Reviews and Problems with Callaway Big Bertha Driver
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Got fooled by the picture and description of the product by a real jerk.
4 June 2012
Summary: I havee used ebay to sell and purchase for over 9-years. I am not sure if it's ebay in general or the Internet overall, but checking passwords and secret security questions have become a pain in the ass, especially since a true hacker can get by any security.
Summary: I firmly believe that the 2011 Callaway Diablo Octane Golf driver head that I purchased on Ebay is a fake. Their is no serial number on the golf head, and no other distinctive mark to indicate otherwise. I fitted it with a projext X shaft. The test with a magnet revealed my thoughts to be also true.
Summary: After using the driver for about 3 times, the head of the club came flying off after a perfect hit. I guess it was worth the [...] bucks I spent. I didn't realize I had to spend another 20-50 to put in another shaft once it arrived. Thanks anyways.
Summary: I read the reviews on this buyer after I recieved my both half's of my driver and it appears as if this same driver was sent to two people before me. The first person broke the driver within 6 strokes, the second person recived it broken and know I have the same traveling broken driver.
Summary: Purchased a supposedly new Fusion FT-3 Driver from Igidistribution, Kelvin White, 907 Nova Circle, Stockbridge, Ga 30381; Didn't get club; filed complaint; he didn't have it to sell, would return money. Instead, two weeks later got club in Mail. Phoney club. Cloned Fusion Driver.