Callaway is taking the best performance technologies from its Paradym lineup and offering it in an easy-to-swing package aimed at moderate-swing-speed golfers with the Paradym Star lineup.
Paradym Star drivers, fairways, hybrids and irons are powerful and lightweight, designed to fit older, game-improvement players seeking the distance and performance enhancements of the breakthrough Paradym model. Every facet is engineered with consistently high launch and easy distance in mind.
The Paradym Star driver ($700) has an overall club weight that is 38 grams lighter than the Paradym driver, using its 360-degree Carbon Chassis paired with premium ultra-lightweight components to help generate even more swing power.
“We have the weight right where we want it: low/forward in the face for spin and speed, and rearward for forgiveness,” said Brian Williams, Callaway’s vice president of R&D. “It’s a very forgiving, very long driver.”
The same goes for the Star fairways ($400), which have adapted its best speed techs, such as Jailbreak with Batwing technology, and combined them with premium lightweight components to come in 28 grams lighter than the original models.
The Paradym Star hybrids ($350) are 33 grams lighter and engineered with more loft and more upright lie angles to result in a high launch with draw bias to promote straight distance.
The Star irons ($1,500 for six-piece set) combined a Forged 455 face with the all-new Speed Frame to get the best of speed and feel, with a lightweight shaft and grip. The irons are engineered with more loft and quarter-inch longer club lengths than Paradym irons, and the tungsten weighting is set low to generate high launch and more distance.
“It’s a different shape than we have anywhere else in the lineup,” said Dave Neville, senior director of brand equipment. “You’ll see the 33 grams lighter as well.”
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