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  • SDSU Alumni Xander Schauffele announced his partnership with Callaway Golf. Schauffele’s first two starts of 2018 were at the Sentry Tournament of Champions and this week’s Sony Open. Much like Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, and Daniel Berger, Xander belongs to the graduating high school class of 2011. Schauffele is the first to win the Tour Championship in Eastlake during his first year on the PGA Tour. A win at the Greenbrier Classic and the Tour Championship is what led him to earning PGA Tour Rookie of the year 2017. This kid will be winning a lot more in the future. […]

    Xander Schauffele WITB 2018 @ Hawaii (Callaway Rogue Driver)

    SDSU Alumni Xander Schauffele announced his partnership with Callaway Golf. Schauffele’s first two starts of 2018 were at the Sentry Tournament of Champions and this week’s Sony Open. Much like Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, and Daniel Berger, Xander belongs to the graduating high school class of 2011. Schauffele is the first to win the Tour Championship in Eastlake during his first year on the PGA Tour. A win at the Greenbrier Classic and the Tour Championship is what led him to earning PGA Tour Rookie of the year 2017. This kid will be winning a lot more in the future. […]

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  • The 2017 Callaway Epic and Epic Subzero had ground breaking technology. The Jailbreak bars increased customers ball speed on average by 3 mph which translates to about 10 yards. The titanium bars behind the face really do provide better energy transfer. Distance is great, but I noticed that the Callaway Epic drivers were not forgiving. In order to get a good shot out of it, you have to had hit the ball between the two titanium bars. If you didn’t, then you were left with a rinky-dink shot. When our Callaway┬áRep stopped by with the new drivers, I was happy […]

    Callaway’s Rogue and Rogue Subzero NEW for 2018

    The 2017 Callaway Epic and Epic Subzero had ground breaking technology. The Jailbreak bars increased customers ball speed on average by 3 mph which translates to about 10 yards. The titanium bars behind the face really do provide better energy transfer. Distance is great, but I noticed that the Callaway Epic drivers were not forgiving. In order to get a good shot out of it, you have to had hit the ball between the two titanium bars. If you didn’t, then you were left with a rinky-dink shot. When our Callaway┬áRep stopped by with the new drivers, I was happy […]

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