List Of All Callaway Iron Models by Year Released
Callaway Irons by Year Table:
|Year Released||Callaway Iron Model|
|2022||Rogue ST Max|
|Rogue ST Max OS|
|Rogue ST Max OS Lite|
|Rogue ST Pro|
|Epic MAX Star|
|Apex Pro 21|
|Apex DCB 21|
|Apex TCB 21|
|Big Bertha B21|
|Epic Forged Star|
|Apex Smoke 19|
|Apex Pro 19|
|Apex Pro Smoke 19|
|2017||GBB Epic Star|
GBB Epic Pro
|2016||Big Bertha OS|
|Steelhead XR Pro|
|2015||Apex CF 16|
|Apex CF 16 Black|
|Apex Pro 16|
|X2 Hot Pro|
X Hot Pro
|2012||RAZR X HL|
RAZR X Black
Razr X Tour
Razr X Forged
|2006||Fusion Wide Sole|
|2004||Big Bertha Fusion|
X-18 Pro Series
Steelhead X-16 Pro
Hawkeye VFT Titanium
|1998||Big Bertha Gold|
Big Bertha Ti Tungsten
Big Bertha X-12
|1997||Big Bertha Gold|
|1996||Big Bertha ‘96|
|1994||Big Bertha ‘94|
|1992||Bobby Jones Blades|
Callaway Irons Over the Last 5 Years
Callaway has really made a name at the top when it comes to drivers and fairway woods, but they are no slouch in the irons department either. With the 2022 releases of the Rogue ST line, Callaway offers iron options for all comers. Pro for lower handicap, Max for mid, OS for high handicappers, and OS Lite for seniors.
2021 brought in new interactions of the high performance Apex series. The Apex lineup is geared towards low handicap and Tour players. Top pros like John Rahm and Xander Schauffele choose Apex irons for the consistency and workability.
Before 2021, Callaway alternately released a pro/tour line and a line for multiple golfers. In 2020 the releases of Marik and Big Bertha 21 offered a wide range of iron styles to suit many playing types.
2019 saw renewed Apex irons and forged options for lower handicap players. This Apex line introduced a club face that enhanced springiness across the face, making it longer than ever before.
2018 and 2017 released irons sets of the same name and styling as the metal woods for those years. 2018 the Rogue lineup, and 2017 the GBB (Great Big Bertha) Epic line. The GBB Epic line was a game changer for higher handicap players.
Callaway Big Bertha Irons by Year
Big Bertha started as a driver model, but the name quickly followed with irons. The name Big Bertha was taken from a German World War I howitzer, which received the nickname for its enormous size and power….
The perfect name for this series because they are indeed large and long. Perfect for higher handicap players.
The first Big Bertha irons were released in 1994, and featured a large face and large sweet spot. In 1997 Big Bertha irons featured tungsten and titanium for added distance.
From the early 2000s to current, the Big Bertha series has had a new release every two years. Each time promising more distance and forgiveness than prior models.
Callaway Irons History
Callaway began their venture into golf clubs, irons in particular, in the late 80s. In 1988 releasing their S2H2 (short, straight, hollow hosel) technology. The irons were a hit, and Callaway doubled their sales.
With the aid of key tour professional staff players, Callaway became the number one seller of irons and woods in 1995. Since then, Callaway has stayed at the forefront of club making technology.
Introducing tungsten, titanium, variable face thickness, and computer simulation in their iron making process has produced the longest and most forgiving iron options offered.
How Often Does Callaway Release New Irons
Callaway has an alternate release method it has followed for the better part of two decades. Releasing, every other year, a players series and then a game improvement series. Big Bertha has also gotten a two year release since its inception in 1994.
Callaway finds itself as one of the top manufacturers in the golf business, and the first to use machine forging and computer simulation to make advancements in club making.
This innovation has kept Callaway as one of the best since its rebranding in 1988, continually increasing sales year after year.
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