Callaway

Mavrik/Sub Zero/Max

Our Review:

Callaway’s new three-driver family builds on the artificial-intelligence platform of last year’s Epic Flash. Those previously unimaginable variable- thickness face contours have been improved to bolster distance for three head styles and player types. The standard Mavrik—Callaway’s most ambitious aerodynamic design—has a raised rear skirt to enhance swing speed, and the face and deep center of gravity work together to produce consistency in distance. The beefier, low-spin Sub Zero and the draw-biased Max come with two movable weights. Read more >>
Price: $500
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Ratings
Performance

45%*

Innovation

30%*

Look / Sound / Feel

20%*

Demand

5%*

* Percentage of total score

Player Comments
Low-Handicapper
Nice mid trajectory. It kept going. Compact. I feel like I could hit a ball off the deck with it as well as I could do it off the tee.
Mid-Handicapper
It has a powerful thud at impact and doesn’t take much effort to get the ball out there. The best part was the ball dispersion. My shots were consistently on line.
High-Handicapper
Nice look of carbon fiber without being too busy on top. The Max gave a good impact feeling, explosion off the face with plenty of power on mishits. It's a lighter feel, but I was still able to feel the clubhead throughout.