Callaway Edge Vs Callaway Warbird Club Sets Review And Comparison 2021
Two of the lesser known full club sets released by golfing behemoth, Callaway.
The Edge are an excellent beginner to intermediate set that perform really well, although the set does come without a bag to carry the clubs.
The Callaway Warbird is a high performing for beginners and intermediates that comes at a pretty attractive prize point.
If you want a premium quality set of clubs from one of the best brands around, you could do a lot worse than the Callaway Warbird set.
It is a lesser known set but it is quite popular in it’s own right as the clubs offer tremendous performance and consistency to new comers and improvers.
We see the large driver head in the warbird set, back weighting that keeps the sweet spot large and a large thin steel face that promotes faster ball speeds.
Low- rear weighting continues in the wood and hybrid and you can expect to have the clubs you need to hit any shot required with the set.
The irons are perimeter weighted for forgiveness and you get a premium odyssey putter to complete an excellent set that can challenge the likes of the better known callaway clubs.
Callaway Edge Set Overview
You get more of the same with the Callaway Edge set which is available at Costco, is extremely popular and bizarrely, comes without a bag but in a box instead.
When you open the box and put these clubs to use, you realized that they are premium set of game improvement clubs.
These clubs are made with better quality than cheaper beginner sets and the result is enhanced performance.
If you have an old set with a bag already, the Callaway Edge can be a good option to give you game that instant injection that you have been craving.
Both sets are similar in terms of quality and performance, both catering to the average player. You get the same clubs in each set.
If you want to pay $1,200 you get the Edge with the fancy head covers and bag included but if you don’t need a bag, the Edge set is the better option to buy for $800.