Posted January 25, 2017 in Products and Brands by RDgolf
As is the case with the recently released Epic drivers, the fairways carrying that same appellation feature clubheads that use Callaway’s new triaxial carbon in the crowns. Company engineers say that composite material is so light that it enables them to redistribute weight in ways that increase forgiveness and distance and make them easier to launch.
In addition, these clubs employ the latest generation of Hyper Speed Face Cup, which is designed to be more efficient in delivering faster ball speeds across more of the face, as well as Speed Step, a technology made to improve aerodynamics and allow golfers to swing faster without extra effort.
As with its Epic drivers, Callaway has put two models in this line of fairways, the GBB (for Great Big Bertha) Epic and the GBB Epic Sub Zero. They share all of the above features, with the Sub Zero also being adjustable, bearing two interchangeable weights in the sole to fine-tune launch, trajectory and spin rate.
The GBB fairway is available in six lofts, from 3+ (14 degrees) to a Heavenwood (20.5). The Epic Sub Zero comes in lofts of 13.5, 15 and 18 degrees.
Republished with permission by Global Golf Post