From Golf Magazine (July, 2010)
The club’s Tour-inspired shape, with an open face angle,
should provide a sense of confidence at address. The
center-of-gravity location—low and shallow (near
the face)—creates a penetrating, low-ball flight and
encourages shot making. The ultra-thin VFT (variable face
technology) pattern—thinner face center thickness than in
the Big Bertha Diablo—boosts ball speed for distance gains.
The club’s perimeter weighting (a comparable MOI to 2002
drivers) helps misses perform similarly to center strikes.
• The Shop blog: Callaway pros and clubs