Callaway’s newest adjustable driver is the RAZR Fit Xtreme. It features adjustable face angle and center of gravity and a forged composite head. Callaway says it’s the lightest driver crown ever, which allows extra weight to be adjusted downward for the lowest center of gravity yet.
From the sales pitch:
Callaway RAZR Fit Xtreme Driver
The Callaway RAZR Fit Xtreme Driver has combined Extreme Distance and Extreme Adjustability to create Callaways longest driver.
The Forged Composite crown helps achieve the lowest CG of any adjustable driver and OptiFit Technology allows for a greater range of face angle options, CG bias options and CG height differences than the RAZR Fit.
Speed Frame Technology produces fast ball speeds for longer, more consistent distance across the face.
Forged Composite: Revolutionary material in the crown thats lighter, stronger than titanium, allowing Callaways engineers to precisely control thickness for improved forgiveness. Callaways lightest Forged Composite driver crown ever helps achieve the lowest CG in any fully adjustable driver.
Speed Frame Face Technology: A combination of VFT and Hyperbolic Face Technology creates a large sweet spot and increases ball speeds across the face for longer, more consistent distance. This technology saves weight that can be redistributed to the clubhead to help optimize the CG position and create a higher MOI. It features a tighter bulge radius than the RAZR Fit for a better look at address along with more consistent sidespin and dispersion for accurate shots.
Broader Trajectory and Shot Shaping Options: Incorporates a greater range of face angle options, CG bias options and CG height differences than the RAZR Fit, and is also available in more loft options than RAZR Fit.