Review: Callaway GBB Epic Sub Zero Driver
The “stock” shaft is a Fujikura Pro 62 stiff flex shaft that has a great look to it and has been an excellent performer for me in this club as well as others. If you don’t like that, there are numerous “real deal” shaft upgrades free of charge. Don’t over look this Fujikura shaft, it is really stable, has great kick and a good launch with mid to low spin. But since there are so many options, you should really take advantage of the free fittings all over the country. You’d also get the change to hit the non-sub-zero Epic too in case that is a better fit.
Callaway GBB Epic Sub Zero Driver
- Spin: 1994 rpms
- Launch Angle: 15.3*
- Dispersion: 6.1 yds
- Club Head Speed: 108.2 mph
- Ball Speed: 161.1 mph
- Total Distance: 296.3 yds
- Carry Distance: 274.4 yds
The Callaway GBB Epic driver has been “EPIC” on the course. In one rounds I cracked the 300 barrier 5 drives in a row. When you are 70 yards past everyone else and in the fairway, it is a pretty cool feeling. The ball speed numbers translated into very long drives. I know I’m playing now in the AZ desert so my averages have gone up some, but still by comparison to the other drivers I have to play, this driver is impressive.
It can be hard for clubs to live up their hype, but the Callaway GBB Epic Sub Zero driver exceeded my expectations. It is the real deal when it comes to ball speed. The fastest balls speeds I’ve ever hit with a driver. Jail Break technology is for real and Callaway built a perfect combo of low spin and forgiveness in the GBB Epic Sub Zero driver. Sure it was Epic hype, and sure they are selling lots of them, but it does offer EPIC performance which is really all that matters.
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