The new club family from Callaway is called Paradym denoting a “paradigm shift” in the thinking about the interplay between distance and forgiveness. The drivers have a forged carbon fiber sole with a triaxial carbon crown plus a new design for the internal Jailbreak stiffener. There are three driver models each selling for $599.99 with the Paradym Triple Diamond having multiple PGA Tour Wins already this year.
Paradym irons are a hollow head construction filled with urethane microspheres and an AI-designed forged 455 face cup in what Callaway calls a Speed Frame. The regular Paradym model is for better players and with its 67g of tungsten plus strong lofts could properly be tagged as a distance iron. The Paradym X for recreational players uses 79g of tungsten inside and outside the head. Both models are priced at $200 per iron.