Callaway Mavrik, Mavrik Max, Mavrik Sub Zero – What’s the difference?

The most anticipated drivers of 2020 have already hit the market by storm with their epic performance in January itself. But still, there is a lot of confusion about the differences in variants of the club. 

As all the golf freaks know that Mavrik comes in 3 variants, Mavrik, Mavrik Max, and Mavrik Sub Zero, and all the drivers come with impressive features but with some dissimilarities which are tough to find for some players. 

In today’s piece, we are going to discuss the differences between the Mavrik drivers in order to cut all the confusion. 


 The standard Mavrik’s head is a very different cyclone aero shape, which produces mid-spin with a moderate draw bias. Whereas Max is the most effortless launching model with the highest MOI and maximum draw bias, and Sub Zero is a low spinning yet forgiving powerhouse.

→ MAX is the biggest of the three MAVRIK driver heads.

→ Mavrik Max also produces a more delightful sound than the other models. 

 The standard Mavrik has a mild draw bias and mid-spin. Whereas the Max version has a maximum draw bias and mid-spin, and the Sub Zero is the lowest spinning driver and also has a neutral draw bias.

→ The Sub Zero has a more traditional lower-tail design as the golfers it's aimed at don't lack clubhead speed. 

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The standard Mavrik is the most appealing among the three drivers, and it has a slight draw bias and mid-spin. The drivers come with a 460-cubic-centimeter and are appropriate for almost everyone who is looking for a game-changer driver.

The Mavrik Max, a 460cc club, is precisely created to provide the golfers maximum of Distance, Forgiveness, and Launch. The driver features the maximum draw bias and mid spin and a high ball flight. It features interchangeable weights as well and is best suited to the golfers who like a driver maximum of everything.

The third model in the Mavrik drivers range is Sub Zero. It has a 450cc head and two weight ports. The sub-zero is the lowest spinning driver in the lineup, and also has a neutral draw bias, and is ideal for better players. 


The Final Words

As discussed, all three of the Mavrik drivers come with something for everyone and are packed full of the latest technology to provide a next-level experience. Now it’s all up to you to choose which MAVRIK driver suits your game best. Good Luck!

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Posted on: 2020 Oct 23 Fri
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