PGA Tour Pro Phil Mickelson plays this driver, and Alvaro Quiros won the 2011 Omega Dubai Desert Classic with this bad boy. 'Nuff said, right? Do I really have to write a review?
Okay, fine here you go… Callaway and Lamborghini joined forces to bring you this driver. The crown and body of the driver are made with a super-light carbon fiber that is also found in Lamborghini sports cars. (So if you buy enough of them, you can build your own Lamborghini.)
Like the Lambo, the driver is light and fast. The stock shaft in the Tour driver is a 45.5-inch Aldila RIP graphite shaft, and the head is a workable 445cc. Thus, you can draw and fade the club at will. Hence the name "RAZR" as you can carve the ball any way you want.
Overall, the feel is solid with a muffled sound. No loud "tink" here. Even with the feather-light weight, the club still feels sturdy in your hands. The trajectory is easy to control, and mis-hits still fly far.
The only thing I don't like about the club is the look of the crown. The black and silver are ugly, and it looks more like the older color schemes of the early 2000s. (OMG! So not 2011.)
Of course, you don't see any of this at address, and it doesn't seem to bother Mickelson and Quiros.
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