This Callaway fairway has a very small head and while that’s good when you’re playing well and feeling confident I think if your timing was a little off you would struggle to strike it consistently. Having said that if you were on your game I could think of no better fairway wood to use as the Razr Fit flies with such a powerful ball flight and sounds great when hit out the middle.
The Callaway Razr Fit Fairway Wood also has the benefit of being adjustable. So if you were struggling with a particular shot e.g. a slice, you can change the clubhead to closed to help compensate, a benefit not too many other clubs have. If you’re a confident fairway wood player this definitely the club for you!
This Razr Fit Fairway has a mid torque, mid/low kick 60 gram shaft which Callaway found to perform best in this club, the shaft gives the club a very solid feel and the club is very well weighted.
Callaway in 2012 in there Razr Fit range have decided to put a Callaway Crested golf pride multi compound red grip which adds quality to the club this grip was the most popular grip in golf in 2011 and is a step forward for Callaway.
I Believe that this club is designed for the single figure handicapper or the golfer that is comfortable with a smaller club head and wants a solid and penetrating ball flight.