Callaway Strata Vs Wilson SGi Golf Club Set Review 2021

If you are in the market for a complete set of beginner’s golf clubs, then you have probably come across the two sets we will be talking about in this review.

And you still may be on the fence between them because quite frankly, there are very few reliable reviews and/or descriptions for them.

But in today’s reviews we are going to be taking an unbiased look at these beginner’s sets. We will also describe their specifications in plain detail so everyone can understand their differences. Let’s get started.


A Brief Intro To Both Sets

Wilson Profile SGI


The Wilson SGI golf clubs were designed to respond to the lack of diversity in the category of beginner golf clubs.

They can be adjusted with a number of length and loft options and come in a variety of sizes.

Callaway Strata

The Callaway Strata brand is the culmination of both Top Flight and Spalding’s forays into club manufacturing.

They are also a beneficial set for beginners that emphasize distance, forgiveness and healthy progress down the fairway.


Wilson SGI Key Features

The Wilson SGI set was made for distance.

From the titanium driver to the irons that feature deep undercuts; they will help you get farther quicker.


Callaway Strata Key Features

The Callaway Strata complete golf set is packed with features that are congenial to beginners and high-handicappers.

Apart from including 2 hybrid clubs, the Strata set was made for forgiveness in the long and short game.


What’s Included in the Wilson SGI Set


The oversized head of the driver in this set features a composite titanium design. 460cc’s of power help drive the distance of this club. It’s set to 10.5 degrees of loft.


5 Wood

High loft and a large sweet spot highlight the design of this fairway wood. It comes standard with a graphite shaft.


5 Hybrid

The hybrid in this set features a thin face design usually reserved for more expensive clubs. This design ensures high ball speeds and better distance.



You get irons 6-9 in the SGI set. Each one features a cavity back design congenial to new players.



The sand and pitching wedges in this set feature a compact head design for more accuracy.



The putter is heel/toe weighted for maximum balance and MOI (moment of inertia).


What’s Included In The Callaway Strata Set


Your Strata driver comes with it’s own head cover for the full titanium design. It’s set to 12 degrees of loft.



You get a #3 and #5 wood in the set. Both sport an aerodynamic shape to help get your swing speed up.



The Strata set comes with 2 hybrids: a #4 and a #5. They are much easier to manage on the fairway than your longer irons.



Irons 6-9 in this set also feature a cavity back design and enough undercut to launch the ball high into the air.



The set comes with a pitching wedge and a sand wedge. The wedges are set to 46 and 56 degrees of loft respectively.



You get face-milled design with the putter in this set. This is a feature usually reserved for advanced club sets that enhances feel and roll control.


Wilson SGI Options

  • Graphite/steel shafts
  • Right and left handed
  • Men’s tall and standard lengths


Callaway Strata Options

  • Graphite/steel shafts
  • Right and left handed
  • Men’s standard lengths


Composition Comparison

The irons in the Wilson SGI set are composed of 431 stainless steel. The driver features a forged titanium composite design with a graphite shaft.

The irons in the Callaway Strata set also feature stainless steel heads while the driver is full titanium. The other clubs in the set are also composed of stainless steel.


Performance Comparison

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We liked the short-game performance of the Callaway Strata set.

The high quality grooves in the shorter irons actually provided a decent amount of spin control. The deep undercuts and large sweet spot also made them more forgiving.

But if you are more concerned with distance at this point in your game then the Wilson SGI clubs have more to offer. While not as accurate or workable in the short irons and wedges; the woods have very large sweet spots and provided more distance.


Price Comparison

The average price for a set of men’s standard length Wilson SGI clubs is around $350.

The Callaway Strata set will run you about $450.


Wilson SGI Pros & Cons


  • They are better for your long game
  • They are more affordable
  • They come in a variety of lengths
  • The hybrid feels very comfortable
  • The driver delivers straight flight paths
  • Includes a stand bag



  • Less accuracy in the short irons
  • Limited hosel offset in the putter
  • Driver chips easily
  • Limited bag storage

Overall Score: 94/100

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Callaway Strata Pros & Cons



  • Better accuracy
  • Putter feels great
  • Full titanium driver
  • Includes 2 hybrids
  • Deep undercut irons
  • Ample bag storage


  • Cart bag
  • They don’t play as long
  • Driver dents easily
  • Not Callaway-made

Overall Score: 96/100

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Other Sets To Consider

Cobra Speed XL

The Cobra XL Speed set delivers great distance in a set of clubs that look as good as they feel.

Overall Score: 96/100

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Taylormade Speedlight

The Taylormade Speedlite set features low center of gravity throughout and irons that provide smooth turf interaction.

A more expensive set, aimed at better players.

Overall Score: 94/100

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Wilson Platinum Profile 

Wilson Platinum Set

This is a lightweight set of clubs that features long and accurate cavity back deep undercut irons.

Overall Score: 95/100

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Final Say

The Strata set seemed to be designed more with beginner to intermediate players in mind.

It has features that will help you as you refine your short game like precision grooves for greenside spin control.

But for straight-up beginners, we think the Wilson SGI set will instill more confidence and be of better use.

It provides more distance on the front end overall.

The Strata’s will grow with you, but if you need a pure beginner’s set, check the Wilson SGI clubs out first.