By Coach Erik Schjolberg – Feb 23, 2024
List Of Callaway Drivers By Year
Callaway Drivers by Year:
Latest Callaway Driver Models
Paradym Ai Smoke for 2024…
Paradym Ai Smoke Triple Diamond: Ideal for lower handicap players looking for neutral/fade biased face, compact shape, low launch, low spin, and workability. Tour pros such a Jon Rahm, Xander Schauffele, and Sam Burns have this club in their bag.
Paradym Ai Smoke MAX: Works for a wide range of player, from high handicappers down to tour pros. Sliding rear weight allows for adjustability, mid-high launch, low spin, and modern head shape.
Paradym Ai Smoke MAX D: For a higher handicapper looking for help off the tee with launch and draw bias. Fight the slice with high MOI, stretched back design, and a high launch profile.
Paradym Ai Smoke MAX Fast: New to the Callaway driver lineup is a lightweight design for slower swing speed players looking for something lightweight and easy to swing. Bonded hosel and lightweight materials make for the lightest option from Callaway.
Paradym Series for 2023…
Callaway’s latest release (late February of 2023) is the Paradym series with the following model offers:
- Paradym – high launch / low spin for mid to low handicap players
- Paradym X – more forgiveness (high launch / high MOI) and slight draw bias for higher handicap players
- Paradym Triple Diamond – low spin / low launch, smaller head, for advanced and low handicap players looking to work the ball and who have a very high swing speed and good ball striking ability
- Paradym Women’s – same head as men’s, but more women friendly shaft options
- Paradym X Women’s – same head as men’s, but more women friendly shaft options
What is the Callaway Rogue Driver Year?
The Callaway Rogue Driver year is 2022 for the new Rogue ST, and the Callaway Rogue Driver year is 2018 for the original Rogue.
This time they added the ST (Speed Tuned) designation.
These drivers might possibly be the best drivers every produced in the history of golf!!
Check out our reviews and test results for each of the 4 drivers if you don’t believe me haha:
- Callaway Rogue ST Max Driver review
- Callaway Rogue ST Max LS Driver review
- Callaway Rogue ST Max D Driver review
- Callaway Rogue ST Triple Diamond LS Driver review
Callaway Epic Max Driver Line
Before the Rogue ST line, it was the Epic line in 2021. We have an in depth review of the Callaway Epic Speed if you want to check that out, the Epic Max version over here, and the Callaway Epic Max LS review here.
Big Bertha B21
If you’re still a Big Bertha loyalist, Callaway still offers the Big Bertha B21 which was released in 2020. Who knows if they’ll continue that line going forward, but I would assume they’ll update the model every few years.
How It All Started
Callaway’s first driver was the S2H2 in 1988, which stands for “short, straight, hollow hosel”.
The technology was originally developed for use in their irons set at the time, but quickly made it’s way over to the “woods” as well (yes, they still called the driver the 1 Wood back then).
A few short years later in 1991, the original Big Bertha was released! Also repping the S2H2 hosel.
They continued with Big Bertha upgrades through the years, including the Great Big Bertha in 1995, the Biggest Big Bertha in 1997. Callaway continued re-releasing the Big Bertha every few years and even has the current Big Bertha B21 which was released in 2020.
Other Brand’s Drivers By Year
Check out the list of each Ping driver by year here.
Check out the list of each TaylorMade driver by year here.
Check out the list of each Titleist driver by year here.
Check out the list of each Cobra driver by year here.
And check out the list of all the Callaway IRONS by year here.