SKU:
70003321

Women's Mavrik Max Lite Hybrid

MSRP: $249.99
Was: $249.99
Now: $179.99
You save: $70.00
SKU:
70003321
28% OFF

Women's Mavrik Max Lite Hybrid

MSRP: $249.99
Was: $249.99
Now: $179.99
You save: $70.00
SKU:
70003321

Product details

Callaway Women's Mavrik Max Lite Hybrid 

Founder Ely Callaway was often referred to as a maverick in the golf industry. He took risks, pushed the envelope, and helped develop some of the finest golf clubs the game has ever seen. Callaway's new line of hybrids is boasted as "distance that defies convention." The Mavrik Max has a similar shape to the standard model, but boasts a larger body with the lowest center-of-gravity of the 3 models. The Max delivers a higher MOI and is much easier to launch from any lie. This Lite model refers to the shaft being 10 grams lighter than the regular Max, and the overall club being 2 swing-weights lighter overall. This is the first ever hybrid designed with A.I. (artificial intelligence), and features a low center-of-gravity and an extremely high MOI (moment of inertia). Just like the rest of the Mavrik wood family, the hybrid is constructed with high-strength steel called Flash Face SS20, and when combined with Callaway's Jailbreak and Face Cup technology, you get incredible ball speed and forgiveness. The Max line allows the mid to high handicapper replace irons all the way up to their 8-iron, and the Lite version is perfect for the player with slow to moderate swing speed. Long par 3's and par 5 approached just become fun again!


Women's Mavrik Max Lite Hybrid Features:
  • Larger body
  • Deep, low center-of-gravity
  • Shaft is 10 grams lighter
  • Entire club is 2 swing-weights lighter 
  • Designed by A.I.
  • High launch
  • Flash Face SS20
  • Jailbreak technology for extreme forgiveness
  • Face Cup delivers high ball speed
  • Available lofts: 3h-21, 4h-24, 5h-27, 6h-30, 7h-33, 8h-36
  • Stock shaft: UST Helium 40 graphite
  • Women's hybrid
  • Callaway Golf


Callaway Golf is an American global sporting goods company that designs, manufactures, markets and sells golf equipment, golf accessories and golf lifestyle-related products in more than 70 countries worldwide. The American company, based in Carlsbad, California, is the world's largest manufacturer of golf clubs.

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