Callaway Epic Flash Fairway Wood Review
In what has been declared as one of the most exciting equipment ranges in years, Callaway’s innovative Flash Face Technology has drawn eyes to the new Epic Flash Face and Sub Zero drivers, but that same unique example of ingenuity has been integrated within the Epic Flash Fairway Wood.
Featuring the potential industry changing Flash Face Technology – derived from Artificial Intelligence and a Super Computer – the Flash Fairway Wood boasts an ultra-thin, forged Carpenter 455 steel clubface that incorporates the renowned Face Cup Technology, while the clubhead possesses the well-established Jailbreak Technology that aims to deliver increased ball speed.
New Flash Face Technology for Unprecedented Ball Speed
Callaway engineers applied learnings from Artificial Intelligence to create a new fairway wood face design that promotes increased ball speed for longer distance.
Forged Carpenter Steel Face Cup for Fast Speed
Forged 455 Carpenter steel construction combines with Face Cup technology to deliver fast ball speed across the face for distance on centre- and off-centre hits.
Jailbreak Technology for Fast Ball Speed
Callaway’s innovative Jailbreak Technology incorporates two internal bars that stiffen the body, placing more impact load on the face for fast ball speed.
New OptiFit Hosel for Easy Launch and Optimal Flight
Callaway designed an entirely new hosel system that’s shorter and lighter; the saved weight is used to reposition the CG for easy launch and high, long-carrying flight.
PGA Professional and Golfshake Equipment Expert Ryan Rastall has been testing the new Epic Flash Fairway Wood, and he was excited (unusually for a fairway wood) by what he found when using the club on the TrackMan and on the golf course. “I just really liked it from the word go, the first shot felt awesome, it came off the face really quickly, and it would seriously be a contender for one that I’m going to use in 2019, a fabulous fairway wood.”
You can see Ryan's full review of the Epic Flash Fairway Wood, below.
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