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Pros: Like other ultra low-spin drivers, Callaway's XR 16 Sub Zero has huge distance potential for high-spin, high-speed golfers. Adjustable weights allow golfers to fine tune...
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Rick Shiels hits Callaway's new XR 16, XR 16 Pro and XR 16 Sub Zero drivers on Foresight's GC2 launch monitor with HMT to compare carry...

The chase for a lower center of gravity (CG) has taken Callaway below the neutral axis line with its new XR 16 Sub Zero...

Recently, I was lucky enough to partake in a tour of The Boeing Company's Everett Factory near Seattle, and pick the brains of its...

Everyone's favorite excuse for green adult beverage-soaked revelry is nearly upon us. And if you're feeling a little more Irish than usual as St....

Most golfers search for trajectory control and consistency in their short irons, and forgiveness and distance in their long irons, right? Sometimes, however, that's...

Callaway's PM Grind, designed in conjunction with Phil Mickelson, will now be offered with a Matte Black finish. The original PM Grind, which released...

A new driver from Callaway, called the XR 16 "Sub Zero," recently appeared on the USGA's List of Conforming Clubs. Here's how it looked...

Few golf balls in recent memory have created the buzz of Callaway's Chrome Soft, a category buster that the company dubbed "the ball that changed the...

Callaway's XR irons and hybrids from last year (the standard models, not the "Pro") were classified as game-improvement clubs, industry code for high-launching, forgiving clubs with...

In the current driver market, golf equipment companies have a tall task -- make drivers that are even longer and more forgiving than the...

Pros: The Great Big Bertha is impressively low spinning for its high level of forgiveness. Its adjustability system is also effective, and simple to use....

Pros: The Chrome Soft has an incredibly soft feel, but doesn't skimp on performance. It will create maximum distance off the tee for 99 percent of golfers,...

There are hybrids that perform more like fairway woods, and hybrids that perform more like irons. Callaway's Apex hybrids are the latter, offering golfers...

Apex Irons Construction: Forged body (1025 carbon steel), 17-4 stainless steel faces Irons available: 3-PW, AW, SW Price: $1,199 steel, $1,399 graphite Stock Shaft: True Temper XP 95 (steel) Two...

Callaway’s Great Big Bertha and Big Bertha Alpha 816 fairway woods were designed to make the game easier for an overwhelming majority of the...

Callaway's Big Bertha Alpha 816 Double Black Diamond Driver ($499.99) is available in lofts of 9 and 10.5 degrees for right-handed and left-handed golfers. Stock...

Callaway's Great Big Bertha driver ($449.99) is available in lofts of 9, 10.5 and 13.5 degrees for right-handed and left-handed golfers. Stock length is 45.5...

Callaway's Big Bertha Mini 1.5 is the latest entry into the recently crowded category of "driving woods" -- clubs too large to be considered fairway woods, but only...

In a three-part video series brought to you by Callaway Golf, golf instruction guru David Leadbetter offers tips for better distance control on approach shots, and demonstrates how...

Pros: The XR has a shallow-face design that makes it easy to launch the ball. The XR Pro offers a more compact head shape and...

Pros: The XR driver (460cc) does everything well, but it excels at forgiveness. The XR Pro (440cc) is similar, but it has a smaller,...

Updated: April 12, 2015 Callaway's new Mack Daddy 2 PM Grind wedges were designed by Phil Mickelson and have a radical shape that can help golfers...

Callaway's XR drivers, fairway woods and hybrids use the company's new-and-improved Hyper Speed Face Cup technology to produce faster ball speeds -- without skimping...

Callaway 's new XR iron line, which includes the XR and XR Pro irons, uses the company's new Face Cup 360 technology that improves...