Please note: This set is different than the Callaway “Big Bertha” REVA golf clubs for women. This is the REVA complete set. No Big Bertha here, as far as I can tell. Different clubs all together.
Let’s be straight about this: The Callaway REVA 11-piece complete set for women is an INSANELY high quality complete set of clubs – from driver all the way down to the putter. Take the most expensive Callaway golf clubs on the market (driver, woods, hybrids, irons. wedge, putter) and put the REVA logos on there and throw it in a high quality bag… that’s what this set is composed of.
The first thing to mention with the Callaway REVA line of clubs is that you will get not only the driver, but also a fairway wood, hybrids, irons, wedges, and putter.
These clubs looks slick in their appearance. They have designed these clubs with women in mind from the very start.
These clubs come with lightweight shafts which, according to Callaway, means you have increased speed through the swing. They do certainly feel more comfortable while they aren’t too bottom heavy either thanks to the weight distribution and center of gravity.
For performance, there are a few main areas to focus on when it comes to the Callaway REVA golf clubs for women.
Callaway has also come out and stated that the driver in this set has a higher MOI (moment of inertia) than other drivers. This is cool as it means there’s less twisting of the driver head throughout the swing and strike. Ultimately, it leads to longer, straighter drives on a more consistent basis.
Turning to the fairway woods, the Callaway REVA models have a larger head than normal while they also come with a shallower face. This provides a larger strike zone bringing with it a greater sense of control.
Then, there’s the hybrids in the range. They come in various loft angles which are also higher than a conventional iron. The offset of the club head is also larger than normal, and this results in the face being more square on at the point of impact. Thanks to this, you produce straighter shots than before.
Of course, we need to also talk about the performance of the irons. They come with a deeper center of gravity than other models, and the intention here is to make it easier for you to get the ball up off the ground. They also come with a tungsten core which provides a greater sense of stability in the club, so the concept here is that you should be able to hit accurate shots time and time again.
The putter is a #7 model Odyssey putter, which has great reviews and lots of forgiveness. It’s an easy-to-align mallet style putter. I really like the blue and silver design, too. It’s a personal favorite of mine, but everyone is a little different when it comes to putters.
What’s clear as you work through the various clubs in this set is that each grouping of clubs has been well thought out and developed with certain key features in mind. From a performance point of view, this set is seriously impressive.
Who it’s Best For
Here’s one of the cool things in connection to this Callaway REVA line, it’s pretty much suitable for all women of all abilities. It has the forgiveness that newer golfers need, but the distance and control that better golfers are looking for.
However, the price will most likely put this set out of the want lists for most golfers. It’s fair to say this set is great for someone with lots of money available to spend on clubs.
Better Value Alternative
The only real issue when it comes to the Callaway REVA set is that it’s not the cheapest out there. Of course, you know you are buying quality clubs since they are manufactured by Callaway, but not everybody wants to splash as much cash. However, you also don’t want to really dilute the advantages that these clubs are going to give you.
So, there’s a better value choice out on the market for 2020 if you are tight on money right now.
If you are newer to golf and still want a brand new set, then the Callaway Strata 11-piece set could suffice. Strata is simply an offset of Callaway’s brand anyway. The Strata set will not going to give you quite the same driving length and control as the Callaway REVA, but when you are starting out it’s all about getting comfortable with your swing and trying to hit the fairway. At this point, attempting to achieve longer drives shouldn’t be a factor.
This set is perfect for those with a higher handicap and can still offer significant distance with driving while also being very forgiving.
This Callaway REVA line of clubs for women is impressive. They look amazing. They are well-balanced with perfect weight distribution, and will certainly help cut some shots off your game. However, if you are worried about the price (and if you are new to golf) then our alternative is going to also produce some of the same results as REVA at a fraction of the price.
So, what do you think about Callaway REVA set? Do you feel drawn to this set because of the name it has built up over the decades? Give us your input below and share your views as to whether or not this is a set you would be interested in.
I have the Solaire half set. This has taken me from beginner to intermediate level. These have worked well for me but Im ready to upgrade & have more clubs in my bag. The new Reva seems a natural progression. Not sure on price. Maybe i can wait a bit & get them discounted!
Waiting a bit will always result in some price savings 🙂
That’s the benefit of always staying a couple of years behind new releases!
I’m 5’4″ and not sure sure whether I would need long, regular, or short length ?
Regular length should be fine! You can always choke down slightly for more control and a more natural feel (not too upright). Thanks!
Looking at the Reva 11 pc set. I’m 5’ 2” not sure whether to go with std or petite.
I just bought these and loved the way they felt trying them out! For those of you unsure on size, on the Callaway website it says standard is for height of 5’2″ – 5’7″ if that helps! I definitely am excited to use these!
I have had a beginner set of Callaway Solaire 8 piece that I got from Costco 6 years ago and it has been great for me, but now I’m ready to get a bigger, better set and I’m hitting the “buy” button today. I can’t wait to get them! I just hope that the transition from my old set will be seamless.
I played my first round with the 11 piece set. So much fun. After spending years using men’s hand-me-downs, I finally invested in a descent set of clubs. I’m 5’10” and went with the long version. First time incorporating hybrids! Crazy good.
Looking at the Reva 11 piece. I’m 5’2 and not whether to go with standard or short. Please advise.
Looking at the Reva 11 piece. I’m 5’2 and not sure whether to go with standard or short. Please advise.
Have played with the Callaway Solaire full set for 10 yrs and ready to upgrade. Am about ready to order the Reva full set and hope the newer technologies and lighter weights will help improve my game…last set I plan on purchasing.
Can you please tell me the difference between the Big Bertha Reva clubs and Callaway Reva sets.
Are the Big Berta Reva’s sold individually or can they be purchased as a set.
I purchased the 11 piece set of Reva. I absolutely love them. Best decision I ever made. Everything stated above is so true. I am 5’1 almost 5’2 I liked the standard when I tried them and don’t regret it.
I’m 5 71/2 would you recommend the regular or the longer version of the set?
I also wonder about the Big Bertha Reva set… does it come in a ladies set and is there a big difference between the 2?
I’m looking to upgrade my current Calloway set to gain more distance.. I would say I’m an intermediate player. Let’s just say I took golf up in my retirement.