When can I buy the Callaway Paradym driver?
The new range features three heads, the standard Paradym driver (opens in new tab), Paradym X (opens in new tab), and finally the Paradym Triple Diamond (opens in new tab) model. We have been lucky enough to thoroughly hit and review each of them but when exactly do they hit the shelves? The global in-store date is February 24th 2023 so be sure to mark this in your calendar if you're thinking of upgrading.
What to expect from the Callaway Paradym drivers
The main two things to expect from the new range is technology, and a change from the way Callaway usually does things in the head - a paradigm shift, if you will. This takes the form of a new 360-degree carbon chassis, comprising two types of carbon fiber that are bonded together. On the top, you have a triaxial carbon that creates a thin, lightweight, smooth and strong structure; on the bottom, a forged carbon, which consists of bundles of chopped fibers.
This means there is no metal on the center section of the club, which is not something the best Callaway drivers have ever had, so weight can be moved to more desirable areas within the clubhead. Additionally there is a new Jailbreak system that now forms a wishbone shape influenced by A.I. to make energy transfer at impact more efficient.
As we mentioned there are three heads to choose from, each of which should cater to different golfers. The standard model should suit the broadest range of players thanks to the highest MOI of the three heads. It also comes with a 15g adjustable weight at the perimeter, allowing players to fine-tune their shot shape. It’s the highest MOI model that will fit the broadest segment of player.
The Paradym X driver has a slightly larger footprint, offers extra draw bias and higher launch which will suit slightly slower swing speeds (opens in new tab), those with a more erratic strike pattern and who struggle with a slice. The Triple Diamond model is the most compact and lowest spinning model, for those faster swingers and more accomplished players.
- Read our Callaway Paradym driver review
- Read our Callaway Paradym X driver review
- Read our Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond driver review
How much does the Callaway Paradym driver cost?
With the implementation of new technologies and the ultra-premium looks set amongst a backdrop of increased materials, shipping and labour costs, it is no surprise to see the recommended retail price of the Paradym driver positioned at $599/£599. This will likely be right at the top end of the driver price spectrum in 2023, however you'll likely be able to get your hands on the Paradym driver for around $529/£529.
Where can I buy the Paradym driver?
So the driver is not on sale currently but from our experience there are a number of retailers to keep an eye on because they have good pre-order capabilities. For example in the US, Dick's Sporting Goods or Golf Galaxy are two good options, whereas in the UK, Scottsdale Golf is another solid retailer.
What is the stock shaft in the Paradym driver?
There are a number of stock shafts available with the Paradym drivers and these are: MCA Aldila Ascent PL Blue, Project X HZRDUS Silver, Project X HZRDUS Black, Mitsubishi Chemical Kai'Li White.
When will the Callaway Paradym drivers be released?
All three drivers will be available from 24th February 2023 worldwide.
How much will the Callaway Paradym drivers cost?
In the US and UK they will have a recommended retail price of $599 in the US, £599 in the UK and €649 in Europe.
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