National Event Can Reveal If It Is Time for a Callaway Paradigm Shift

Golfers are always looking to the edge to help improve their games, and now you can get up and close and personal with the Callaway Paradigm clubs during an exclusive fitting event at Las Vegas National Golf Club April 27, 2023. Sign up now to get fit for the revolutionary driver from Callaway.

Callaway experts says the family of drivers, woods, irons and hybrids “break the the tradeoff between incredible distance and exceptional forgiveness.”

Research and Development has been underway for awhile at Callaway and it deserved a new name.

“It’s something completely different for us,” said Dave Neville, Callaway’s senior director for equipment.

There are three models in the driver family: Paradym (designed for the broadest group of golfers), Paradym X (draw biased), Paradym Triple Diamond (compact, lowest spinning, lowest launching, fade biased).


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Paradigm Tech

  • Industry-First 360° Carbon Chassis: Allows for “unprecedented weight redistribution for maximized distance.” The combination of the Triaxial Carbon Crown and Forged Carbon Sole are 45 percent lighter than a titanium chassis allowing weight to be pushed forward (promoting ball speed) and back (higher MOI) in the clubhead.
  • New Jailbreak A.I.: The latest iteration of A.I. designed Jailbreak is 33-percent lighter and provides both horizontal and torsional stability.
  • New A.I Designed Face: Focused on downrange dispersion, Paradym features an improved A.I. designed face.
  • Face Cup and Forged Titanium Face: The first Callaway driver to feature Face Cup technology, which is joined with a titanium face for improved energy transfer to the golf ball.

Now is your time to find out more and feel the Paradigm shift in your own hands. Again, sign up for the April 27 fitting event now.

Can’t make the event or already have your favorite clubs?

Be sure to tee it up at historic Las Vegas National Golf Club in the near future. The course has been the host of dozens of PGA Tour and LPGA Tour events and is located in the heart of Las Vegas.