Developed utilizing artificial intelligence and machine learning, the new Callaway Epic Flash Driver was designed to crank up ball speed and help golfers put the ball further down the fairway than ever before.

Machine learning… and AI, seriously? Yep, that’s right. Callaway broke out the checkbook and dropped $8M on a supercomputer to design the face of their newest driver. After more than 15,000 virtual prototypes they landed on a truly unconventional face design. While there is a lot of scientific and marketing mumbo jumbo used to promote the release of this $530 driver… the Callaway Epic Flash Driver does seem promising. Here’s the main features to get excited about.

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Key Features:

  • New Flash Face Technology for Faster Ball Speed – Callaway engineers used Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to create a radically different face design to promote faster ball speed in the center region of the face.
  • Jailbreak Technology for Faster Ball Speed – Internal Jailbreak bars stiffen and stabilize the crown and sole, placing more impact load on the face to promote faster ball speed.
  • New T2C Triaxial Carbon Crown Material for Higher MOI – A new lighter triaxial carbon fabric called T2C has a tighter weave; the weight it saves is redistributed within the head to raise MOI for exceptional forgiveness on off-center hits.
  • Adjustable Perimeter Weighting for Ball Flight Control – Sliding 16-gram weight gives golfers the power to easily promote draws, fades or a straighter flight.


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Image result for callaway epic flash driverNeed to know more? Well, stay tuned to Busted Wallet in the coming months for our full in-depth review of the Callaway Epic Flash Driver. Want to see this driver for your bag? Well, it will be available at golf retailers nationwide on February 1, 2019 for $529.99. To learn more head over to Callaway’s website for all the specs, news and more.

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Busted Wallet’s resident testing and review specialist, Josh has a keen eye for all things tech, booze, and sports-related. After working closely with brands such as Nike, The North Face, EA Sports, Burton, HP, Oakley, Sony, Cannondale, Taylormade Golf and many others over the past decade he’s grown to become one of the most reliable reviewers in the business.

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