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Callaway Golf recently announced a partnership with famous automobile maker Lamborghini. You can read about that alliance by clicking here. Right on the heels of that announcement, Callaway released news and information about their upcoming new driver scheduled for release soon.

Regular Version

Introducing Forged Composite, a revolutionary new material that is lighter, stronger than titanium. The Diablo Octane crown is made up of more than 10 million individual turbostratic carbon fibers, creating a lighter clubhead that retains an extremely high MOI. The lighter weight also allows for a longer shaft that generates faster clubhead and ball speeds that add up to an average of 8 extra yards off the tee compared to the Diablo Edge Driver. That’s performance an all-titanium driver just can’t match.

Hyperbolic Face Technology
Produces consistently high ball speeds across the face by using a chemical reduction process to selectively remove excess material for precision thickness control.

Project X Graphite Shaft
Longer, high performance shaft is designed as the ideal complement to the Diablo Octane Driver to maximize performance and enhance feel.

Tour Version

The readers that were able to attend the recent THP Golf Outing & Demo Day were able to give these clubs a try before release. You can read all about their feedback of the drivers and fairway woods as well as see plenty of more pictures right here in the THP Forum.

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Josh is the Publisher of The Hackers Paradise and co-founder of THP Media with his wife Morgan Babbitt. Together they share a passion for golf, and they travel the country along with their two dogs in the THP Tour Van bringing their love and knowledge of the game to golfers everywhere.

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  1. royalwulff says:

    I am really liking what I have already read about this driver and I can’t wait till I can demo it at the store to see what kind of numbers that i get.

  2. thanks1974 says:

    Having hit this at the latest THP Outing, I can say that I liked the initial look and feel of this. Callaway knows how to incorporate different materials into its clubs and this is no exception

  3. TC says:

    i think it’s fantastic that the regular version and the tour version are looking at a retail price of $299. that’s a lot of bang for the buck, considering just how much technology is packed into this driver. i do wonder if the regular head (non tour) version can be ordered with the PX shaft and still be priced @ $299? if so, the octane could see some great success!

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