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It is a graphite golf club wood that provides distance gains of 10-12 yards over its cousin the Big Bertha Diablo.

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The club's perimeter weighting helps misses perform better

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Low and shallow center of gravity creates a penetrating low-ball flight

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The Callaway Diablo Edge Fairway Wood is a graphite golf club wood that provides distance gains of 10-12 yards over its cousin the Big Bertha Diablo. It features more weight positioned in the extreme perimeter of the clubhead, giving it a much higher moment-of-inertia (MOI). This results in less clubhead twisting at impact and, therefore, greater forgiveness. Plus the Diablo Edge utilizes a VFT pace pattern that delivers higher ball speeds for increased distance. More importantly, it hosts an ultra-deep center-of-gravity (CG) for higher, distance-enhancing trajectory.

Features
  • Graphite Golf Club Wood
  • Improvement over Big Bertha Diablo
  • Distance Gains (10-12 yards)
  • Weight Positioned in Perimeter
  • Higher MOI
  • Less Clubhead Twisting
  • Greater Forgiveness
  • VFT Face Pattern
  • Higher Ball speeds
  • Increased Distance
  • Ultra-Deep CG
  • Higher Trajectory
  • Less Face Progression
  • Smaller Head Shape
  • Full Hosel
Model Options (Name | Loft, Hand)
  • 3 | 15, RH/LH
  • 4 | 17, RH
  • 5 | 19, RH/LH
  • 7 | 21, RH
  • 9 | 24, RH
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Anonymous
11/02/2010 01:50

After my first three swings on the practce range with my new Daiblo Edge 3WD, I just smiled. I was 25 years old again (I'm actually now 58), hitting huge, boring, draw shots to the back of the driving range net. The rest of my bucket proved it was no fluke. Can't wait to get out on the course.---GM Staten Island, NY

ScottP

ScottP

11/02/2010 03:02

I have the #callaway-diablo-edge-hybrid and it's my favorite club in my bag. I can hit it straight as an arrow from pretty much any surface. I only paid about $100 for it on sale at the end of the year. I recommend it to anyone who has trouble staying consistent with their 3 and 4 iron to try this club out.

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