Callaway

Callaway - The Premium Golf Ball at Wallet-Saving Premier Pricing.

Whether its the Big Berthas', HX Diablos or the Speed Regime (SR) golf balls, Callaway's golf balls are instantly noticible in a crowd. Most golf balls use traditional shaped circular dimple-patterns however, Callaway, unlike most, have interlocking hexagons (that's six sides, for those of you who've forgotten your geometry). The company says those little hexagons give their balls more stability the air by way of creating a square flat hit against the club used to hit them. So what Callaway balls do Lost Golf Balls stock? All of them (or at least everything we can get our hands on) - The current list of availability: Speed Regime 1, Speed Regime 2, Speed Regime 3, Supersoft, Chrome Soft, Super Hot, Warbird, Hex Black and lots of others. If you havent used Callaway Golf Balls before, to put the quality and popularity into perspective, in February 1992, Callaway Golf went public on the New York Stock Exchange with a market capitalization of $250 million. By late 1997, it reached a market capitalization of over $3.0 billion. Also; for those who may have seen Callaway online or on TV you may have also noticed Callaway's high-profile endorsement deals with many professional golfers who play on the world's leading tours such as Arnold Palmer, Annika Sorenstam, and celebrities such as Justin Timberlake. After being endorsed by Callaway late in his career, Seve Ballesteros expressed his gratitude to Ely Callaway by giving him a vintage Rolex, one he had worn since he first signed with the watchmaker.