Testers Wanted: Callaway Ai Smoke Drivers
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Testers Wanted: Callaway Ai Smoke Drivers

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Testers Wanted: Callaway Ai Smoke Drivers

Coming off an impressive performance in MyGolfSpy’s Best Driver of 2024 testing, we just had to get these drivers into the hands of our member testing community.

The Callaway Paradym Ai Smoke Triple Diamond took home second place in the overall standings and the Callaway Paradym Ai Smoke D managed third place, awarded Best for Distance.

Callaway is no stranger to performing well in Most Wanted testing but this year’s performance is especially impressive, considering a total of 37 drivers were part of the testing, the most ever in Most Wanted history.

About the Callaway Paradym Ai Smoke Series:

(Editor’s Note: While the rest of the world calls artificial intelligence “AI,” for some reason Callaway insists on a lower-case “i”.)

The second generation of Paradym added a new AI-optimized face which Callaway calls “micro deflections”, aiding downrange accuracy. The Carbon Chassis is also 15-percent lighter than the original, helping redistribute weight into other areas, thus making the series more forgiving. The Paradym Ai Smoke series is also the first in several generations not to include Jailbreak.

There are three core models in the Paradym Ai Smoke family: Max, Max D, Triple Diamond.

The Max is the standard model and offers the most adjustability with a sliding weight at the back and an adjustable hosel.

The Max D is a draw-bias driver with maximum forgiveness. It lacks movable weights but is adjustable through the Callaway Optifit hosel.

The Triple Diamond is the low-spinning option, featuring adjustable front and back weights for spin optimization. It also includes a smaller profile for those who prefer that in a driver head.

What Is Being Tested?

We are looking for five golfers to test, review and keep a Callaway Paradym Ai Smoke driver. Then we will select two for the Triple Diamond version, two for the Max D and a final tester for the Max.

We want to know how these drivers perform in your hands and their real-world performance. Are they more forgiving than their predecessor? Are they longer? Will they make it into your bag after testing?

Does this sound like a test you would be perfect for?

SIGN UP HERE!

*Must be a MyGolfSpy Forum member to be selected.

*This testing opportunity is open to all golfers in North America.

*Registration closes April 16.

*Testers will be announced on the Forum on April 23.

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Jamie Danbrook

Jamie Danbrook

Jamie Danbrook

Jamie is the MyGolfSpy Forum Director. A Canadian living in Switzerland can often be found posting on the forum under the username GolfSpy_APH. When not on the forum he can be found on the course, or with his wife, two kids and three dogs hiking and exploring. He prides himself in being a lefty golfer and is still in search of his elusive first hole in one.

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      Fernand Duchesne

      1 month ago

      I am so much in the need for a new driver especially this sought after AI from Callaway. I am 11 hdcp, I play a stiff lightweight 55 grams, shaft and I can’t wait to give my opinion on all aspects of the performances given by this club head, the ball flight the trajectories, the sound, the feel, in many weather conditions, so I’m in for a futur feedback on your forum.. Thanks for this opportunities..

      Reply

      Daniel Grossman

      1 month ago

      Hello, my name is Daniel Grossman and I take interest in becoming a tester for the new Paradym AI Smoke for you guys over at MyGolfSpy. If this could be made possible it would be heavily appreciated.

      Best and thank you,
      Daniel

      Reply

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