The Verdict: If the crown looks similar to the Epic drivers and fairway woods, it's because the same ultralight carbon composite is used. That lighter top makes room for an arcing tungsten weight low inside the head to help the ball launch higher with less spin. Like the fairway wood, it's also powered by the company's cupface design: The face wraps around the crown and sole with a thin rim that flexes so that off-center strikes fly like on-center hits. Available in four lofts with an eight-way adjustable hosel.
Loft: Standard: 18, 20, 23, 26 (adjustable +2/-1 degrees); Star: 20, 23, 26, 29, 32 (non-adjustable)
Street Price: $280/$300
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