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Anyone have the Calloway Razr black irons and what are your thought?
Also thought of replacing the standard Calloway shafts with Rifle shafts - they seem to give me a bit more pop off the club face,.
I did pick up the 3 and 4 Black RAZR hybrid(so no 3 or 4 iron in the bag) and I really like the 4 - I can hit it about 230 and has been the plan for shots when I am struggling with the 3-wood or driver. Its smooth - like swinging a 9 iron.
I still need a new Driver (currently have a Ping G-15 and hate it and seldomly hit it... I have a Ping 3 wood that I like ok but open to change here as well. Lastly I need to new wedge. I have a Titielist 56 degree that I have the grooves off of......
Your golf insight - appreciates
I switched from ping g5 irons to Calloway Razr irons and have loved them. No looking back for me.
I'm getting a rocket ballz driver next month. I had a burner then went with Calloway. It's ok but i hit the rbz the other day and that thing is ridiculous. Super hot off the face. The one I swung was an inch longer than my current driver (not sure if that is how they come or what) but I also loved the longer driver.
Try the Callaway Razr Fit driver or the Ping I20.. Both crazy long and straight ! 3wood choice would be the Ping i20. Its a great club as well. cleveland cb 15 wedges are also great..
The project X pxi shafts are great,, but for feel I love the KBS tour.. I just put a set of black nickle in my Ping Anser irons and the are great shafts.. a little higher launch than the Project X IMO..
I have the same clubs. I bought mine a couple months ago and just love them.
The R11 and R11s are much better drivers than the RBZ. The R11 is lower spin and lower launching than the R11s, the R11s is more forgiving. Unless you get the RBZ hot melted or a tour issue then it is strictly for hitting long and not very much control. The Titliest 910D3 is a very good head as well, but in my opinion the best off the shelf driver you can buy right now is the Cleveland Classic 290 or 310. It has by far the best head/shaft combo for an off the shelf driver on the market. The key to any driver is getting fitted with the correct shaft, i.e. I play a 9* R11 with an Aldila RIP Alpha 80g X-stiff shaft that I hit 15 yards further and control much better than the stock shaft that came with the TP version I bought.
In contrast to the RBZ driver the RBZ Spoon 3 wood might be the best on the market though.
Depending on the money you want to spend the Titliest Vokey's are good and a lot of people love them, the new Cleveland forged 588's are really nice, Mizuno MPR-12's are very good, but the best (outside of Muira) are Scratch 1018's they are incredible.
I was hitting the Calloway X460 for a while but my misses were fanning pretty bad to the right, due to an open face setup. Switched to the R11S and it's much more consistent and my misses are barley off. I average around 300 off the tee with it but cooked a few 350-375 with it. Crazy long club.
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