Callaway Warbird Golf Club Set Review 2021
Buying a beginner set of golf clubs comes with it’s fair share of pitfalls. You don’t want to go too cheap and get a set that doesn’t last a single season.
On the other hand, you don’t want to overspend on a bunch of features you don’t need as a beginner.
If you are in the market for a good beginner’s set of golf clubs allow us to demystify one of the most popular sets on the market: the Callaway Warbird set.
“The Callaway Warbird golf club set is perfect for the casual golfer or any high handicappers looking to lower their score”
The Callaway Warbird golf club set includes a driver, a 3 wood, a 3 hybrid, irons 4-9, a sand wedge, pitching wedge and a putter.
Your purchase will also include a premium cart bag with top divider to secure all the clubs in the set. There are also head covers for the woods and putter. This is a good package for the price point of this set which, is about $300.
Our initial reaction to this set was that it would provide a good foundation for players just starting with the game. The driver is a very generous 460CC set to 10.5 degrees.
The 3 wood is perimeter weighted which, is nice because it increases the MOI of the club and enhances forgiveness.
The 3 hybrid is nice and lightweight with a graphite shaft. It provides good gapping between your woods and irons.
The irons are very forgiving with their pronounced offset and cavity backs. You get great distance from the long irons especially.
The putter is perhaps the most impressive club in a set this affordable. It allows for spot-on accuracy and roll control.
“Our overall assessment of the Callaway Warbirds is that they will fit the bill for beginners but won’t offer much for mid to low handicappers.”