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    Callaway Golf Company

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    Callaway Golf Company I. Industry and Competitive Analysis Callaway Golf Company is the leader in the golf equipment industry. Its founder, Ely Callaway, is an outstanding businessman, who made among others a winery a $14 million business where nobody would have even tried. His strategy always paid off, which is to provide best quality at a reasonable price (focused differentiation strategy). His last enterprise, the golf equipment business, portrays his outstanding managerial abilities and

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    callaway golf co.

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    Callaway Golf Co. In 1982, Ely Reeves Callaway had bought his small wedge and putter golf business and called it Hickory Stick USA and created clubs that were enjoyable for the average golfer. He called these clubs the Demonstrably Superior and Pleasingly Different (DSPD) clubs. This was a code he had always lived by. The family of Ely Callaway are not involved with the company today because he was told to choose his successor, and had chose Ron Draqpeau. He is a man who only shared the same vision

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    Callaway Golf

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    THE MARKET More than two decades ago, Ely Callaway set out to build a company that would bring more enjoyment and game improvement to golfers of all skill levels. He accomplished much of that goal in 1991, introducing a technological wonder called the Big Bertha Driver. By creating in Big Bertha a larger clubhead without adding weight, the late founder of Callaway Golf Company turned the most-feared club into the most-loved almost overnight. The driver became the fastest-selling club at retail

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    Case Study of Callaway Golf Company Section I. Summary Callaway Golf Company began to take form in 1983, after Ely Reeves Callaway Jr. sold Callaway Vineyard and Winery for a $9 million dollar profit. Shortly after the sell of the winery, Callaway ventured in to the golf equipment industry and bought 50 percent of Hickory Stick USA. Callaway knew from the very beginning that this company’s profits were limited as long as the product line wasn’t changing. “Callaway noticed that most golf equipment

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    Case Write-Up: Callaway Golf Company Callaway's marketing strategy from 1988 to 1997 Since 1982, Callaway Golf Company (CGC) evolved from a small golf club manufacturer established in California to the world's largest manufacturer and marketer of golf clubs with sales of $842.9 million in 1997. The company's extraordinary growth began in 1988, two years after Richard Helmstetter became CGC's vice-president and chief of new products. Helmstetter led the development of the S2H2 driver. By making

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    Callaway Nuclear Plant

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    Nuclear Power Station in Suffolk County, New York (Zeigler and Johnson, 1984). ... ... middle of paper ... ...the event of an accident. The adage, “there is no such thing as being over-prepared” fits the circumstances of serving the public in Callaway County. References: Cutter, S. and Barnes, K. (1982). Evacuation Behavior and Three Mile Island. Disasters. 6(2), 116-124. Accessed at http://www.crid.or.cr/digitalizacion/pdf/eng/doc540/doc540-contenido.pdf US Nuclear Regulatory Commission

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    One of America’s most famous mountain man, Daniel Boone, was Court Marshalled in 1778, due to his actions during an expedition. Earlier that year, in 1778, Boone lead a handful of Boonesborough settlers on an expedition to acquire salt for their town. During the journey, Boone left the group to hunt for food and was captured by the British allied, Native American tribe called the Shawnee. After he was captured he learned that the Natives were going to attack his crew and his Kentucky settlement Boonesborough

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    Callaway Golf Case Study

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    Callaway's strategy from 1988-1997 Research and Development From its initial existence R&D and innovative products had been the lifeline of CGC. When Callaway bought into the company his first initiative was to develop original products. Innovation and superior performing products are important in golf because equipment is thought to have a significant impact on player performance. Moreover, innovation was important because CGC had to be the technological leader to sell its products at premium

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    Callaway Golf Company History Callaway Golf Company CEO Ron Drapeau told CBSMarketWatch, "We have become known as the company that brings innovation to the game for the average golfer. We're not focused on the elite professional players. It's been a very successful approach for us." But that is not to say that Callaway clubs are spurned by professionals. By the end of the 2000 professional tour, Callaway Golf ranked as the most-played manufacturer of drivers, fairway woods and irons on the world's

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    ...ar, the shares of the company were reported to be $255million (Enz, 2010). In 1994, Callaway Golf introduced an innovative design for irons that would accompany their earlier innovation and increase the company’s profitability. Pehlchen (2003) argues that Callaway pursued its strategic mission of producing innovative products that increased profitability of the company. A case study analyzing Callaway indicate that the company believed that innovation could enable the business profitability

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