Our Review:Using artificial intelligence to design the faces in this three-hybrid family isn’t just about inputting numbers into a computer blender and hoping a fully formed clubhead emerges. Rather, A.I. is used to vary the thicknesses for each specific loft to control spin. This requires the type of analytical muscle found in mapping the human genome. Models include the high-launching Max and the flatter-lie, mini-fairway-wood Pro. Read more >>
Specs: Mavrik: 18, 20, 23, 26; Mavrik Max: 19, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33; Pro: 18, 20, 23, 26
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
highShows me the face without feeling like shots will sky. No excess climb—good, boring trajectory.
midNot only do you get extreme forgiveness, you got consistency in height, and the dispersion was extremely tight. Feedback exactly what you want it to be—never harsh.
highI like the bigger, wider head. Less distracting and less intimidating. The modern curvature doesn't feel big or clunky. It felt like a jackhammer—it just pounded the ball.