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BREAKING: Callaway’s New Epic Flash Driver Equipped with Artificial Intelligence

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I don’t think I’m alone when I say this, but I don’t think anyone was expecting that Callaway’s Epic Flash pièce de résistance—the Epic Flash club face—was designed by artificial intelligence.   A post shared by Hozel Rocket 🚀 (@hozel_rocket) on Jan 4, 2019 at 8:08am PST Something tells me the A.I. probably didn’t pick the name, but I digress… …


Rounding Up 2019’s Hottest New Driver Rumors and Teasers

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The start of 2019 brings two things: the PGA TOUR emerges from its its six-week slumber with the Sentry Tournament of Champions at Kapalua’s Plantation Course and the preview of the new drivers that will be coming to market this year.  And while Callaway and Taylormade stole the headlines last year with the release of the Rogue and M3/M4 Series, …


Extend Your Golf Season with Callaway’s Fall 2018 Collection

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Callaway Apparel is something special to me, particularly outwear since one of their thermal vests was my first true piece of “golf clothing.”  Ironically enough, that Callaway zip-up vest is still one of my go-to pieces of clothing whenever the weather dips below 70°. And that’s because, despite being a few years old, the zipper still easily glides up and …

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Callaway & TaylorMade Triple Down on New Drivers

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I’m going to apologize in advance because this might be a little hard to believe, but this is the third consecutive year that Callaway and TaylorMade will be releasing new drivers.  Third.  That’s right, if you picked up an Epic or M1/M2 (Second-Generation) in 2017, you will have a driver in your bag that is now outdated by 2 more …

FIRST LOOK: Callaway’s Line of Big Bertha Irons and Hybrids

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They’re baaaack! Yesterday, Callaway introduced the next generation of Big Bertha irons and hybrids, which will available for pre-order at the end of this month and in retail stores in January of 2019. The new iteration builds off the 2016 OS irons release and will add what they call a “suspended energy core.” That core is made up of a …

More Jailbreak and Callaway Goo in Rogue Irons

More Jailbreak and Callaway “Goo” in Rogue Irons

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As if yesterday’s news wasn’t enough, Callaway isn’t done Jailbreaking.  Instead, Callaway revealed the new Rogue hybrids and… wait for it… they have Jailbreak too! Similar to the new Rogue Fairway Woods, the Rogue Hybrids will have steel, in contrast to titanium in the Rogue Drivers, rods connecting the crown and sole of the club head, which will help transfer a lot …

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Callaway Rogue: An Epic Evolution

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On January 27, 2017, Callaway released the Epic series drivers and, in sum, the standard Epic and Epic Sub Zero (the low-spin model) were both epic.  In fact, a majority of golfers saw ball speeds increase more than 3 MPH, all thanks to Jailbreak technology—two titanium rods that were positioned just behind the club face and connected the crown and sole together. …

Callaway Signs Two More PGA TOUR Pros

Callaway Signs Two More PGA TOUR Pros

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One company that is starting to reel in some big fish for their brand is Callaway Golf. Callaway made an expected splash yesterday, adding Sergio Garcia to the fold after the Spaniard had spent the past decade and a half with TaylorMade. It was not a huge surprise, however, as TaylorMade announced in November that Sergio would no longer be …

An Open Letter to TM and Callaway: Stop Flooding the Market

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Don’t get me wrong, I love new golf clubs.  In fact, I just got custom fit (for the first time) for everything but my putter this past August.  And I loved it.  Besides the obvious benefits of fitting (some added distance and, more importantly, better dispersion), it’s nice just to have clubs that are unique and were built for you. But golf …