Callaway Strata Vs Wilson Deep Red Review And Comparison 2021
The Callaway Strata have long held the title of best beginner set on the market while The Wilson Deep Red have come to bring them some real competition in the market.
Callaway Strata Overview
The Callaway Strata set is certainly made for beginner players with the large club heads and even larger sweet spots promoting distance and forgiveness for those who are new to the game or striving for the next level.
The driver is characterized by its large 460cc titanium head and that it sports a large sweet spot. The 10.5 degrees of loft and these clubs are aimed at the average swing speed.
The Driver, Hybrids and Woods have their weight low and in the back for high launching strikes from anywhere on the course.
The irons are steel shafted, have weighting in the heel and toe to stretch the sweet spots and the cavity backs are perfect by distance and forgiveness.
A visually aligned blade putter completes the party on this excellent club set which comes in a quality cart bag and with headcovers.
Wilson Deep Red
There is no doubt that the Wilson Deep Red set is a good option for beginners, incredibly well priced and the quality is also good.
In the set, you get a good blend of Driver, 1 Wood, 1 Hybrid, 5 – 9 irons, PW, SW and a blade putter.
The clubs are of a similar composition to the Strata, The Driver has a large 460cc head and a large sweet spot.
The Hybrid and Woods have low and deep weighting for long, high launching shots from the fairway.
The irons have deep cavities, thick soles, deep undercuts and perimeter weighting that beginners are going to need to play the game consistently well.
A quality stand bag and headcovers completes this excellent value set.
For us, the Strata set offers more forgiveness, performance and durability and the 16 piece set is an excellent option in our opinion. Wilson also offers a set that is 1″ longer so might be a good option for taller players.