Razor Golf's Carnivore Mutation Driver Shares Top Honors At Spring ING Conference

Razor Golf and Adams Golf both chose the 18th Annual ING (International Network of Golf) Spring Conference to help launch new metalwoods. And according to attendees, they both have produced big winners.

The Carnivore Mutation Driver from Razor Golf and the Idea Pro Golf Hybrid by Adams Golf finished tied for first in the Products Category of the conference’s Best Awards Program.

The Carnivore Mutation Driver and Fairway Woods utilize the principle of placing the center of the concentration of mass directly in line with the center of the impact zone. This means a greater portion of the headweight is pushed out farther from the center of gravity creating a higher moment of inertia, thus lowering a clubhead’s ability to twist during off center hits. These clubs are designed for the 26 million golfers who do not hit it in the middle of the clubface every time resulting in longer, more accurate shots. The drivers are made from forged titanium and are available in lofts of 9.0 and 10.5 degrees. For more information, go to www.razorgolf.com or call Razor Golf at (727) 849-8844.


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