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- The clubface on my ERC II looks just like the clubface on any other driver I ever picked up, including my treasured Schwarzenegger Bertha. Of course, it could be my swing.
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The ERC Fusion driver is designed to help launch the ball on a high trajectory and it certainly does that, although with the correct shaft in you should get the tracjectory you desire. If you prefer a duller sound to the usual titanium 'ping' then you will like the Callaway ERC Fusion driver.
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CARLSBAD, CA., May 14, 2001 – Callaway Golf (NYSE: ELY) Staff Professional Dean Wilson won the Japan PGA Championship using a Big Bertha® ERC™ II Forged Titanium Driver and the “Rule 35”® golf ball yesterday. Wilson also used fairway woods, irons and a putter made by Callaway Golf in earning the second win of his career on the Japan Golf Tour. This marks the third victory for the ERC II Forged Titanium Driver this year, including two victories on the PGA European Tour.
Wilson outpaced the field by four shots at Queen's Hill Golf Club in Maebara, shooting a 3-under-par 281. The victory moves him to third on the Japan Golf Tour order of merit this season. Wilson used 12 Callaway Golf® clubs in his victory, including his ERC II Forged Titanium Driver, Steelhead Plus™ 4-wood, Steelhead® X-14® Pro Series Irons and an Odyssey® White Hot™ 5 Putter. Wilson used the “Rule 35” Firmfeel™ (red logo) ball.
Wilson was one of three top-10 finishers to use an ERC II Driver and the “Rule 35” ball at the Japan PGA Championship. The fifth-place finisher used an ERC II Driver and the “Rule 35” Firmfeel model, while Callaway Golf Staff Professional Kenichi Kuboya tied for ninth using the ERC II and the “Rule 35” Softfeel™ (blue logo) ball.
The Firmfeel model of the “Rule 35” ball was also used by Leonard Thompson to win the Enterprise Rent-A-Car Match Play Championship yesterday. Thompson upset Hale Irwin in the semifinals, then beat Vicente Fernandez in the finals, 2-up. Thompson played bogey-free golf over his final 41 holes for the third victory of his Senior PGA Tour career. Thompson was one of five top-10 finishers to use a “Rule 35” ball at the event.
The victories by Thompson and Wilson take the “Rule 35” victory total to 16 in 2001. Callaway Golf is the second-winningest ball manufacturer on the world's major professional tours this year.
Callaway Golf also monopolized the top of the leaderboard at the Electrolux USA Championship. The top three finishers at the LPGA Tour event all used drivers and fairway woods made by Callaway Golf. The hall-of-fame golfer who won the event used a Steelhead Plus Driver, along with Steelhead Plus 4- and 5-woods and a Big Bertha Steelhead 7-wood. The second- and third-place finishers each used Big Bertha Hawk Eye® VFT™ Pro Series Titanium Drivers and Steelhead Plus Fairway Woods – and “Rule 35” balls. Catriona Matthew finished second using the “Rule 35” Firmfeel ball, while Callaway Golf Staff Professional Annika Sorenstam continued her superb season by finishing third with the “Rule 35” Softfeel ball and 11 Callaway Golf clubs. Jackie Gallagher-Smith, Jill McGill and Wendy Doolan also carded top-10 finishes at the event using “Rule 35” Firmfeel balls.
The winner of the Benson and Hedges International Open also used a Callaway Golf titanium driver, giving Callaway Golf 25 driver victories on the world's five major tours combined this season – more than any other driver manufacturer. The ERC II Forged Titanium Driver also had an exceptional showing on the PGA European Tour, as 33 golfers at the Benson and Hedges International Open used ERC II Forged Titanium Drivers. Callaway Golf Staff Professionals accounted for only seven of the ERC II Drivers in play at the event, which means the other 26 golfers who used an ERC II did so without any financial incentive. The ERC II is the most-played driver model on the PGA European Tour this season, and Callaway Golf is the most-played driver brand on the PGA European Tour in 2001.
Callaway Golf Company makes and sells Big Bertha® Metal Woods and Irons, including Big Bertha ERC™ II Forged Titanium Drivers, Big Bertha Hawk Eye® VFT™ and Big Bertha Hawk Eye VFT Pro Series Titanium Drivers and Fairway Woods, Big Bertha Steelhead Plus™ Stainless Steel Drivers and Fairway Woods, Hawk Eye Tungsten Injected™ Titanium Irons, Steelhead™ X-14® and Steelhead X-14 Pro Series Stainless Steel Irons. Callaway Golf Company also makes and sells Odyssey® Putters, including White Hot®, TriHot™, and Dual Force® Putters. Callaway Golf Company makes and sells the Callaway Golf® “Rule 35”® Firmfeel™ and Softfeel™ golf balls, and the CB1™ Red and CB1 Blue golf balls. For more information about Callaway Golf Company, please visit our Web sites at www.callawaygolf.com, www.callawaygolfball.com and www.odysseygolf.com.
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CARLSBAD, CA, October 24, 2000 – Callaway Golf Company (NYSE:ELY) today introduced the new ERC™ II Forged Titanium Driver, a revolutionary breakthrough in golf club technology. The new ERC II Driver, which conforms with all R&A equipment regulations, is packed with exciting new design innovations to help golfers of all skill levels achieve unmatched distance, forgiveness and enjoyment.
“The ERC II Driver can give any golfer an even greater chance to enjoy extra distance off the tee – even if he or she strikes the ball even just fairly well,” said Ely Callaway, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Callaway Golf. “It is a much more forgiving driver than any we have ever made, and we believe that this exceptionally thin, very hot clubface combined with the very forgiving performance that is built into each ERC II Driver will greatly benefit golfers all over the world.”
Delivery of ERC II Drivers will begin in limited quantities to authorized Callaway Golf retailers worldwide no later than January 2001.
“Designing the ERC II was a dream experience,” said Richard C. Helmstetter, Senior Executive Vice President of Research and Development and Chief of New Products. “We had no restrictions, so we were able to think outside the box to accomplish our goal of making the energy transfer from club to ball as efficient as possible. This allows golfers to generate more ball speed without swinging harder, which leads to greater distance. We used a combination of advanced new computer design technology and hands-on research with golfers from around the world. As a result, we created some design elements that go beyond any previous driver designs. Feedback from the players who have tested this driver indicates that our efforts dramatically improved the performance all golfers can get expect to get from these drivers.”
The breakthrough performance delivered by the ERC II Forged Titanium Drivers comes from a combination of the most extensive application yet of Callaway Golf’s patented Variable Face Thickness (VFT) Technology and an innovative new clubhead production process. This technology was first used by Callaway Golf in the tour-proven Big Bertha® Steelhead Plus™ Stainless Steel Metal Woods and the original ERC Forged Titanium Driver. With VFT Technology, the thickness of the clubface tapers from thickest in an area near the center to thinnest around the perimeter. Callaway Golf’s engineers use this technology to make the energy transfer between ball and club more efficient. The result is better launch conditions, which help golfers of all skill levels achieve more distance and greater forgiveness.
The ERC II Forged Titanium Drivers feature an innovative five-part clubhead design: A forged face, hot-formed sole and crown, a precision weight chip and an internal suspended hosel. The forging process makes the titanium used in the face area stronger, allowing for extremely thin areas around the perimeter and the most extreme application of VFT Technology. This allows golfers to generate more ball speed without swinging harder, and it also improves forgiveness on off-center hits. The unique Cup Face Design further enhances the effectiveness of VFT Technology by moving the weld areas between the face and the sole and body farther away from the face, further reducing the face thickness around the perimeter of the clubface without compromising durability. The internal hosel moves weight away from the clubface, increasing the clubhead’s effective hitting area for greater forgiveness.
The 330cc ERC II Forged Titanium Drivers are approximately 11 percent larger than the original ERC Forged Titanium Drivers. The larger size increases the sweet spot and inspires greater visual confidence. The depth of the driver head has been made greater relative to its length, which increases the aspect ratio of the clubhead. This design feature, combined with internal weight chip in the rear of the clubhead, fine-tunes the center of gravity for a higher launch angle and lower spin. This “high launch-low spin” combination benefits all golfers by helping launch the ball on a penetrating trajectory for greater carry and roll.
The ERC II Forged Titanium Drivers also feature a new family of ultralight graphite shafts that are directly related to another design innovation. A thermoplastic shaft sleeve is bonded between the clubhead and shaft to absorb stress during impact. This technology was a key in the design of the new high-performance System 50 Ultralight graphite shafts that were designed especially for use with the ERC II Forged Titanium Drivers. These shafts provide lower torque with a lively feel, creating Tuned Performance between the shaft and clubhead. Each individual flex of the System 50 Ultralight shafts has a specific weight, length and design to match the driver head.
ERC II Forged Titanium Drivers are available in lofts from 8 to 12 degrees with System 50 ultralight graphite shafts in light, regular, firm and strong flexes in both right- and left-handed models.
Callaway Golf Company makes and sells Big Bertha® Metal Woods and Irons, including Big Bertha ERC™ II Forged Titanium Drivers, Big Bertha Hawk Eye® VFT™ Titanium Drivers and Fairway Woods, Great Big Bertha® Hawk Eye Titanium Drivers and Fairway Woods, Big Bertha Steelhead Plus™ Stainless Steel Drivers and Fairway Woods, Hawk Eye Tungsten Injected™ Titanium Irons, Steelhead™ X-14® and Steelhead X-14 Pro Series Stainless Steel Irons, and Bobby Jones® and Carlsbad Series™ Putters. Callaway Golf Company also makes and sells Odyssey® Putters, including White Hot™, TriHot™, and TriForce® Putters. Callaway Golf Ball Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Callaway Golf Company, makes and sells the Callaway Golf® Rule 35™ Firmfeel™ and Softfeel™ golf balls. For more information about Callaway Golf Company, please visit our Web sites at www.callawaygolf.com, www.callawaygolfball.com and www.odysseygolf.com.