- Hit driver, not 3 wood for better scoring on tight holesPosted 1 day ago
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Callaway Big Bertha and Big Bertha Alpha drivers
Callaway’s new Big Bertha and Big Bertha Alpha are the company’s most adjustable drivers to date. They use multi-material constructions and two distinct moveable weight systems to offer golfers an unrivaled amount of control over their launch...
- Posted 9 days ago
Callaway 2014 Big Bertha driver rumors heating up
We’re already 23 pages deep in a Callaway Big Bertha thread in our forums, where members are discussing the much rumored “Big Bertha” drivers Callaway is said to be releasing for the 2014 season. In August, we...
- Posted 15 days ago
Callaway X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro drivers, fairway woods and hybrids
X2 Hot Driver Callaway’s X Hot driver was one of the top-performing drivers in 2013 for golfers with slow-to-moderate swing speeds, and those who miss the sweet spot as often as they hit it. But it had...
- Posted 29 days ago
Callaway X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro Irons
The most important new feature of Callaway’s new X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro irons is something that on first glance, golfers might not even notice: Chevron-shaped silver arches on the back of their cavities. While they...
- Posted 29 days ago
A pair of Japanese stars emerge on the PGA Tour: Which one will shine brighter?
The number of Asian golfers who have played on PGA Tour are few. Of those, the ones who have achieved significant fame are even fewer. With Hideki Matsuyama and Ryo Ishikawa playing concurrent schedules in the U.S.,...
- Posted 33 days ago
Tech Talk: Callaway Apex Pro Irons
The ingredients that go into tour-quality “players” irons are usually about the same. They need to have short blade lengths, thin top lines, narrow soles and a minimal amount of offset to meet the needs of the...
- Posted 36 days ago
Cleveland Golf sues Callaway over use of ‘Roger Cleveland’ name
Cleveland Golf Company, Inc. and Dunlop Sports Co. Ltd. filed a trademark infringement, unfair competition and trademark dilution against Callaway Golf Company for imprinting the name “Roger Cleveland” on its Mack Daddy 2 wedges. In 1990, Roger...
- Posted 41 days ago
Ernie Els to TaylorMade? Big Easy tries new equipment in Asia
At the Presidents Cup earlier this month, Ernie Els was spotted playing a Titleist golf ball, a departure from the Callaway HEX Black Tour he’s teed up for the past few years. The Callaway staffer also played...
- Posted 44 days ago
Ernie Els WITB
Equipment accurate as of the CIMB Classic (10/27/13) Driver: Callaway FT Optiforce (9.5 degrees) Shaft: Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 7.2X Tour Spec Length: 45 inches 3 Wood: Callaway Razr Fit Xtreme (15 degrees) Shaft: Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 9.2X Tour Spec...
- Posted 45 days ago
Review: Callaway women’s golf apparel
Recent lines of Callaway apparel seemed to have been aimed at my parents, not me. But the company has really stepped up its game with its new line, which targets a younger, more athletic crowd. Outfit 1 Take...
- Posted 50 days ago
Analyzing the logos of the six most recognizable golf brands
If a picture can be worth a thousand words, a logo can be worth a fair bit more. Like millions. Or billions. The total golf economy of 2011 was responsible for nearly $70 billion in spending. As...
- Posted 61 days ago
Mickelson uses a TaylorMade SLDR driver at the Presidents Cup
Phil Mickelson added a TaylorMade SLDR driver to his bag for Day 2 of the Presidents Cup, where he and U.S. Team partner Keegan Bradley defeated the International Team’s Jason Day and Graham DeLaet in foresomes 4...
- Posted 68 days ago
Callaway HEX Black Tour and HEX Chrome + Golf Balls: Editor review
Pros: The HEX Black Tour is one of the longest, lowest-spinning tour balls on the market. The Chrome + feels a little softer and produces more spin on full shots. Both models are exceptional in the wind and...
- Posted 76 days ago
Stenson wins with Callaway’s exotic Legacy Black irons
Today, Callaway released information on its new Apex irons. That has golf gearheads buzzing about them as well as a different Callaway product, the company’s exotic Legacy Black irons (pictured right) used by Henrik Stenson to win...
- Posted 78 days ago