While I don't necessarily see it as foreshadowing of his future intent, but what do you think of Mickelson putting the RBZ fairway in his bag for the HSBC? And, what do you think of Callaway's Senior VP of Marketing remarks, "About two weeks ago, Phil said that the HSBC at Mission Hills isn't a course where he can hit driver at all. He doubted he would hit driver on any of the holes,” Arnett told SBNation via email on Friday afternoon. “He wanted to play a high COR fairway wood there because he wanted a club that went farther than his current 3 wood but not as far as his driver.” Isn't that a glaring admission that the RAZR Fit, or any Callaway fairway for that matter, can't stand up against the RBZ? Mickelson has plenty of distance, so I'm sure (or, at least I hope) the workability and customization of the RAZR fit trumps any distance gains by the RBZ, but from a marketing standpoint, isn't that kind of an odd thing for a Callaway rep to admit to the public?
Mickelson Rocking the Rocketballz at HSBC
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