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Sign up Closed: 2023 MGS Forum Test: Callaway Paradym Drivers

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Equipment Type: Drivers
Vendor: Callaway







Callaway Paradym Drivers


Callaway is known to pack a punch in the driver market with high performance models to suit all levels of golfer from PGA Major champions down to the recreational or new golfer.

They know what it takes to create a competitive selection of modules to suit your game so we have all three retail models of the Callaway Paradym drive family up for review!  Each of the Paradym drivers comes with key technologies and features that set it apart from the competition:

An industry-first 360 Carbon Chassis eliminates titanium from the body, so engineers can push weight
and stability to the limit.  This massive weight savings is repositioned both forward which is designed to enhance
ball speed, and toward the back of the clubhead is designed to increase forgiveness.

The Company’s A.I.-designed Jailbreak system enhances stability for faster ball speeds, while an all-new
A.I. face optimization enhances speed, launch, spin, and now downrange dispersion. Paradym is the first
driver to utilize Callaway’s face cup technology. 

Three models are available: Paradym is suited to a wide range of players, with Callaway’s best
combination of distance, forgiveness, and adjustability. Paradym X is best suited for players who want
exceptional forgiveness and a slight draw bias, and Paradym Triple Diamond is ideally suited for better
players who want to work the ball.

Are you ready to make the Paradym Shift?


For this test we are looking for 4 MGS Forum Members to test the Paradym Drivers!

Paradym - 2 Testers
Paradym X - 1 Tester
Paradym Triple Diamond - 1 Tester

This Test is open to all US Forum Members! 


New to the Forum? Interested in how we select our testers and want to increase your opportunity at being selected in this or future tests? READ MORE HERE!


My bag contains Callaway hybrids #8, #7, #6, #5, #4 and I have a #3 that goes in & out of my bag depending on the course I play. My drivers rotate from Cleveland, Ping & Speed System and I'd love to find a driver that will love me back so I can retire C, P & SS. Please pick me for the X.

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This would be such a great club to test! I hit some shots with the Triple Diamond a few weeks back at the store and it was smooth and long. I really liked the feel of it and would really love to put it through the daily grind and see how it performs. Fingers crossed big time on this one!!! Good luck to everyone here!

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I was fitted for the first generation Rogue in 2018.  Shaft is an Accra FX 2.0 370 M4 which is a stiff shaft with low trajectory.  This combo works great for me.

I would love to test the Paradym X head with my current shaft.  I would be able to use the same settings as I use on my Rogue and have a great comparison being the only variable would be the head.

Thank you for your consideration.



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Haven't played a Callaway driver in quite a few years but the last two drivers before my current gamer were Callaway. Reading lots of good things about the Paradigm driver. 

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Based on photos I can never tell if I like the swirled blue look of the club head or not.  Sometimes it looks great, others not so much.  Wouldn't mind letting it grow on me though....

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Wow great opportunity.  With some fittings earlier this year it was neck and neck between the Triple Diamond and Ping 430 LST. These are great drivers but Paradym had me keep coming back to it.

Good luck to everyone. 

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Back in the day I used to love Callaway, fell out of love with them for years. Went to Titleist and never looked back. 
But this year they have surprised me with this new collection. 
It’s a tough decision to change over because of the looks of a driver and it does look amazing, maybe I’ll get picked to test it and that will change my mind. But looks alone isn’t the reason to change, performance will always beat out looks. 
Maybe it will perform better than my current driver, testing will shed some light on it I’m guessing. 

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The downside of living on the west coast is walking up to post on this thread and it already being five pages deep!! 

i hit this in a fitting and absolutely LOVED it - it got squeaked by the TSR-2, but I’d have loved to try the X which wasn’t in stock at the time. 

Eager to see how the testers like them!!

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Would love the opportunity to do the “5 years later = better or not test” that most members clamor about. Currently using a custom fit Callaway Epic Flash so I’m right at that limit.

I’m rocking a 9 degree stepped up to 10 (N +1 on the adapter setting) a with a 44” HZRDUS smoke 6.0 70g shaft.

Compared to my around 5 handicap, Arccos has me at +0.6 SG (+0.7 distance, +0.9 accuracy, -1.1 penalties (stupid water!!!).

I average 248 off the tee and hit 65% of fairways, but would love to see if the new tech would get me over 250 (dare I say 260) and still keep me in play.

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Callaway makes some killer low spin drivers, those out there that struggle with balloons should want to try these out and put in the work for a good forum review.

Pure awesomesauce that MGS and Callaway were able to team up for a 2nd Paradym test this year. 

Only thing to make this test opportunity better would be for a it to include a fitting in the Tour Van right before 18 holes with Rahm.

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Looking forward to seeing these tests and the thoughts of the lucky ones chosen.  

I dont change drivers much because I have mine dialed in but am thinking that I am a few generations late on the new technology.


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Would love to see how this stacks up against my epic flash. We all know there is performance gains each year, however, your average golfer isn’t going to be upgrading their driver each year. Wonder if testing against a model a few years older would give an ideal window for driver upgrading. 

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This is awesome! Even if not selected it’s just freaking cool to see all these testings to get input from all ranges of golfers! Good luck all!!!

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