If you have a consistent strike pattern and want a lower spinning, flatter ball flight, then Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero is the driver for you. Even though it has a similar outlook and technological features like Mavrik Standard and Mavrik Max, there is a lot to differentiate it from the other 2 drivers of the same series.
In this article, we will be reviewing Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero with its features, benefits, tech specs, performance and find out how this driver can be a good fit for your playing style. And which one is the best among them?
Callaway as a Brand and Their Mavrik Drivers
Callaway has been successful in creating, innovating and producing golf equipment for several years now. They introduced Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) in the golf club designing sector and created a hype amongst the golfers then. 2019 was quite a successful year for Callaway with their newly introduced machine-made designed epic flash series. Now it was time to push the boundaries for Artificial Intelligence and Callaway has done that rightly.
The Mavrik series has been created using updated features than the epic flash series. In continuation of this success, they have placed themselves in the 2020 hot list by GolfDigest as they did in 2019 with epic flash series.
Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero Reviewed
Like many manufacturers, Callaway has introduced three (03) different driver models in the Mavrik range to offer every golfer the opportunity to get the most from their game. The Mavrik Sub Zero is just like the Sub Zero models (for example Rogue Sub Zero and Epic Flash Sub Zero) of recent years in its characteristics. The driver has aimed for the better player and Callaway’s lower spinning driver but still produces high MOI. We have reviewed the driver from 4 different angles.
Features & Benefits
From features and benefits point of view, the Mavrik Sub Zero has almost all the features like Mavrik Max. So, we have discussed those features in summary here. For detailed information, you can check out our previous Mavrik Standard and Mavrik Max reviews.
|Jailbreak technology with T2C |
triaxial carbon crown
to Fine Tune Ball Flight
|New A.I. designed|
Flash Face SS20
|Jailbreak technology has previously|
been used with Callaway epic series
and brought tremendous success for
the golfers. Find more about jailbreak
|Like the Mavrik Max, Mavrik Sub Zero |
has 2 interchangeable weights of 14g
and 2g. But the positioning is different
which provides a more comfortable feel
and noticeable performance differences,
which we have discussed in the
|The new FS2S titanium is lighter in |
weight than traditional titanium but
extremely strong and provides optimal
speed and spin robustness than the
previously used flash face in Epic Flash.
All 3 drivers of the Mavrik series have
the same Flash Face SS20.
From a technical specifications point of view, Mavrik Sub Zero is very satisfying. The attachments for shafts and grip usability with this MAVRIK Sub Zero driver to make the driver a complete set are very much likable for most golfers.
|Clubhead||Shaft||Grip||Available Lofts: 9°, 10.5°, and 12°HT. |
The clubhead is the smallest in the
range at 450cc (compared to the
Mavrik and Mavrik Max which are
460cc), but the most versatile in
settings and adjustability. The lie
angle is slightly flatter than the
others and the flight is more neutral.
|Callaway MAVRIK Sub Zero driver|
provides you the opportunity to
choose your shaft from a variety
of options. You can customize
according to your preferences.
Callaway gives you 2 options to
choose from while purchasing.
They are Project X Even Flow
Riptide (50g Class), and Aldila
Rogue White 130 MSI
|Premium grip options provided with |
MAVRIK Driver. You can use the
Golf Pride tour velvet align gray
(55g) series with your Callaway
MAVRIK Sub Zero.