Need To Know
With a lot of drivers being launched onto the market this year, the Callaway Epic Flash was one we were really excited about. The technology behind it was unheard of, with the use of Artifical Intelligence to cycle through 15,000 iterations before coming up with Flash Face.
Jailbreak technology has been very popular with Callaway drivers since it was first introduced, so the combination of that along with Flash Face, caused a buzz with just how forgiving and long this driver could be. Is it as good as the clubs on our list of the best golf drivers? Read on to find out.
Watch our video review below where we compare the Callaway Epic Flash and the Epic Flash Sub Zero.
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Callaway Epic Flash - Looks and Feel
Now this one causes a lot of debate... Green and yellow are not colours that Callaway are known for, so when everyone first saw the Epic Flash it caused quite a stir. Personally, we think the driver is bright, bold and certainly stands out amongst a lot of other drivers. Colour aside, the head size is excellent, not too big and not too small, so you're full of confidence when the ball is at address. The Sub Zero head is slightly smaller, suited more for the lower handicap players.
Callaway Epic Flash - Performance and Forgiveness
Both the Epic Flash and the Sub Zero performed brilliantly. Callaway has produced a driver that helps you reach speeds that you didn't think were possible. The Epic Flash offers distance, forgiveness and a high trajectory that some players love, but the Sub Zero was the perfect head for us, as it produced a lower spin rate, providing the bullet launch that we prefer, making it slightly less forgiving.
Should I buy the Callaway Epic Flash?
If you're wanting to invest in a premium driver that you can rely on then the Callaway Epic Flash is the driver for you. No driver will magically make you hit the ball better, but this driver certainly helps you hit it further. Even off-centre shots were still flying out there, so the combination of Jailbreak and Flash Face technology, makes the Epic Flash a true beast of a driver.