Callaway Mavrik Fairway Wood

Callaway Mavrik Fairway Wood Review

By Paul Liberatore



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When Eli Callaway started the Callaway Golf Company by selling clubs out of the back of his car, he had one goal in mind: to be at the technological forefront, and make clubs that allowed players to get the most out of their game.

Fast forward decades later, and that’s exactly what the company continues to do today.

The Mavrik fairway woods embody Mr. Callaway’s original goal. 

They’re jam-packed with the latest and greatest technology, while maintaining a classic traditional look that golfers love.

Key Features

A.I.-optimized Flash Face is one of the hottest in the game.

Progressive leading edge allows golfers to launch the ball high.

A single-weight deep and low in the sole maximizes launch while minimizing spin.

Design and Technology

There’s a lot to unpack when it comes to talking about the technology and design that’s found in Callaway’s Mavrik fairway woods.

From an aesthetic standpoint, the Mavrik fairway woods are some of the most “normal” Callaway has made in quite a while. We classify the clubhead’s shape as traditional and round. The white chevron on the top of the club not only provides a great directional aid, it inspires confidence against the club’s black crown.

The faces are inspired by A.I. design and incorporate Flash Face Technology. This technology makes the Mavrik’s face one of the thinnest in the game. The result? Explosive ball speeds and maximum distance

Behind the face, you’ll find Jail Break and Face Cup Technologies that add stability to both solid and off-center shots, while also increasing COR for faster ball speeds.

In the back of the clubhead, you’ll find a single weight. This weight is strategically placed to lower the CG and move it back in the clubhead. The result is a high launch but a surprisingly flat trajectory. Even though these fairway woods fly high, they fight through the wind as well as anything on the market.

One of the more subtle characteristics of the Mavrik fairway woods is their progressive leading edge. Not only does the leading edge help golfers get the ball in the air when they catch one a little thin, it improves turf interaction and keeps the club from digging. 


  • A.I.-inspired face is one of the hottest in the game, even to this day.
  • CG low and back in the clubhead fosters conditions for high launch and low spin, the ideal combination for maximum distance.
  • Face Cup and Jailbreak Technologies add plenty of stability no matter where you hit the ball on the clubface.


  • Price point remains high compared to other fairway woods that were introduced in 2020.
  • Can be difficult to find because they’re in such high demand.
  • Lack of shaft options in the women’s woods may be a deterrent.

Our Experience

Most anybody that’s ever hit a Callaway wood would agree that it’s an experience you don’t forget.

That’s certainly what we found with the Mavrik fairway woods. Even though these clubs are a couple years old, their design and technology features remain cutting-edge.

When I got the Mavrik fairway woods on the range, the first thing that caught my eye was the clean, traditional look. Unlike a lot of modern fairway woods that are oddly shaped, the Mavrik’s inspire confidence at address.

I also noticed the high launch these fairway woods produce. And while you might think such a high launch would get eaten up by the wind, such couldn’t be further from the truth. The flight was strong and boring.

I also liked the sound they made coming off the face. It was anything but tinny, and you really know when you catch one dead nuts.

Callaway Mavrik Fariway Wood

Frequently Asked Questions

How Does the Callaway Golf Mavrik 22 Fairway Wood Specifically Cater to Female Golfers?

 The Callaway Golf Mavrik 22 Fairway Wood caters to my needs with club customization, shaft options, and swing speed optimization. It provides excellent distance control, allowing for precise and powerful shots.

What Are the Specific Performance Benefits of the Carbon Crown in the Callaway Golf Mavrik 22 Fairway Wood?

The carbon crown in the Callaway Golf Mavrik 22 Fairway Wood enhances performance benefits through weight distribution and material composition. It optimizes the center of gravity, promotes forgiveness, and increases ball speed, improving overall playability.

How Does the Carbon Crown Contribute to the Stability of the Club During Play?

The carbon crown in my Callaway Golf Mavrik 22 Fairway Wood contributes to its stability during play by optimizing weight distribution. This enhances the club’s balance and control, allowing for consistent and powerful shots.

Can You Provide More Details About the Material and Weight of the Callaway Golf Mavrik 22 Fairway Wood?

Sure! The Callaway Golf Mavrik 22 Fairway Wood is made of lightweight graphite, enhancing swing speed. The weight distribution and carbon crown contribute to stability during play. Custom fitting ensures optimal performance.

What Are the Main Pros and Cons of Using the Callaway Golf Mavrik 22 Fairway Wood for Female Golfers?

As a female golfer, the Callaway Golf Mavrik 22 Fairway Wood offers exceptional ball speed and forgiveness. Its lightweight design is perfect for increased swing speeds. However, some may find the 18-degree loft challenging for certain shots.


It comes as no surprise that Callaway’s Mavrik fairway woods remain such a hot ticket item, even two years after they were introduced. Like most every club Callaway makes, these fairway woods are loaded with the very best technology and design features.

If you’re looking for more from your game out of the fairway, you can’t go wrong with Mavrik fairway woods. They’re designed to help players of all abilities, and that includes you. 

Paul Liberatore

Paul Liberatore

As the Founder of Golfers Authority Paul Liberatore Esq. has spent the last 7+ years writing about the best golf equipment or instruction from the top golf instructors in the world. He has been a contributing writer for Sports Illustrated Golf and GolfWRX. After graduating with honors from Purdue University, he realized that he had a passion for the golf business and the law. When he's not practicing law, or creating golf content on YouTube, he can be found on his syndicated Behind the Golf Brand podcast talking with the most prolific leaders in the golf industry. 

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