Reviews and Problems with Callaway Big Bertha Driver
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10 March 2014
Conclusion: The addition of the Gravity Core elevates Big Bertha Alpha from “great driver” to “revolutionary golf club.” As I’ve already said, it’s the most significant advancement in adjustability in years, and its impact on ball flight is undeniable.
Conclusion: While not as revolutionary as the Alpha, the Callaway’s 2014 Big Bertha driver is an extremely solid performer. All the subjective elements should receive praise from both high and low handicappers.
Summary: Had a slice before and my average drive was about 230. Bought this neutral version of this club and I'm hitting the ball 260 average with a little draw. Can't imagine the "draw" model on this club!
Summary: It seems like every second email these days has to do with a review of the new Callaway Big Bertha Fusion FT-3 driver. And why not? The FT-3 has won two Majors on the PGA this year and has been one of the most talked about drivers of the summer.
Summary: Adams is a company who pride themselves on their technical approach to golf club design. Their Tight Lies fairway wood was one of the single best selling golf clubs in history and they continue to push forward with new developments.
Summary: GM verdict: Just when we thought club designers couldn’t cram in any more adjustability, the team at Callaway came up with something different. The change in CG, combined with the other adjustability, does make clear differences to ball flight, and really does mean that this is a head than can be...