Monday, June 11, 2007

Looking for a gift for a golfer?

In the 1980s, Ely Callaway believed he could revolutionize the golf club industry. Playing since he was 10 years old, Callaway knew golfing, golf clubs and knew what was available on the market.

In 1997, Callaway's Great Big Bertha® Titanium Driver was the No. 1 driver in use on each of the five major golf tours. Professional golfers, like Jack Nicklaus, were using Callaway's drivers and irons. They were winning more than any of the competitors. The rest, as they say, is history.

Please visit The World of Golf, sponsor of this post, for all you need in Callaway golf equipment and Callaway golf clubs. Remember Father's Day is coming ...

1 comment:

Sharon said...

Thanks for this Callaway trip down memory lane. I've used the Big Bertha driver for a while, although lately I've been checking out Callaway's new FT-9 driver. It's supposedly their latest high-end, technologically-advanced club. On one hand I like it, and on the other, it's hard for me to not keep using an old favorite that works.


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