club for most skill levels, and would definitely buy another one
when this one gets too old. Definitely would recommend people
to try it if they are looking for quality without paying for Titanium.
The stainless steel head is painted a deep, deep blue. The design
of the compact Steelhead Plus driver head is an extension of the
fairway wood line. It features Callaway’s variable face
thickness technology. There is a spring effect to the face, but
less so than in the VFT series drivers.
There is a spring effect to the face which is mainly due mostly
to the nature of steel versus titanium and the subsequently smaller
size of the head by today’s standards and this drivers looks
more like a 2 or 3-wood than a 1-wood. The reduced size combined
with Callaway’s U-shaped face provides for a small hitting
surface, which could possibly be a worry to golfers who are used
to the new oversized drivers.
One downfall of the Steelhead Plus, is that it does not provide
the comfortable forgiveness of the jumbo heads
The Steelhead Plus drivers hit low, penetrating trajectories
for their lofts, which results in only moderate carry. This leads
to drive distances that are not particularily great. Ping and
Adams Steelhead drivers have in fact out performed the Callaway