Reviews and Problems with Callaway Big Bertha Diablo
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Value for money 10
Dan Reuter, GolfReview.com
3 October 2013
Summary: I got a sleeve of the Diablo balls this summer and was pleasantly surprised at how well the ball performed. Excellent feel off of the club face, good distance, and very durable for a medium priced ball.
Summary: I recently inherited one of these from a work colleague after I put a dent in its head with a careless practice swing. I bought him another off eBay so thought I'd use the damaged one as a back up just in case my Ping G5 wasn't firing.
Summary: This ball feels soft off woods and irons, if you are looking for length, you found it! If you want help spining the ball back on the greens or help stopping on fast greens, this is NOT the ball you want. It is a good 2 peice ball, great value.
Summary: While not overly long off the tee or soft for brilliant around the green shots. The Burner LDP is still solid golf ball for the price. Definitely gets the most out of the 2-piece construction. Ball scuffs and shreds rather easily if your someone who is skilled with irons and wedges.
Summary: Just got one....amazing. I replaced a Nike Sumo 5000 which was ultra straight and forgiving. I can't believe this Edge is even better. Catch the center of the face and 'boom' gone. Straighter and farther than the Nike. Lightweight feel too, you can swing this one fast!
Summary: I hit this driver that a friend owned... really liked the unusual head shape, mine is a neutral, 9* with S flex DVS. This driver is easy to hit and it is very long. The sound is fine, unlike other Callaway drivers... I have not liked Cally drivers at all until this one.
Summary: Test driver last week when a Cally van came to my local driving range. I took both Diablo and FT-iz and tested them against my old Cally 2004 BB -360cc head- titanium and Great Big Birtha II -380cc head-(GBB). After 200 balls, it's clear that new clubs CAN'T beat my old Cally drivers.