Forgiveness Meets Fast.
For the XR 16 Pro Driver, Callaway engineers worked with the experts at Boeing to redefine what’s possible with ball speed and aerodynamics. Callaway engineered their most forgiving shape ever and Boeing made it fast with a re-engineered Speed Step Crown.
This thing is big and fast like you wouldn’t believe, with a high speed head and lower drag in the crown that, as you can guess, is going to add some serious ball speed. It’s extremely forgiving from the larger shape for more MOI, a stretched out crown with a bigger footprint, and a Center of Gravity that’s lower and deeper.
For more ball speed all across the face, Callaway added their next generation R*MOTO face that’s lighter and up to 19% thinner. And of course, you can choose from a wide selection of no-upcharge shaft options to fit your swing speed. You want the ultimate in ball speed? It’s right here.
Callaway worked with aerodynamics experts at Boeing to reach a completely new threshold of club speed. Engineers made this a high head speed design with low drag, and they did it by pinpointing the size and placement of Callaway’s re-engineered Speed Step to save weight and add more speed. That’s how XR 16 sets the standard in aerodynamics for fast speed and more distance.
This driver is extremely forgiving, and that’s what happens when you develop a larger shape for MOI with a bigger footprint, and put in a Center of Gravity that’s lower and deeper. All this forgiveness leads to more speed at every impact location, which can add more distance for all golfers.
Even More Ball Speed with a Faster Face
Callaway stepped up their game with next generation R•MOTO Face Technology that’s up to 19% thinner and the body is lighter too, which leads to more ball speed across the face. They’ve taken this saved weight and redistributed it in the clubhead for even more MOI. When you combine the faster face with the extreme forgiveness in this driver, you can pick up a lot of ball speed, whether you hit it dead center, off the heel, or off the toe. Doesn’t matter.