CALLAWAY EPIC DRIVERS REVIEW (EPIC SPEED, MAX, MAX LS)

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Is this Callaway's longest and straighest driver yet? In this video Golfshake equipment expert provides an overview and tests out the new 2021 Callaway Drivers featuring the EPIC Speed, EPIC MAX and EPIC MAX LS. Ryan also tests and compares the 3 models alongside his existing Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero driver using the same shaft and lofts.

00:10 Overview of 2021 Callaway Drivers
07:50 Indoor testing of drivers
09:05 Trackman data analysis
13:50 Oncourse testing and first look

New for 2021 is an upgrade to the Jailbreak technology featuring the AI designed Jailbreak SPEED frame which is aimed to increase ball speed and forgiveness. Each Driver, EPIC Speed, Max and MAX LS feature a new individually AI designed flash face and feature the triaxial carbon crown reducing weight.

The Callaway EPIC MAX features adjustability with a draw bias and is the more forgiving driver.

The Callaway EPIC Speed is optimised with a cyclo aero shape head aimed to be the faster driver of the 3 models.

The Callaway EPIC MAX LS is aimed to lower spin with the weight pushed further forward.

Watch the video to find out what Ryan thought, how he got on and all there is to know about the new drivers from Callaway this year.

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Comments

Paul O'Neil says:

Great review. I hit them all 2 days ago and found the exact same thing shape & launch wise – for me, the Max LS is easily the best driver Callaway has ever made – 9 degree head @ 9 degrees, sliding weight very slightly in the toe to give you some left protection and it is a 13 launch 2100 spin repeating machine with great forgiveness. Possibly the Speed is aerodynamically faster, but it in no way is it a better gamer when you can use the sliding weight of the Max LS to dial in 1-side protection – easily Driver of the year – and I bought it.

Aly's Golf Studio says:

How would you compare these to the mizunos. I am shortlisting these two alongside the pxg proto – both driver and five wood to replace possibly depending on shafts and results – more distance, more accuracy, less drop off and dispersion than my current gamer m2.

Steve Richardson says:

I think if you tried the Ventus Black in the LS you would see some big gains over the sub zero…. great review as usual

Darren bell says:

Some serious gains there with the max ls Ryan

Bill Clement says:

Strange that the Speed isn’t the LS version vs the Max?

Mike Laycock says:

Excellent review!

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