Recently I got to do a review for the Callaway Diablo Edge Driver and I gave it a very positive review. It provided plenty of power off the tee and gave the user just what they were looking for in terms of a driver with quite a bit of pop. That was one of the main reasons why I was so excited to try out the Diablo Edge Fairway Wood, and after trying it I definitely felt that it was a worthy compliment to the driver that shares its name. The Callaway Diablo Edge Fairway Woods basically supply the user with the power and performance they need whenever they feel the necessity to use a wood instead of a driver.
[phpbay]Callaway Diablo Edge Fairway Woods, 6, “”, “”[/phpbay]
Street Price – $200 (per club)
The engineers at Callaway designed the Diablo Edge Fairway Woods with power in mind, and that is why the construction of the club promotes the power that the club boasts. The specially designed clubhead is formed in a large, geometric shape to promote a higher moment of inertia and a very deep center of gravity that combine to help launch the ball high into the air. The shape of the club is fairly traditional, with a slightly open face that will help give the user less spin and a lower ball flight.
Other than the impressive performance and specifications of the Callaway Diablo Edge Fairway Woods, this is a set of clubs that are also visually pleasing. A striking red gleam ignites as the club slices through the air during your swing, and it is a professional looking model that lives up to its looks. It is also a remarkably forgiving club, something that is much appreciated from woods. In terms of overall size, the Diablo Edge is smaller than most other 3-woods in its class, but what it lacks in size it makes up for two-fold in performance and appearance.