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    Callaway Razr Fit vs Callaway Razr Hawk Tour

    Looking for some opinions on the the following clubs - is one substantially better then the other or is it just marginal. Is the cost difference worth it? Thanks in advance for helping!

    Callaway Razr Fit - Stiff Flex - 9.5 Degree (costs $65 more then the Hawk)
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    Callaway Razr Hawk Tour - Stiff Flex - 9.5 Degree

    I am coming from a King Cobra Speed LD F - Stiff Flex - 9.5 Degree driver which produced fairly nice results - average 270-280 yard drive and fairly consistent. I recently let a friend try it out and he bought in the spot for almost as much as I paid for it in 2008. I am a 9 handicapper and my driver is certainly my most valuable weapon.

    Any help you guys can provide would be great.

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    I'm a little biased but I think the Razr FIT driver is the best Callaway has ever produced. I was a fan of the Razr Hawk but the FIT is well worth the extra $65 bucks.
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    Try to hit both and see which one works best for you. If both are close then it's a matter of is the $65 important to you or not? If not then look at it as the $65 is paying for the adjustability aspect.
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    I never hit the Razr Hawk, but the Fit is the best driver I have ever had.
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    $65 is a decent price for the added adjustability IMO. PLus I think it's just a better driver
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunkylover77 View Post
    $65 is a decent price for the added adjustability IMO. PLus I think it's just a better driver
    Knock it out the park buddy!

    FWIW, I think it's important to remember that the OP is talking about the RH Tour, not the RH. I thought the Tour was a pretty exceptional driver. I think the adjustability of the Fit is just too good to pass up though.
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    Tour B330

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