Callaway won the driver count this week on the PGA Tour at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. Our big win was led by the Rogue Driver (the #1 selling driver model in the U.S. this year, per Golf Datatech) and our innovative Jailbreak Technology, which stiffens the crown and sole. The stiffer body allows the face to take on more impact-load to promote faster ball speed.
Rogue Drivers have been on a roll following Marc Leishman’s win at the CIMB Classic and Sergio Garcia’s win in Spain. Callaway’s driver success on Tour also continued this week with yet another convincing driver count win on the LPGA Tour, and once again Rogue Sub Zero is the #1 driver model this week on the European Tour.
2018 has presented a number of milestone moments for our drivers on Tour. Here’s just a few more of our favorites from around the world:
On the LPGA, we’re dominating as the #1 driver brand week-in and week-out. And most weeks, more than 80% of the players who use our drivers are non-staffers who choose Callaway based on performance.
On the Champions Tour, we’ve won driver counts throughout the year (the first time that’s happened in 15 years). And most of those players are non-staffers as well.
On the European Tour, Rogue continues to be the #1 driver model, including at marquee events like the BMW PGA Championship and this week at the Nedbank Challenge.
It’s clear that the world’s best players are Going Rogue in a big way.