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Callaway Golf - Club Length Measurement Change

As of 01/01/20, Callaway Golf has changed and improved the way we measure club length for drivers, fairway woods, hybrids, irons and wedges. This change will increase the accuracy and consistency of our production and custom club builds.

Specifically, we have transitioned to a method commonly referred to as “ground plane”, using a proprietary digital gage modeled after the USGA’s measurement protocol. While there is no true industry standard, the ground plane method is preferred by many and is closest to a standard that there is.

The actual, physical lengths of all our products will not change, but the published lengths for some new clubs will, resulting in our drivers and fairway woods being listed about 1/8” to 1/4” longer than before. Published length changes to the hybrids, irons and wedges will be minimal. There are no changes to our putter lengths or putter measurement technique.

This change is first implemented on the new MAVRIK line of products and will continue with all future products. All prior Callaway Golf product lengths will still be listed using the previous measurement method. Any custom length orders, for MARVIK as well as previous models, should be based on their published club lengths.