Callaway Reva Ladies Golf Clubs Review 2021
Finding a good set of women’s golf clubs is tougher than it should be.
It seems like most manufacturers are focused on making lightweight clubs for women, but don’t consider the matter any further.
That’s not the case with Callaway. A great example of their intuitive and insightful design is the Callaway Reva women’s golf club set.
We are going to be taking a close look at this set in the following review so if you’re in the market for a good women’s set then read on.
Callaway Reva Overview
“The Callaway Reva women’s golf club set can help women of any skill level improve their game and enjoy the sport more thoroughly.”
The Callaway Reva women’s golf club set includes a driver, 3 wood, 5 hybrid, 6 hybrid, irons 7-9, pitching wedge, sand wedge and putter.
The Callaway Reva golf club set also includes a premium cart bag with oversized pockets and is available in blue and black. There are 5 head covers included as well. The complete set typically retails for about $1,300.
Our first take on the Callaway Reva women’s golf club set was that it was going to be very forgiving and we were right. These oversized clubs will inspire confidence in any player who picks them up.
The driver is set to 12.5 degrees of loft so you get decent launch angles out of it. More importantly though, it sports an oversized head that is very forgiving off the tee.
You only get one fairway wood in the Callaway Reva set but the center of gravity is placed low so again, you get high and easy launch out of it.
You get irons 7 through 9 in this set and they all feature a very deep cavity back. This helps increase forgiveness by enhancing the moment of inertia.
The Callaway Reva women’s golf club set comes with a pitching wedge and a sand wedge. The pitching wedge has a swing weight of C6 and the sand wedge is C7.
The putter has easy to see alignment markers and produces very consistent putts thank in part to the Stroke Lab shaft.
“The Callaway Reva women’s golf club set would fit a wide variety of play styles and skill levels.”