Callaway Golf Club Reviews
Callaway and innovation have been synonymous in the golf world since the company was founded by Ely Callaway in 1982. And it doesn’t appear that things will be slowing down anytime soon for Callaway, which has established itself as an industry leader across the board when it comes to golf clubs. Headlining that list for 2017 are brand new GBB Epic drivers and fairway woods, which have been a resounding success on the PGA Tour and with amateurs of all ability levels. That said, Callaway also has tremendous options in terms of irons, hybrids, and wedges to meet the needs of any players. If you’re in the market for new clubs this year and Callaway is on your radar, TGW has all of the information you need to make great decisions.
Callaway Golf Club Types
Since introducing the titanium Great Big Bertha driver in the mid 1990s, Callaway has been a dominant player in the driver market, earning a reputation for the exceptional playability of its various offerings. And with the Jailbreak Technology that has been introduced in the new GBB Epic drivers, Callaway will likely remain a force for the foreseeable future when it comes to drivers.
When it comes to fairway woods and hybrids, no one is giving golfers more ball speed and more distance than Callaway, which has emerged as a giant in both markets thanks to its Face Cup technology. That said, Callaway’s fairways and hybrids have also garnered a reputation for being extremely playable, most notably by offering golfers significant forgiveness on mis-hits.
Above and beyond technology, where Callaway excels as an iron company is when it comes to the comprehensive nature of its offerings. From Tour players to beginners, regardless of the year, Callaway has sets of irons that will prove to be exactly what golfers needs. And those players can always count on a wonderful combination of playability, performance, look, and feel.
One area in which Callaway probably doesn’t get all of the credit it deserves is when it comes to wedges. And truth be told, that doesn’t make much sense with renowned wedge designer Roger Cleveland leading Callaway’s wedge efforts. Of course, those who have tried Callaway wedges, including the extremely versatile MD line, know just how well these products perform.