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S2H2 Drivers

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Product Overview

These gorgeous metal woods provide greater distance without any loss of elevation and with less physical effort – a remarkable combination. The "Short Straight Hollow Hosel," or S2H2, design allows for penetration of the shaft straight through the sole of the clubhead, allowing for Callaway Golf’s hallmark control. The S2H2 Driver head size is 150cc.

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Mens S2H2 Product Specs

Model Loft Lie CC Face Angle Available In Length Swing Weight
10.5 10.5° 54° 195 Square RH / LH 43" D0
10.5 10.5° 54° 195 Square RH / LH 43" D1
12 12° 54.5° 195 Square RH / LH 43" D0
12 12° 54.5° 195 Square RH / LH 43" D1
8.5 8.5° 54° 195 Square RH / LH 43" D0
8.5 8.5° 54° 195 Square RH / LH 43" D1
9.5 9.5° 54° 195 Square RH / LH 43" D0
9.5 9.5° 54° 195 Square RH / LH 43" D1
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Great Product at a Great Price I love this driver. especially that its labeled with a 1 instead of driver. I've never liked the giant head drivers. I like the feel and the way it hits. if your looking for an older school metal driver, this is a great one at a great price. July 28, 2010
A perfetct tool I'm adding it to my collection December 3, 2008
Great drivers, traditional-sized heads If your driver swing is similar to the swing you use for your fairway woods, these are great clubs for you. If you swing much harder with the driver, then these may not work so well for you. Consider the 12-degree club as a 2 wood. The head is even smaller than it is for the 8.5-degree, 9.5-degree, or 10.5-degree clubs. It's a perfect club to hit long distances off the fairway. May 29, 2007
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