Callaway Mavrik Driver Adjustment Guide + (CHART)


Callaway Mavrik Driver Adjustment

 

How do I adjust my Callaway Mavrik driver?

You can adjust your Callaway Mavrik driver through its Optifit hosel. The hosel has two cogs that move independently of each other. The most common adjustmen is the loft adjustment, where you can increase the standard loft by 2°, or decrease it by 1°. 

The Callaway Mavrik driver set consists of three drivers that encompass the Callaway Mavrik, the Callaway Mavrik Max and the Callaway Sub Zero drivers. All three drivers feature an Optifit hosel and swappable weights. They also have identical adjustment methods.

Although the single weight at the rear of the driver can be removed, it’s recommended that you don’t remove it.

Once you have done this, you can select a Neutral (N) or a Draw (D) setting for the lie angle. In short, there are eight different combinations you can choose from based on your preference.

Players tend to experience a higher ball launch and more spin when they increase their Callaway Mavrik driver’s loft. On the other hand, a decrease in loft results in a lower ball launch and less spin.

The best way to find the ideal setting that meets your need is to play a few games with different settings on the range.

 

Callaway Mavrik driver adjustment chart

The different adjustment settings that can be done for the Callaway Mavrik driver, the Callaway Mavrik Max, and the Callaway Sub Zero drivers given below.

 

Callaway  Driver 

 Standard Loft

 Standard Lie Angle

 Lie Angle Setting

Mavrik

9°

58°

N

D

10.5°

N

D

12°

N

D

Mavrik Max

9°

59°

N

D

10.5°

N

D

12°

N

D

Mavrik Sub Zero

9°

56°

N

10.5°

D

 

Callaway Mavrik Driver Adjustment Chart

Callaway DriverLoft Increase (1°)Loft Increase (2°)Loft Decrease
(-1°)
Mavrik10°, 11.5°, 13°11°, 12.5°, 14°8°, 9.5°, 11°
Mavrik Max10°, 11.5°, 13°11°, 12.5°, 14°8°, 9.5°, 11°
Mavrik Sub Zero10°, 11.5°, 13°11°, 12.5°, 14°8°, 9.5°, 11°

 

Callaway Mavrik driver hosel adjustments

The Callaway Max driver’s hosel adjustment can be done using the manufacturer’s wrench that is intended for this purpose.

The following steps walk you through the process of adjusting the hosel of your driver.

  1. Insert the wrench that comes with your driver into the screw behind the clubhead and turn it a few times in the anticlockwise direction or to your left until the screw becomes loose.
  2. Raise the clubhead gently and remove it from the shaft.
  3. Rotate both the cogs until you align the preferred loft marking with the little dash over the hosel on the club shaft.
  4. Lift the top cog and rotate it to align the D marking with the loft marking chosen earlier if you want a draw. You can alternatively select the N marking if you want a neutral lie angle.
  5. Place the clubhead back over the hosel and ensure that the preferred loft and D markings are in line with the small white dash on the hosel and a similar white dash under the stated loft on the driver’s head.
  6. Put the wrench into the screw once again and turn it by the same number of turns you did in Step 1 in a clockwise direction.
  7. Stop turning the wrench when you hear a double-click sound. This helps you to prevent over-tightening and assures you that the clubhead is firmly seated in position.

Increasing the loft helps players who want to promote a draw along with an increased spin rate and higher ball launch. In contrast, when the lift is lowered, the Callaway Mavrik driver produces a decreased spin rate and lower ball flight.

 

Callaway Mavrik driver Optifit settings

The Optifit settings of a Callaway Mavrik driver are essentially the same as the hosel adjustments mentioned earlier. This is why the hosel of this driver is often referred to as an Optifit hosel. The hosel comes with two cogs, one above the other. These cogs are not dependent on each other.

The steps given below would help you do the Optifit settings on your driver.

  1. Put the wrench that accompanies your driver inside the screw located on the rear of the clubhead.
  2. Turn it to the left or in the anticlockwise direction until you notice the screw has become loose.
  3. Lift the clubhead and take it off the shaft of the driver.
  4. Rotate the lower cog and set the desired loft marking in line with the small white dash present on the hosel.
  5. Rotate the upper cog and choose N if you want a neutral lie angle setting or D if you want a draw setting.
  6. Reseat the club head such that the small dash below the stated loft on the clubhead is aligned with the dash on the hosel and the preferred settings on both cogs.
  7. Put the wrench into the screw once again and turn it in the opposite direction until you hear a double-click sound. The number of turns will usually be the same you did earlier.

Raising the loft will help you increase the trajectory, while lowering the trajectory assists in decreasing it. With the loft increased to the highest setting by +2°, the trajectory will be highest. The loft and hence the trajectory will be at the lowest with the -1 setting.

 

Callaway Mavrik driver draw settings

The draw setting for the Callaway Mavrik driver is a two-step process. The first step involves increasing the stated loft using the lower cog on the hosel.

The second step involves choosing the D lie angle setting with the upper cog. The steps mentioned here illustrate how you can set your driver for a draw.

  1. Insert the manufacturer’s wrench into the screw behind the clubhead and do some anticlockwise or left turns until the head becomes loose.
  2. Lift the clubhead and release it from its position over the hosel.
  3. Rotate the lower cog and align its +1 or +2 marking based on how much you want to increase the stated loft with the little white dash on the hosel.
  4. Rotate the upper cog and align the D marking with the line on the hosel and the preferred loft marking selected above.
  5. Insert the wrench into the screw once again and do the same number of turns the other way round to seat the clubhead firmly in place. A double-click ensures this and indicates that you can stop turning.

 

Callaway Mavrik weight adjustment

The Callaway Mavrik has a single 5g weight in its back on the underside. Although this weight can be removed, it’s best to leave this weight untouched because of its optimization to match the driver’s length.

However, if you must remove or change the existing weight, you will need a wrench to help you go ahead with the weight adjustment. You can opt from seven different weight options of 2g, 4g, 6g, 8g, 10g, 12g and 14g.

 

How to adjust Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero Driver

The Optifit hosel of the Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero driver can be adjusted in the same way as the Callaway Mavrik driver using the wrench provided with the driver. The steps below tell you how to make this adjustment.

  1. Fit the wrench into the screw behind the club head of your Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero driver and turn it a few times to the left or the anticlockwise direction so that the clubhead becomes loose.
  2. Pull the clubhead upwards and take it off from its hosel.
  3. Rotate the cog at the bottom to align your choice’s loft marking with the white line on the hosel. This will either increase or decrease the stated loft based on the setting you make.
  4. Rotate the cog at the top to choose either N or D depending on whether you want a Neutral or a Draw setting. Keep in mind that this setting should also be aligned with the chosen loft setting and the hosel line.
  5. Replace the driver’s head with the dash below the mentioned stated loft in line with the line of the hosel as well as desired loft and lie angle settings.
  6. Tighten the screw by turning the wrench in the opposite direction the same number of times you did earlier. A double-clicking sound confirms this.

The Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero driver also has two weights on its underside, with one weight being heavier than the other. The weights in the front and back are 14g and 2g, respectively. You can use the wrench mentioned above to remove or interchange the weights. 

If you place the weights such that the heavy and light weights are at the back and front, respectively, your driver will be quite forgiving. Moreover, your driver will produce maximum spin and a high trajectory.

If the weights are interchanged, you will have a flat trajectory, a low spin, and a spin rate that is about 300RPM than when the heavy port is at the back. 

 

How to adjust Callaway Mavrik Max Driver

The Callaway Mavrik Max driver’s hosel and weights can be adjusted the same way as mentioned above for the Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero driver. The steps highlighted here walk you through both the adjustment processes with the help of the wrench provided. 

  1. Position the wrench inside the screw at the rear of the club head of your Callaway Mavrik Max driver and do a few anticlockwise or left turns to loosen the clubhead.
  2. Lift the clubhead upwards and remove it from the Optifit hosel.
  3. Rotate the lower cog to choose the desired loft and align with the white line on the hosel. 
  4. Rotate the upper cog to choose either D or N based on whether you want a Draw setting or a Neutral setting and aligned it with the selected loft setting and the line on the hosel.
  5. Replace the driver’s head with the dash below the mentioned stated loft in line with the above settings.
  6. Tighten the screw once again in the reverse direction until you hear a double-clicking sound.

The Callaway Mavrik Max driver encompasses a couple of weights on its underside, one after the other. The rear weight is 2g, while the front weight is 14g. You can remove or interchange the weights with the help of the same wrench. 

When the heavy and light weights are placed at the back and front, respectively, the driver is forgiving while rendering maximum distance, stability, and a straight flight at the same time.

If the weights are interchanged with the club heel encompassing, the driver promotes a draw bias. This is ideal for players who often encounter slices as the clubface tends to shut down at the time of impact.

 

Ernie

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