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jonyim

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  1. Hey guys, you know where I can get the TA tip online? Will Callaway sell the TA tips through their own sites? Also any of you know if the standard RAZR Fit comes with the different weights in the wrench? (4, 6, 8 and 10 grams weights) I want to just get the standard RAZR Fit driver and add the TA tip and make my own TA RAZR Fit driver. Hopefully the weights come stock with the standard RAZR Fit.

  2. I really like the headcover, the weights, the hosel system and the driver shaft, grip and head. Not so much a fan of the PVD finish. (I personally prefer the black crown, silver face on the standard model) Anyone know if there will be weight kits for the standard and Tour Authentic driver that will be sold seperately? Also anyone know where I can get that double cog hosel?

  3. Agree with you there RP, I think I found a shaft that suits my game and will swap it into my RAZR Fit driver ASAP. Speaking of which, I hit the RAZR Fit driver for the first time. Reminiscent of the FT Tour driver in terms of sound and feel, that quiet but powerful ooompf, but sooooooooo much more forgiving, even though it was a 10.5 R flex stock shaft. That will explain why I tend to miss it left. Having said that, an upcoming demo day is round the corner, so it will be interesting to see what the 9.5 S flex is like.

  4. I went back and deleted my vote and revoted for the Callaway Razr Fit. And have to say that Callaway is the greatest club manufacturer ever. Not that they bought my vote. Well, actually they did, and I will give an honest opinion once I have the club and have tested it, but I did hit the Razr Fit 3 wood a few weeks ago and it was very hot. Also, for the past two weeks, my Callaway FT9 has been back in the bag. I loved the Titleist 909D3 but a couple of weeks ago I took the FT9 out on the course and was many yards longer. It is hard to say exactly howmuch longer because of being able to hit the down slope on several holes vs the upslope. But on the 11th hole, which is uphill all 486 yards. I have been right at the 200 yard marker with the FT9 and 230 out with the 909D3. This is mainly spin because the Titleist stop and the Callaway tends to continue to run even up hill. But on the Par 5 fifth the Callaway will catch the down slope and leave me 160 to 175 out. The Titleist hits and stops on top of the hill leaving 200 to 220 out. This is a huge difference.

     

    I am looking forward to the Razr Fit.

     

    Agree with Rover, I hit the RAZR Fit driver myself, 10.5 R flex stock shaft, definitely not my specs, BUT I love the sound and feel coming off the driver, low spin, I can see why people are buying into this club, just a VERY good driver even if you don't adjust anything.

  5. The right shaft in the right driver head makes a big difference. I've tried a 910 D3 driver with a whole range of shafts, some launched too low, some hooked way left. Shaft flex can't really be determined just by a letter because each shaft has different frequencies, so certain frequencies fit the R, S, X flex shaft, sometimes even XX or XXX shafts (long drivers only).

     

    Anyways, anyone know how you can order a .335 tip for the RAZR Fit driver? Calling Callaway or emailing them? Probably going to get one over a 910 D3 driver.

  6. True RoverRick, got myself a UST Axivcore Tour Green shaft knowing already through sites like GolfWRX that the stock shaft in the RAZR Fit driver is very soft to it's flex. Guessing on the frequency machine a stock S will cycle out as an R. The Axivcore Tour Green has helped me keep the ball down a bit and kill some spin of the driver and it's a "really good value for money" shaft. Will be interesting to see how it fits in with the RAZR Fit driver.

  7. I've seen a few of the RAZR Fit drivers in the stores here in Asia and I have to say they look very good at the address position, the open settings sits more like 1*-1.5* rather than 2*-2.5* open and the neutral setting is very square, doesn't look open or closed to my eye. Stock shaft is VERY tip soft and whippy. I definitely need a stiffer aftermarket shaft than the stock shaft, that's just unacceptable from Callaway.

  8. Thx for the comment, looking forward to playing this driver. If only they put the tour hosel in it and a real aftermarket shaft for normal retail price (eg. $400) and not make another model with other adjustable features (different hosel with more options) not available in the standard model and rocket up the price (the tour authentic model is probably going to sell for $475-$550). Big mistake by Callaway there, but not to take away from the fact that the RAZR Fit is a very good driver.

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