Callaway

Callaway Golf is one of the most recognized golf club manufacturers in the world, and it has a rich history that spans more than three decades. The company was founded in 1982 by Ely Callaway Jr., a businessman with a passion for golf. Callaway Golf began as a small manufacturer of high-quality golf clubs and quickly gained a reputation for innovation and quality.

In 1988, Callaway Golf introduced the Big Bertha driver, which revolutionized the golf club industry. The Big Bertha driver had a larger head than previous drivers and was made of stainless steel, which made it more forgiving and easier to hit. The Big Bertha driver became a huge success and is still one of the most popular drivers in the world today.

Over the years, Callaway Golf has continued to innovate and introduce new technologies in its golf clubs. In 1991, the company introduced the S2H2 (Short, Straight, Hollow, Hosel) technology, which moved weight away from the hosel and into the clubhead for better performance. In 1994, Callaway Golf introduced the Great Big Bertha driver, which was even larger than the original Big Bertha and had a more aerodynamic shape.

In 1997, Callaway Golf acquired Odyssey Sports, a company that specialized in putters. The acquisition allowed Callaway Golf to expand its product line and offer a wider range of golf clubs to its customers.

In recent years, Callaway Golf has continued to introduce new technologies and innovative designs in its golf clubs. The company’s Epic line of drivers and fairway woods, introduced in 2017, features Jailbreak technology that increases ball speed and distance.

Today, Callaway Golf is one of the largest golf club manufacturers in the world, and its products are used by golfers of all skill levels. The company’s commitment to innovation and quality has helped it stay at the forefront of the industry for more than 30 years, and it continues to push the boundaries of what is possible in golf club design and performance.