Callaway MAVRIK Drivers Review

By: Golfshake Editor | Tue 14 Jan 2020 | Comments


Part of Callaway's new MAVRIK Family of Golf Club, the MAVRIK Driver builds on the success of last season's Epic Flash, which was the first driver created with the aid of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, but through this new design, Callaway have taken advantage of an even more advanced system to produce a club that enjoys smarter and comprehensive improvements throughout the face and clubhead, showcased by Flash Face SS20 architecture, notably a thinner face and expansive area to promote faster ball speeds.

Additionally, the MAVRIK Sub Zero Driver is a lower spin model with a slightly small head, whereas the MAVRIK MAX is for golfers who need that extra little help to launch the ball, featuring the largest footprint of the three drivers.

Golfshake's Equipment Expert and Howley Hall PGA Pro, Ryan Rastall has been testing each of the new drivers in his Performance Centre, using statistics from TrackMan 4 to analyse the individual performance of the clubs. See his reviews and insights below, starting with the standard MAVRIK Driver.

Now, Ryan showcases the MAVRIK Sub Zero.

Finally, Ryan takes a closer look at the MAVRIK MAX.

To see our full product reviews and find out more about the MAVRIK range click here.

For more information on Callaway, visit https://eu.callawaygolf.com/


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