence of this would find a lot between the initial gripping of the 46 inch shaft, and "damn!" of the result; usually a soaring draw about 20 yards longer than your current.
This driver offered 11* launch angles, 213 yard draws, and smooth feel, in a typical Callaway modern package. I will say that the regular shaft is a little more whippy than what you might found in an average regular (double positive!) shaft. This resulted in some abnormally high launch angles. But once I dialed in the timing, the ball was gone. My farthest driver was 213 yards. That's a lot for me. Not once did I adjust; imagine if I did.
Here ye, here ye, the Razr Fit driver has it all. On the day of testing I hit Rocketballz and Cobra AMP, but were equally as good, or about as. All are slightly adjustable but this has the most. It wasn't significantly longer than the others; in fact it was about the same. BUT, this driver has the WOW! factor that only a driver that works with Lamborghini can offer. Take it, for what it's worth; my opinion. But if this little arrogant, golf obsessed, ticking time bomb, 13 year old can see improvement, and so can Justin Timberlake, so can you.