The Callaway Golf Club

14 April 2015 | By

images  golfer using callawayThe Callaway golf club is one of the most popular and also reliable

Types of golf club in the market today.

There are so many people (particularly retired men)Capture BigBertha V series

That are fascinated with golf today and it is no wonder

why the Callaway golf club

Is now in the peak of success in the world of golf clubs.

The Callaway Golf club is headed by Ely Callaway. He bought half of Hickory Stick USA

And renamed it Callaway Hickory Stick USA. After purchasing it, he decided to hire

The best people that would be an instrument in supporting his dream of Callaway golf club.

He hired Richard C. Helmstetter to be the Chief Club Designer and this as others would say

Is the point of no return. The designs for Callaway golf club are truly revolutionary

And innovative which is why the Callaway golf club is dubbed as the type of golf club

That is unique and also high-performance kind golf equipment. After that, Ely Callaway

Renamed his company into Callaway Golf and then relocated from Cathedral City, California

To a sleepy seaside town called Carlsbad, which is just north of San Diego.

One of the most innovative designs that the firm came up with was to create

A stainless steel driver that had a larger and more forgiving head than any previous design.

The CEO, Callaway dubbed it as “Big Bertha” which was derived from a German cannon back in WWI.

Which was famous for its capability of shooting long distance range. This type of design

Was the one that made Callaway golf club a house hold name in the states

Because it experienced millions of sales and the Big Bertha type of Callaway golf club

Was the reason why Callaway became the number one manufacturer of golf clubs

Not only in the US but in the whole world which shows how popular golf is to the whole world.

At present, there are six classifications of the Callaway Golf club.Capture bigbertha Hybrids

The first classification is the drivers which are comprised of two models

Which are the Big Bertha Fusion FT4 and Big Bertha Titanium 454.

The next classification of Callaway golf club is called the Fairway Woods.

Fairway Woods have three types of clubs which are Big Bertha Fusion Fairway Woods,

Big Bertha Titanium Fairway Woods, and Big Bertha Fairway Woods.

The next classification of the Callaway golf club is a hybrid which is designed

For long and distant shots. The model for this type of Callaway golf club

Is called Big Bertha Heavenwood Hybrids. The next classification is called irons

Which are divided into five types of models and these are Big Bertha,CaptureMack Daddy Slate

Big Bertha Fusion, X-Tour, X-18, and X-18 Pro. Another classification

Of the Callaway golf club would be the wedges and the model here is called Forged+ Wedges.

The last classification for Callaway golf club is called the Putters.

The Putters have two models in its classification which are Callaway

Golf I-Trax Putter and tour Blue.The classification and models

Of Callaway Gold Club mentioned above are the ones that the firm manufactures.

All of these models were made in the lieu with science, research, and practice.

All of these models are worth a try and who knows?CaptureVersa 7 Putter

You might be the next Jordan Spieth

IN THE WORLD OF GOLF

 

 

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I am 73Years of age in real time but feel like a young 55 years Man. I live in Gods own Country Redland Bay Queensland Australia. I have Two Great Children and 4 wonderful Great Grand Children. I have a Son of 46 years and a Daughter of 45 years I am A widower of 8 Years .When My Sweet English Rose Brenda. Passed away from Diabetes and a Failing Heart caused by the Diabetes. Took her away from Us . I now Live For My Children and my Great Grand Children. My Wife and I were Married For 41 Wonderful Years and I miss Her so Much. I write poetry and have just published a book of Poems called Modern Poetry. By Bob William Raisbeck

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