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What is I-Mix driver head for Callaway


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#1 grat702

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 10:31 AM

I bought a Callaway diable octane from Golf Galaxy last year (and I love it and can actually hit it straight).  My friend wants to buy one used now and was looking online and every used one on 3Balls and Global Golf calls it an 'I-Mix' Diable Octane....is this what I have and what does I-MIX mean?

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 10:38 AM

Imix means that the shafts have a tip on the end with threads and imix heads have threads in them that receive the threads on the shaft tip. Makes interchanging shafts and heads a snap. To do it right though you need an imix wrench which fits the tip perfectly and provides the right amount of torque to the fasteners.

Now that we're a few years out from callaway abandoning the imix concept, imix heads and shafts can be found rather cheap so it's a relatively inexpensive way to try different heads and shafts.

I don't have anymore imix stuff but it was fun tinkering with all the head and shafts options...easy too.




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