Originally Posted by LBlack14
I've looked at several, new & used. All had extremely closed faces. To my eye anyway.
Hmm... Ok. Maybe I just never noticed it. I have the 10.5*, and it's possible for some lofts to be 1* open while other lofts are 1* closed or whatever. The golf.com reviews that actually leaned me in the direction of the purchase never mention anything about the club over hooking.....
"OUR TESTERS SAY: Among the higher-rated clubs. One of the longest, straightest drivers. High marks for accuracy.
DISTANCE: Smooth, easy swings yield big results, even on toe and heel hits.
ACCURACY/FORGIVENESS: It keeps you in play and goes where you point it, with no surprise hooks or slices.
FEEL: Crisp, satisfying composite “click” that Callaway drivers are known for; square shots with the 46-inch club feel like they’ll travel a mile.
PLAYABILITY: Shots get up in the air easily but maintain a consistent trajectory; no ballooning.
LOOK: Red alignment lines on the crown draw your eyes to the sweet spot; relatively shallow, long face (from heel to toe) sits below the ball to give the appearance of a high-launching club."