How to Register Callaway Golf Clubs

By William McCoy
Register your new Callaway clubs.
Register your new Callaway clubs.

Although your first instinct upon buying a new set of Callaway golf clubs might be to race to a course or driving range to test them out, it's always important to register them soon after purchase. Not only does registering the clubs qualify you for any eventual warranty claims, but also it's an effective way for Callaway to contact you with product information if you wish.

Visit the Callaway website and click on the "Product Registration" link on the top right corner of the screen. If you have a pop-up blocker installed, temporarily deactivate it.

Fill out the required spaces in the pop-up window by providing your email address, name, mailing address, gender, year of birth and dexterity. Enter your handicap, frequency of play and the amount of money you spend annually on golf-related purchases. Your phone number is not required, but you can enter it if desired.

Note the box next to the message indicating if you want to receive product information, promotions and other correspondence from Callaway. By default, the box is checked, so uncheck it if you're not interested. Review the form for accuracy and press the "Submit" button.

Click the name of the product that you wish to register; if registering clubs, click "Clubs." Click the box that describes the product you purchased, such as "Drivers" or "Irons." Select the exact model of your new product, click whether it's left- or right-handed and provide additional details. For example, if you are registering a driver, enter the loft and shaft specifications. Finally, enter the serial number and press "Register." If you have multiple Callaway products to register, click "Register Additional Products" and fill in the necessary information.

About the Author

Toronto-based journalist William McCoy has been writing since 1997, specializing in topics such as sports, nutrition and health. He serves as the Studio's sports and recreation section expert. McCoy is a journalism graduate of Ryerson University.

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