Callaway “15th Club” Golf Ball Retriever

April 20, 2017 - Comment

The Callaway 15th Club Ball Retriever is constructed from stainless steel and features an ergonomic sure-grip handle. The high-quality aluminum alloy telescopes up to 15 feet and will not bend when fully extended. The retriever retracts to 45″ inches long when not in use, and comes complete with an innovative dual zip headcover which helps

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The Callaway 15th Club Ball Retriever is constructed from stainless steel and features an ergonomic sure-grip handle. The high-quality aluminum alloy telescopes up to 15 feet and will not bend when fully extended. The retriever retracts to 45″ inches long when not in use, and comes complete with an innovative dual zip headcover which helps “disguise” it as simply another club in your bag. This is the last retriever you’ll ever need, and will pay for itself in one season if not sooner (depending on your propensity to recover “lost” golf balls).

Product Features

  • 45″ retracted – extends to 15′
  • Ergonomic sure-grip handle
  • Stainless steel retriever mechanism picks up balls in a snap
  • High quality aluminum alloy – will not bend when fully extended
  • Comes with a dual zip headcover-looks like another club in your bag

Comments

Grant R. Meyer says:

Pays for itself in no time!

Customer Video Review Length:: 0:03 Mins Wow. This thing is amazing! I’ve used all different kinds of ball retrievers in the past, and this is unlike anything I’ve ever tried. I’ve had balls 3/4 of the way buried in mud and you can push the retriever down on top of the ball and it gets it basically every time. Even if you push it down into the mud, it will still haul it out.I did a quick experiment to see how far away I could be from a ball, and when I did it inside on flat ground, my feet were 17 feet away from the ball I was able to pick up. That was a pretty comfortable reach too. I wasn’t over exerting myself to try to get more distance. The attached video shows how it works.

B. Johnson says:

Great retriever, but you should know one thing Great retriever, but you should know one thing. This retriever works on the principle that you position the retriever loop over the ball and push down to trap it, then rake it in. The problem I have observed is that the retriever lops are attached to the end of the 15 foot pole using a black RUBBER housing. After repeated uses, where you push down to trap the ball, the end of the pole cuts through the rubber housing and makes the “head” “fall off.” 

James A. Wolfinger says:

Lost 3 Found 57 Retrieved 57 balls with this, it is very easy to use and looks great with the cover on it in your bag. I am a lousy golfer and take this with me when I look for my ball, so far I am ahead, lost 3 found 57, I am only including good balls found, I leave the lousy ones on the range or in the trash. They should make a trash picker upper also, I do not understand why some golfers throw their beer cans and food wrappers in the rough and woods when there are trash cans everywhere.

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