The XR Driver is built for outrageous speed. It’s speed from an aerodynamic crown, speed from an R•MOTO Face and speed from maximum shaft load.
Speed is everything, and it’s the driving force behind the Callaway XR Driver. That means speed comes from an aerodynamic crown, from the R-MOTO face, from a maximum shaft load, and the list goes on and on. Callaway traveled down a new path to make a driver that’s a proving ground for these great technologies. If it increases speed, it’s in XR Driver, and that’s why it’s Callaway’s fastest titanium driver ever.
Speed from Speed Step Crown
To reduce drag and maximize speed through the swing, Callaway put in a Speed Step Crown and combined it with an optimized aerodynamic head shape. Everything about this driver is optimized for aero efficiency, which is critical to add speed with less drag.
Speed from R-MOTO Face Technology
Callaway increased ball speeds across the face by reducing 10% of the face weight to make it thinner. R-MOTO leads to more energy efficient energy transfer all over the face, allowing Callaway to put the center of gravity (CG) 17% lower where most golfers want it, therefore delivering higher moment of inertia (MOI).
Speed from Maximum Shaft Load
The shaft is a key component to speed, that’s why the XR Driver comes stock with the new Project X LZ. It produces maximum shaft load during the downswing loading zone for greater energy transfer to the ball.
Choose from eight different loft and lie configurations to find the perfect launch for your ball flight. When you get the right launch conditions, you get more distance.
|9°||Adjustable||RH / LH||46″||Adjustable||460||D3|
|10.5°||Adjustable||RH / LH||46″||Adjustable||460||D3|
|12°||Adjustable||RH / LH Custom Only||46″||Adjustable||460||D3|
|13.5°||Adjustable||RH / LH Custom Only||46″||Adjustable||460||D3|