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. As far as the Biggest Big Bertha Club I bought was not what it was advertised as. The shaft was cut (really broke) making it a junior club of sorts.
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. After hitting it I have not noticed any real differences. The head seems dead and I tend to believe that it is a fake.
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. I do not recommend this buyer to anyone to the lack of integrity.
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. Shaft had been tip trimmed instead of butt trimmed. Made it a stiff, even though it was a regular on the shaft.