The Callaway Paradym drivers range are new for 2023 with three models in the series featuring a 360 degree carbon chassis for the first time.
The range features the Paradym, Paradym X and Paradym Triple Diamond drivers in a comprehensive list of options. The Triple Diamond S and Max Fast have not been released after hitting the Conforming List.
The Paradym range is the first 360 degree carbon chassis, while weight savings have also been made in the Artificial Intelligence Jailbreak Speed Frame while the Forged Titanium face has been optimized further.
What Callaway says about the Paradym drivers:
“To create a new paradigm for golfers, we’ve reimagined how a driver is built from the ground up. This is a complete shift in performance, with a design that radically breaks the tradeoff between incredible distance and exceptional forgiveness.
“The Paradym Shift Construction features an industry-first 360 Carbon Chassis that eliminates titanium from the body, so we can push weight and stability to the limit.
“The 360° Carbon Chassis removes all titanium from the body by combining a Triaxial Carbon crown and Callaway’s proprietary Forged Carbon sole.
“This results in a body that’s 44% lighter than an all-titanium body. This massive weight savings is repositioned both forward to enhance ball speed, and toward the back of the clubhead for increased forgiveness.
Our new A.I. designed Jailbreak system is 33% lighter than its predecessor, enhancing stability and ball speeds. Jailbreak A.I. is designed to increase stiffness in the body for more face flex and higher ball speeds.
“The new A.I. designed face is optimized to increase ball speeds, enhance launch, and now downrange dispersion. Experience a more consistent shot pattern with the world’s most advanced driver face designed by A.I.”
Callaway Paradym Driver Specs & Design
The Paradym driver is the standard model of the options and features a blue carbon crown in a move away from black and grey for Callaway.
This driver is designed to suit golfers of all abilities with the design producing a high launch and low spin ball flight for distance and forgiveness.
There is a carbon crown and sole for the first time in a Callaway driver for a 360 degree carbon chassis design.
The combination of the Triaxial Carbon crown and Forged Carbon sole has created a 44% lighter club head, weight to be repositioned, a higher MOI and more forgiveness.
The Jailbreak system has been improve and made 33% lighter, without lessening any of the stability that Callaway drivers have been known for.
The forged TI face and Flash Face Technology has been reengineered to provide faster ball speed and more consistency from across the face.
The Paradym driver also features a 15g sliding weight at the back of the club head which can be set to draw, fade or neutral bias.
The Paradym is available in 9 degrees, 10.5 and 12 degrees lofts and a fully adjustable hosel.
Callaway Paradym X Driver Specs & Design
The Paradym X driver differs slightly from the standard model with this version having no front weight and no adjustable rear weight.
This model is described as the players’ driver with a high launch, high MOI and an extremely forgiving shape – all with a slight draw bias.
Instead the X model has a fixed rear 5g weight port in the back of this driver to produce a high trajectory off the face and more forgiveness than the Paradym.
The Paradym X also features the 360 degree Triaxial Carbon crown and Forged Carbon sole, AI Jailbreak Speed Frame, a forged TI face and an adjustable hosel.
The Paradym X is available in 9 degrees, 10.5 degrees and 12 degrees lofts.
Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond Driver Specs & Design
After the successful inclusion of the Triple Diamond model in the Rogue ST range, Callaway have also included one in the Paradym series too.
The Paradym Triple Diamond driver is slightly smaller than the other two models with a more compact 450cc club head.
It is suited to better golfers looking for ultimate workability from a driver, and is the lowest launching and lowest spinning of the options.
It features an interchangeable front weight behind the face and, like the Paradym model, a 14g sliding back weight that can be set to draw, fade or neutral.
Like the other drivers, this model features the 360 degree Triaxial Carbon crown and Forged Carbon sole, AI Jailbreak Speed Frame, a forged TI face and an adjustable hosel.
The Paradym Triple Diamond is available in 8 degrees, 9 degrees and 10.5 degrees lofts.
Verdict: Are the Callaway Paradym drivers any good?
The Paradym is Callaway’s new offering for 2023 and they have certainly come up with a complete range of options across the three models.
It will be interesting to see where each of them sit in terms of the market and how much they can improve on the Rogue ST drivers.
With a spring launch likely we will eagerly away the performance gains of these drivers, but they certainly look the part from first impressions.
What is the Callaway Paradym drivers release dates?
The drivers were unveiled in January 2023 with a Spring launch for retail expected.
How much do the 2023 Callaway Paradym drivers cost?
The cost of the new drivers has yet to be revealed but will be upwards of £450 / $600.
What are the Callaway Paradym driver specs?
The Paradym and Paradym X are available in 9 degrees, 10.5 and 12 degrees lofts, while the Paradym Triple Diamond is available in 8 degrees, 9 degrees and 10.5 degrees. The drivers are available with a choice of five separate shaft options.
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