Callaway was a major player in the golf world when they introduced the Big Bertha driver. This driver was developed in the late 1980s. The brand has only grown since then.
So, have you ever wondered how Callaway golf clubs are made.
In this post, we’ll dive into where Callaway manufactures its golf clubs. You’ll also learn other interesting facts about each Callaway‘sThey will also provide information about ownership, the price range of their clubs, and the pro golfers they have partnered.
Where are Callaway Golf Clubs Made
Callaway golf club are made in Asia and shipped to their Carlsbad, California plant for assembly.
Callaway has a strict QA process so that golfers can rest assured that all clubs are held to the highest standards. The headquarters of the company is in Carlsbad California.
Who owns Callaway?
Ely Callaway Jr. founded the Callaway Golf Company. It’s now publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange and is part of the S&P 400.
Callaway Golf Clubs are Used by Professional Golfers
Here’s a list of professional golfers who have played with Callaway clubs.
- Kevin Kisner:GBB Driver and Jaws Forged Wedges
- Abraham AncerEpic Speed Triple Diamond Driver
- Sam Burns:Rogue ST Triple Diamond Driver; Apex TCB Irons and Jaws MD5 raw Wedges
- Xander Schauffele:Rogue ST Triple Diamond S Driver. Apex TCB Raw Irons. Jaws Raw Wedges.
- Jon RahmRogue ST Triple Diamond LS Driver and Apex TCB Irons. Jaws Forged Wedges
- Daniel Berger:Apex CF16 Irons
- Louis Oosthuizen:Mack Daddy PM Grind Wedges
Callaway clubs come in many sizesFrom $2,500 to $3.300 For a complete set, click here
Our Favorite Callaway Clubs
If you’re looking for some of our favorite Callaway clubs, here they are:
Callaway Rogue ST Max Driver
The new Rogue ST MAX Driver is Callaway’s fastest, most stable driver ever. The Tungsten Speed Cartridge structure is revolutionary and places 26 grams in the driver’s head. This increases speed on off center hits and gives more forgiveness through high MOI.
Callaway Golf Apex DCB Iron
It delivers the look, feel, and performance of a forged player club with the forgiveness offered by a deep cavity rear. The improved sole width and deep cavity back allow for easy launch, solid turf interaction and a wide range of lies. The forged 1025 mild steel body and patented Urethane microspheres provide outstanding sound and feel at impact. Additionally, the improved shaping enhances turf feel.