Right now I own the Callaway Octane Driver and the Octane fairway wood. Due to back issues, could not play until the end of the golf season last year for about 8 rounds. I was hitting the Octane Driver well, but noticed that my ball flight was very high. I had the stock Grafalloy Project X 5.0 (regular Flex) shaft.
Two years ago, had some numbers on the launch monitor with my coach. Summary of that session and then the recommendation of purchasing the Octane.
|ClubSpeed||Ball Velocity||Launch Angle||Ball Spin|
Here is the info on the Octane driver.
|Loft||Lie||CC||Face Angle||Available In||Length||Swing Weight|
The shaft is 60 weight, Mid Torque, Low Kick point.
I was considering either changing the shaft, or getting the newer X-Hot driver as that shaft (Project X again) has a slightly higher kick point. While I seem to be on the border with my swing speed, I was going to stick with the Regular flex shaft.
I have always liked the Callaway Drivers/Woods, so will probably stick with this brand.