Callaway Diablo Octane Driver Review

If you thought the Callaway Diablo Edge Driver was a gem of an invention, then you need to take a moment to learn more about their latest creation and read through this Callaway Diablo Octane Driver review.

This new masterpiece benefits from all of the expert craftsmanship and innovative technologies that went into the previous model and them some! In fact try adding an extra 8 yards to your drives!! because that is exactly what recent testing on the Octane Diablo Driver proves you’re going to get, when compared to the Diablo Edge!

To produce this superior design Callaway have introduced a brand new class of material called forged composite, which they have co-developed with their technological partners Lamborghini (Yes, the Car Manufacturing Giants!)

This new forged composite material is the lightest, strongest and most precise material that Callaway have ever used and makes the Octane Diablo Driver their best invention yet!

Made up of over 10 million turbostratic carbon fibers and used in the crown, this new material makes up 33% of the overall clubhead mass, and has allowed Callaway engineers to optimize the moment of inertia and center of gravity locations.

They have used the same special chemically milled hyperbolic acid reduction process like they did in the Callaway Diablo Edge Driver! to vary the thickness so that the weight is accurately distributed across the clubface, to increase the effective hitting area (sweet spot) for more distance potential n those miss-hit drives.

The body of the Diablo Octane Driver is aerodynamically designed to optimize all edge transitions to help reduce wind resistance and drag by up to 8%. This along with the longer 46 inch Project X Graphite shift provides greater clubhead speed for more distance off of the tee.

Callaway have also created the Callaway Diablo Octane Tour Driver, which has been designed specifically for the highly skilled golfers. The main differences are that the shaft is attached to the head using a hosel, and the head size is slightly smaller and measures 450cc instead of 460cc in the Callaway Diablo Octane Driver.

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