Win a Callaway Paradym Ai Smoke driver and three dozen Chrome Tour balls, all fitted to your game!

We’ve teamed up with Callaway to give you the chance to win a custom-fitted Paradym Ai Smoke driver plus three dozen Chrome Tour or Chrome Tour X golf balls.   

We’re staging an exclusive event in the Callaway VIP room at The Belfry in Warwickshire on March 20 – – and we’re looking for six keen golfers to take part in the Callaway #SweetSpotChallenge

Callaway Paradym Ai Smoke Drivers

You’ll need to be free to get to the five-time Ryder Cup venue by 9am on Wednesday, March 20, and available to spend all day taking part in a driver and ball fitting with Callaway’s experts.

Callaway will give every participant a voucher after the day to receive their custom-fitted driver and three dozen Chrome Tour or Chrome Tour X Golf Balls (depending on which one they had better results with) as part of their #SpeedChallenge

Callaway have four drivers in their Paradym Ai Smoke line-up this year, each one designed by Ai and optimized using 250,000 real golfer swings. Callaway call it the Swing Code.

The four models are the Ai-Smoke Max, Ai Smoke Triple Diamond, Ai Smoke Max Fast and Ai Smoke Max D – read our reviews here.

Callaway Chrome Tour golf balls

You’ll also be fitted for the best Callaway Chrome Tour ball for your game – read our review of those here.

If you’d like to be considered for this exclusive opportunity, email with the subject line Callaway Competition and tell us:

  • Your name
  • Your handicap
  • Your current driver
  • Your current ball
  • Your mobile number

Winners will be contacted by 5.30pm on Friday, March 15, and will need to agree to appear in content about the driver and ball they’re fitted for on video, online, on social media and in print.

Good luck!

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About the author

Chris Jones is the editor of Today's Golfer.

Chris Jones
Today’s Golfer Editor

Chris Jones is the Editor of Today’s Golfer magazine, Britain’s biggest and best-selling golf magazine.

Chris worked in newspapers, and for Bird Watching and MCN before joining Today’s Golfer in 2005. He became the editor of Golf World in 2007, building its audience and enhancing its reputation throughout Europe, and also edited Golf Illustrated, a luxury coffee table magazine, before returning to edit Today’s Golfer in 2013.

In the years since, Chris has taken Today’s Golfer to new levels of success, maintaining its place at the top of Britain’s golf magazine sales and increasing market share over its rivals. In 2020 he oversaw the merging of the magazine with Golf World, placing particular emphasis on the revered Top 100 Courses and Resorts rankings.

You can get in touch with Chris here.

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