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Callaway Big Bertha, Big Bertha Alpha

Big Bertha is back. Callaway Golf will use the famous name for two new drivers and a line of fairway woods for 2014.

VIDEO: Callaway's Big Bertha driver

Dr. Alan Hocknell, Senior Vice President of Research and Development at Callaway, walks you through the relaunch of the Big Bertha driver line.

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PHOTOS: Callaway Big Bertha driver

A look at Callaway's new Big Bertha driver.

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Winner's Bag: Patrick Reed, WGC-Cadillac Championship

Here is a complete list of the clubs Patrick Reed used to win the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

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With new driver in bag, Mickelson expects big things

Phil Mickelson says this could be the best year of his career, all because of a new club: a 9.5-degree Big Bertha Alpha driver, which he used rarely in a highly successful 2013 campaign.

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Callaway Big Bertha, Big Bertha Alpha

Big Bertha is back. Callaway Golf will use the famous name for two new drivers and a line of fairway woods for 2014.

VIDEO: Callaway's Big Bertha Alpha driver

Dr. Alan Hocknell, Senior Vice President of Research and Development at Callaway, explains the technology behind the new Big Bertha Alpha.

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PHOTOS: Callaway Big Bertha Alpha driver

A look at Callaway's new Big Bertha Alpha driver.

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Callaway Big Bertha V Series Drivers

The latest Big Bertha is targeted at players who need to increase their clubhead speed to maximize distance.

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Callaway FT Optiforce drivers

Callaway Golf officials have high hopes for the new FT Optiforce drivers, but a more important strategy story is emerging at company headquarters.

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New Callaway driver goes Xtreme

Callaway is introducing a driver - the Razr Fit Xtreme - and preaching a club-fitting philosophy that is different than driver developments from several other companies.

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Callaway X2 Hot & X2 Hot Pro lineup

Any discussion of Callaway Golf’s new family of clubs revolves around the word hot -- it's even in the name of the new Callaway X2 Hot lineup of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons.

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Callaway X2 Hot & X2 Hot Pro driver

Callaway's new X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro drivers are all about ball speed, with a face 4 percent larger than the previous model without adding weight.

VIDEO: Callaway's X2 Hot & X2 Hot Pro Driver

Callaway's Alan Hocknell breaks down the technology behind the new X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro driver.

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Callaway X Hot, X Hot Pro drivers

There is no mistaking what Callaway wanted to do when it made the X Hot driver: maximize distance. Its CG is adjusted for each loft offered.

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Winner's Bag: Patrick Reed, WGC-Cadillac Championship

Here is a complete list of the clubs Patrick Reed used to win the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

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Callaway Big Bertha, Big Bertha Alpha

Big Bertha is back. Callaway Golf will use the famous name for two new drivers and a line of fairway woods for 2014.

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Callaway FT Optiforce drivers

Callaway Golf officials have high hopes for the new FT Optiforce drivers, but a more important strategy story is emerging at company headquarters.

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Callaway Razr Fit Xtreme fairway woods

Callaway Razr Fit Xtreme fairway woods are designed for players who want a blend of power and adjustability.

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Callaway X2 Hot Deep fairway woods

X Hot Deep has become X2 Hot Deep for 2014. Along with the slight name change, there are new options in lofts: 12.5 (2Deep), 14.5 (3Deep) and 18.5 (5Deep).

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Callaway X2 Hot & X2 Hot Pro lineup

Any discussion of Callaway Golf’s new family of clubs revolves around the word hot -- it's even in the name of the new Callaway X2 Hot lineup of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons.

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Callaway X2 Hot, X2 Hot Pro and X2 Hot Deep fairway woods

A new face design, coupled with a unique internal weighting system, gives the Callaway X2 Hot, X2 Hot Pro and X2 Hot Deep fairway woods plenty of pop.

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Callaway's X Hot 3Deep hits the Tour

Callaway has unveiled the X Hot 3Deep fairway wood, which is intended primarily for golfers seeking a second driving club off the tee.

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Callaway X Hot & X Hot Pro fairway woods

Callaway is planning a comeback in the fairway woods category with its X Hot line, available in standard and Pro versions.

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Callaway Hex Black Tour golf ball

Phil Mickelson says that the spin and control of the Callaway Hex Black Tour golf ball are superlative around the green -- and that he is driving the ball farther than ever.

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Callaway introduces Hex Chrome+ Golf Ball

Callaway Golf has announced that it plans to have the new, four-piece Hex Chrome+ golf ball in pro shops on April 19. It will be positioned as a tour-quality ball for mid- to fast-swinging golfers who want to maximize distance.

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Callaway Hex Hot, Hex Hot Pro golf balls

The Callaway Hex Hot has a slightly larger core than its cousin, the Hex Hot Pro golf ball, also a three-piece design. The Hex Hot Pro has a slightly larger mantle layer.

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Winner's Bag: Patrick Reed, WGC-Cadillac Championship

Here is a complete list of the clubs Patrick Reed used to win the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

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Callaway Speed Regime golf balls

Callaway's three newest golf balls, the Speed Regime family, are designed to excel in three different speed ranges.

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Mickelson uses Callaway X2 Hot Pro hybrid

Phil Mickelson showed up in Abu Dhabi in January with a new 18-degree X2 Hot Pro hybrid in his bag. He tied for second.

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Callaway X2 Hot & X2 Hot Pro lineup

Any discussion of Callaway Golf’s new family of clubs revolves around the word hot -- it's even in the name of the new Callaway X2 Hot lineup of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons.

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Callaway X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro hybrids

Using a new face design and internal weight system, Callaway aims to add distance to its latest hybrids -- the X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro.

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Callaway X Hot, X Hot Pro Hybrids

The Callaway X Hot hybrids have a unique sole design that should help mid- and high-handicap golfers not only replace irons, but find clubs.

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Callaway Apex Muscleback irons

Callaway's Apex Muscleback irons are designed to make it easier to get shots with the long irons up in the air while helping players flight short irons lower.

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Callaway Apex Pro irons

Callaway Golf’s new Apex Pro iron, available Jan. 17, is a thought-provoking iron that surely will generate plenty of discussion among skilled golfers.

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Callaway Apex irons

Resurrecting the venerable Apex name, Callaway is unveiling irons designated as the company's premier entry in the 'distance forged' category.

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Callaway to resurrect Apex irons

The venerable Apex name, linked to the glory days of the Ben Hogan Co., apparently is about to resurface as a Callaway reincarnation.

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Callaway Apex UT Irons

A forged face cup and low CG make the Callaway Apex UT Irons long-iron alternatives.

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Callaway Razr X HL hybrids

The Callaway Razr X HL hybrids were created with the theme of getting the ball in the air.

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Winner's Bag: Patrick Reed, WGC-Cadillac Championship

Here is a complete list of the clubs Patrick Reed used to win the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

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Callaway Razr X Muscleback Irons

Callaway's Razr X Muscleback irons are from carbon steel to provide the maximum amount of feel with a thin top line.

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Callaway X2 Hot & X2 Hot Pro lineup

Any discussion of Callaway Golf’s new family of clubs revolves around the word hot -- it's even in the name of the new Callaway X2 Hot lineup of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons.

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Callaway X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro irons

An aggressive undercut and feel-enhancing badge help give the Callaway X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro irons more distance and feel.

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Winner's Bag: Patrick Reed, WGC-Cadillac Championship

Here is a complete list of the clubs Patrick Reed used to win the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

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Callaway X Forged iron's unique heritage

In early 2013 we also will see a new generation of fairway woods from Callaway, along with an enhanced version of the Razr X driver used by Ernie Els to win the 2012 Open Championship.

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Callaway Razr X Forged irons

The Callaway Razr X Forged iron contains all the earmarks of a classic forged iron and a cavity back design for playability.

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Toy Box notes: Els uses new Callaway utility

Ernie Els carried three Callaway X Utility Prototypes in his bag for the Open Championship.

  • Arm-Lock
  • Flip-Face
  • Metal-X
  • ProType Black
  • ProType Tour
  • Tank Cruiser
  • Versa
  • Versa Jailbird
  • White Hot Pro
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Odyssey Flip Face putter

The unique changeable face of the Odyssey Flip Face includes a dual insert for use as conditions might dictate.

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Winner's Bag: Patrick Reed, WGC-Cadillac Championship

Here is a complete list of the clubs Patrick Reed used to win the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

VIDEO: The Odyssey Metal-X Milled Putter

Our David Dusesk talks with Principal Designer at Odyssey Golf, Austie Rollinson, about the Odyssey Metal-X Milled Putters.

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Odyssey ProType Black putter

The Odyssey ProType Black putters are available in three models, each with a soft, milled, carbon-steel head.

Odyssey ProType Tour putters

Odyssey created the ProType Tour putter line by blending feedback from Tour players like Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els and Alvaro Quiros with modern materials and classic designs.

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Odyssey ProType Tour putters

Odyssey created the ProType Tour putter line by blending feedback from Tour players like Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els and Alvaro Quiros with modern materials and classic designs.

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Odyssey Tank Cruiser putters

Odyssey's newest putters let you control the counterbalancing effect.

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Odyssey Versa No. 1 putter

The Odyssey Versa No. 1 is all about visual perception and alignment (called Visionary High Contrast Alignment).

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Odyssey Versa Jailbird putter

This high-MOI design of the Odyssey Versa Jailbird putter extends the brand's black-and-white alignment system.

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Odyssey White Hot Pro putters

Bringing back a face insert that remained popular among pros, the Odyssey White Hot Pro line of putters' latest iteration offers 18 choices.

  • Forged
  • Mack Daddy 2
  • X Series Jaws
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Callaway Forged wedges

The round-toed Callaway Forged wedges, inspired by club designer Roger Cleveland’s interaction with touring pros, feature a C grind on the sole.

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Callaway Mack Daddy 2 Tour Grind Wedges

Feedback from the PGA Tour guided the design of Callaway's latest wedge, the Mack Daddy 2 Tour Grind.

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Winner's Bag: Patrick Reed, WGC-Cadillac Championship

Here is a complete list of the clubs Patrick Reed used to win the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

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Callaway Mack Daddy 2 wedges

Callaway has announced its latest wedges – the Mack Daddy 2 line – will be available at retail beginning July 12.

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Callaway prototype wedge in play at RBC Heritage

Callaway's latest wedges have a dark finish, show a textured pattern between grooves and feature a "Mack Daddy 2" stamp. The prototypes, which have not yet been announced, were seen at the RBC Heritage.

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Callaway X Series Jaws wedges

Callaway X Series Jaws wedges feature 21 grooves and a classic C-grind sole for shotmakers.