Callaway uses state-of-the-art technology to create top-of-the-line golf products. In 2010, the company joined forces with Lamborghini to create a forged composite material that is said to be lighter and stronger than the titanium materials used in golf clubs previously. Each club is assigned a serial number, which can be registered with the company so users can receive specialised customer service help and tracking of their Callaway purchases in one easy location. When a club is registered on the Callaway website, the owner is also entered into company-sponsored giveaways.
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Things you need
- Callaway golf clubs
- Internet access
Go to the Callaway Golf website at callawaygolf.com/Global.html.
Click the link in the top right corner of the Callaway webpage titled "product registration." This will open a pop-up webpage where you enter your personal information.
Enter your personal information into the product registration online form. This information includes your e-mail address, name, address, telephone number, gender and date of birth. A few personal questions are also asked in reference to your golf game. These include questions about your dexterity, golf handicap, number of rounds you play and the amount you spend on golf-related purchases each year.
Select which product type you would like to register with Callaway. In this case, select "clubs" to register Callaway golf clubs. Choose which type of club you would like to register. You can select from drivers, fairway woods, hybrids, irons, wedges, putters and junior sets.
Choose the model of the Callaway golf product that you would like to register as well as the dexterity orientation of the club along with any other identifiers requested.
Enter the serial number that is engraved on the head of your Callaway golf club and click on the orange "register" button to complete your Callaway golf club registration.
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