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Types of Callaway Golf Clubs Available

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

Callaway is one of the biggest names in golf equipment, with Callaway golf clubs leading the company today, as they have for most of its history. Golf clubs in the Callaway lineup include the following types:

  • Drivers
  • Irons
  • Wedges
  • Fairway woods
  • Hybrids
  • “I-MIX” clubs

The I-MIX club line is unique in that the shafts and clubs are interchangeable. This is particularly ideal for golfers who want to have more control over the physics of the club (either for height reasons or technique reasons).

Of those categories, the largest in terms of number of products available is the drivers category. Currently, Callaway makes seven different drivers (five for men, two for women). There are six irons, four fairway woods, three hybrids, and two wedges. Perhaps the biggest name, style wise, is the Big Bertha. The company manufactures six different styles of golf ball.

Callaway golf clubs are some of the best quality, most well-known, and most trusted golf clubs on the market. Part of what makes the Callaway line so agreeable is that their prices range significantly, depending on what you are looking to buy and how much you can afford to spend.

The prices you will find for a Callaway club generally range from $50 to $800. That’s quite a span because different club styles require different amounts of materials, different types of materials, and different levels of finesse and detail in the design and construction of the club.

While you could go to a discount store and buy generic clubs for the cost of one or two Callaways, the Callaways are much more likely to perform well and last a long time. A good way of getting a deal is to buy clubs in sets, such as 8 for $1,000 for example.

To learn more about golf equipment go to Golf Laser Rangefinder Review and Golf Bags Central.

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