Looking for the best Callaway drivers to help improve your game?
From the new additions the Epic Flash and Mavrik, to the Rogue and originals the Big Bertha and XR, some of the industry leading drivers are in the Callaway range.
GolfReviewsGuide.com runs you through the options available if you are thinking about adding a new Callaway driver to you bag.
Callaway Epic Flash Driver
The Callaway Epic Flash driver first appeared in 2019 as the second generation of the original Epic GBB (Giant Big Bertha). Featuring Callaway’s Flash Face and Jailbreak Technology, Artificial Intelligence has been used to extract even more performance. The Epic Flash, designed in an attractive black and lime green colour scheme, adds more distance, less spin and is more forgiving than its predecessor the Epic. The Jailbreak Technology works via two vertical metal bars behind the face for better flex, while the Flash Face Technology generates increased ball speed even on off centre strikes. It is a seriously impressive driver.
Callaway Mavrik Driver
The Callaway Mavrik driver was released in January 2020 as a new replacement for the popular Callaway Rogue. The Mavrik driver sports a very neat orange and black colour scheme, and has been been designed using many of the traits of the Rogue. There is Callaway’s Flash Face technology with the super computer and AI used to come up with the perfect combination – just as it was in the creation of the Epic Flash. Callaway’s Jailbreak Technology has also been incorporated in the Mavrik, Mavrik Max and Mavrik Sub Zero options, and the Triaxial Carbon Crown is also present. The face has been made marginally lighter than the Rogue, but it has also been strengthened by the latest titanium compound used. The end result is a driver that produces greater ball speed, more forgiveness and a supreme sound.
Callaway Rogue Driver
The Callaway Rogue driver was first released at the start of 2018. The Rogue features the unique Jailbreak Technology which was first used in the Epic, and is lighter, thinner but more importantly longer in distance than its predecessor. Interestingly, Callaway chose not to introduce adjustability in the Rogue, opting instead to release Standard, Sub Zero and Draw drivers to suit the games of golfers of all shape, sizes and swing patterns.
Callaway XR Speed Driver
The XR Speed driver was introduced as as a replacement for the XR 16 driver to sit in the mid-market range and offer a big stick that doesn’t feature expensive technology. Compared to the XR 16 driver, the XR Speed is lighter, faster and more forgiving than its predecessor. It doesn’t have the unique Jailbreak Technology and the bars that feature behind the faces of the Epic Flash, Mavrik and Rogue, but Callaway have still come up with a driver they expect to rival their own premium products.
Callaway Big Bertha Driver
The Callaway Big Bertha driver has been around some time and made a massive impact quite literally due to the size of the club head. The latest version is the Big Bertha Fusion and it continues the mould of its predecessors as a reliably long driver. Significantly the Exo-Cage/triaxial carbon construction of the crown, just as used in the Epic, means the Big Bertha is as forgiving as it is long. The Big Bertha stands out as value for money for golfers of all levels of ability if you are thinking about purchasing a second-hand Callaway driver.
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