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Mavrik Drivers

Optimal Performance
Callaway first introduced Artificial Intelligence as part of its design process with the Epic Flash drivers, and it is now taking that technological investment to a whole new level with its new Mavrik driver franchise. More specifically, each of the three models in the Mavrik line and each loft option among the three available models has its own unique Flash Face SS20 clubface architecture, which creates optimal performance for different player types. Mavrik drivers also feature Jailbreak Technology to maximize energy transfer at impact, while FS2S titanium has been used in constructing the clubface to create more ball speed. In terms of the three available models, the standard Mavrik will fit the widest array of golfers, while the Mavrik Sub Zero was created for high-spin players and those with more club speed. Finally, the Mavrik Max is the most forgiving option and it also offers movable weights to create a draw bias.
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Mavrik Drivers
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Mavrik Fairway Woods

Callaway Mavrik Fairway Woods

Maximum Energy Transfer
What Callaway has done from an R&D standpoint with the Mavrik drivers has also been carried over into the fairway woods, and the same three models -- Mavrik, Mavrik Sub Zero, and Mavrik Max -- will be offered to fit golfers with different performance needs. Arguably the most unique of those three options is the Mavrik Max, as this is the first time Callaway has created a fairway wood that offers players with a dedicated clubhead design that enables a draw bias. Like the drivers, each Mavrik fairway wood model and each of that model’s available lofts features its own Flash Face SS20 architecture to provide optimal performance. Additionally, the Mavrik fairways feature clubfaces that were constructed using high-strength, maraging C300 steel, which helps promote faster ball speeds, while Jailbreak and Face Cup technologies maximize energy transfer and help maintain ball speed from impact locations across the face.<

Callaway Hybrids

Unique Shaping & Playability
The new Mavrik hybrids feature for the first time from Callaway a clubface that has been developed using Artificial Intelligence. And as is the case through the rest of the Mavrik lineup, each hybrid model, as well as all of the available lofts, has its own distinctive SS20 Flash Face construction, with the end result being optimized performance for players who best fit into each of the three Mavrik hybrid options. The Mavrik hybrids also feature Jailbreak Technology to maximize ball speed, and each of the three models offers unique shaping and playability. The standard Mavrik is a mid-size profile with a square toe and was developed for effortless launch and impressive distance. The Mavrik Max offers a larger footprint and the highest MOI of the three models, while the Mavrik Pro is the most compact of the three options and offers shaping more similar to a fairway wood.
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Mavrik Hybrids
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Mavrik Irons

Callaway Mavrik Irons

Optimized Launch, Speed, & Trajectory
What’s the key technology story surrounding Callaway’s new Mavrik, Mavrik Pro, and Mavrik Max irons? If you’ve been paying attention, you’re probably thinking it's Artificial Intelligence. And you would be correct, as Callaway has utilized AI in its iron development for the first time. As is the case with every product offered in the Mavrik lineup, each iron model and each iron within a set also has its own Flash Face architecture to optimize launch, spin, and trajectory. Between the three models, there’s a great choice for any golfer. Mavrik is a game-improvement iron that excels in terms of distance and forgiveness, Mavrik Max is a super game-improvement offering that delivers high launch and incredible MOI, and Mavrik Pro is a compact, workable option that was designed for better players. Each Mavrik iron model features Flash Face Cup Technology to deliver fast ball speeds, while urethane microspheres provide improved feel.<

Odyssey Stroke Lab Putters

Firmer, More Responsive Feel
Odyssey had tremendous success with its original Stroke Lab putters when they were first introduced and is now back with a new Stroke Lab family that it is calling Stroke Lab Black. Most notable about the Stroke Lab Black lineup is that each model features an elegant black PVD finish, as well as Odyssey’s new Microhinge Star insert, which will offer a fimer, more responsive feel than the White Hot Microhinge insert that was utilized in the original Stroke Lab putters. Of course, as the name would suggest, Stroke Lab Black putters feature Odyssey’s Stroke Lab Technology, which was designed to help golfers improve their strokes by removing weight from the center of the shaft and redistributing it to the head of the putter and the butt end of the grip. In all, there will be 13 Stroke Lab Black options to choose from, and with different head weights, shapes, and neck designs available, there will be a model to fit any player’s needs.
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Stroke Lab Putters
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Triple Track Putter

Odyssey Triple Track Putter

Improved Alignment
New from Odyssey for 2020 are Triple Track putters, which feature the Triple Track alignment that has been so popular and successful on Callaway golf balls. More specifically, three lines are centered prominently on the putter head to help players improve their alignment, which is crucial when it comes to having success on the greens. Triple Track putters also utilize a new Microhinge Star insert that delivers a firmer feel than Odyssey’s White Hot inserts. Stroke Lab Technology has also been implemented into the Triple Track design, as 40 grams of weight has been removed from the middle of the shaft and re-positioned under the grip and in the head to help promote a better stroke. There will be seven Triple Track putters in all for golfers to choose from, which vary in terms of head design from blades to mallets, as well in the amount of toe hang they offer to meet the needs of players with different stroke types.<

Faq

Our store return policy differs from our online policy. Any used clubs purchased within our retail stores have a 30 day play guarantee. This allows you to bring the club back within those 30 days for 100% back in store credit (subject to store approval).

It's free for all clubs that are purchased at 2nd Swing. Any lie angle adjustments are also free! If the clubs were not purchased at 2nd Swing, we are still happy to fit you, but there is a $30 charge (this includes lie angle adjustments).

Headcovers are not included with the purchase of a club. We do offer headcovers for $4.99 with any club that is purchased in the store.

We do offer a same day demo program. Both of our retail stores are near driving ranges, so if you wanted to try a club before purchase you are able to do so. They must be returned before the end of the same business day.

2nd Swing Golf does not accept checks as a form of payment.