Reviews and Problems with Callaway Big Bertha Driver
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Callaway Big Bertha Diablo Neutral Driver
10 July 2010
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! I rated this club a 4 out of 5 stars because I'm sure there is a better driver for my game but for the price ($150 USD) this is a very good club. Huge face = huge sweet spot. It's not pretty but it performs. That's what matters anyways right?
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.
Callaway Big Bertha Diablo driver and Callaway FT-9 driver p
6 October 2008
Excerpt: Callaway’s brand new Diablo and FT-9 woods are just a couple of brand new products we have spotted after just a couple of hours at Golf Europe 2008. The show is full of brand new equipment from brands including Callaway, Odyssey and Yonex. Callaway’s new line-up includes the Diablo driver and fairway woods which are a a completely different shape to anything we have seen before.
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