TOUR Domination: Callaway Drivers Have Won 7 Weeks In A Row

In the latest example of Callaway crushing it on Tour, our new drivers have won 7 weeks in a row, including 2 majors and victories on 4 different Tours, and in 3 different countries. Here’s how it’s happened.

Lydia Ko (Kia Classic, March 27th) – In her 2nd week with XR16 Pro in the bag, Lydia hits all 14 fairways on Saturday and birdies the final 3 holes on Sunday to slam the door on a 4-shot win.

Lydia Ko (ANA Inspiration, April 3rd) – With a birdie on the 72nd hole, Lydia makes it back-to-back wins with her 2nd consecutive major championship. And she capped it off with a perfect dive into Poppie’s Pond.

Danny Willett (Augusta, April 10th) – A major champion is born with XR 16 in the bag, as Callaway staffer Danny Willett shoots a legendary final round 67 and wins at Augusta just a week after the birth of his first child. He pointed to the driver as one of the key clubs that helped him win it all.

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Branden Grace (The Heritage, April 17th) – On the 72nd hole, Grace trusts his XR 16 Sub Zero and absolutely rips a 312-yard bomb down the left side of the fairway. It’s the longest drive on that hole all week…by OVER 10 YARDS.

Wes Bryan (Mexico Open, April 24th) – With our Callaway social media manager, Chad Coleman on his bag, Wes Bryan uses a Great Big Bertha Driver in his 2nd Tour win of the year. Wes is now #1 on the money list and has locked up his Tour card for next year.

Brian Stuard (Zurich Classic, May 2nd) – Stuard relies on his Great Big Bertha Driver and overcomes the rainy conditions and a 3-man playoff with a walkoff birdie in New Orleans.

Great Big Bertha (Trophee Hassan II, May 9th) – A Great Big Bertha moves the streak to SEVEN in a row thanks to a playoff win on the European Tour.

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