Double-digit sales growth in every region of the world except for the USA as well as strong sales of clubs in the 1st quarter have prompted Callaway Golf to raise its full-year sales and earnings guidance respectively to $1.045-1.065 billion and to $53.2 million. Net income totaled $32,836,000 in the quarter, as compared to $22,861,000 in the year-ago period, on a growth in revenues of 11 percent to $334.6 million. In terms of club sales, irons grew by 16 percent to $100.0 million, putters were up by 17 percent to $29.1 million and woods increased by 6 percent to $103.0 million. Turnover from golf balls dropped by 4 percent to $53.5 million. Sales in Europe rose by 12 percent to $56.0 million and sales in Japan were up by 45 percent to $37.9 million. Excluding Japan, turnover in Asia climbed by 34 percent to $22.8 million. Callaway said in a conference call that it has improved its supply chain for the Fusion line of drivers, which had been plagued by supply and demand issues in 2005 and 2006.