Excerpt: It looks great. Cool color scheme. The shaft offerings intrigued me. I went with the Fubuki Stiff on a 10.5 lofted head. The head is heavy, which I like, I like to gauge where the club head is throughout my swing. The shaft feels weird, though. It lacks the responsive feel of my Kai' Li 70 and it does not feel as smooth as my Fuel shaft. But, the Fubuki on this Cally does not feel bad. It is just weird. The sound at impact is a muted thwack, which is okay.
Excerpt: I recently played a round with a callaway rep who let me use this driver, the thing is like a low spinning rocket launcher.. once dialed in, it performed better then my current driver, spin rates seemed alot lower. and ball flight seemed more penetrating..
Great Big Bertha II+ has illegal COR, and lives up to its billing
15 December 2012
Summary: The Callaway Great Big Bertha II+ driver has a COR exceeding 0.83, which is why it has the + on its sole. It is 400cc with a square face for its lower lofts, and 1 deg closed for its high loft model. It is made of titanium with a bore-thru shaft for stability, and the club works very well: long and straight with medium trajectory. Many companies came out with non-conforming drivers from 360-460cc head sizes.
Summary: only been 2 times out with it.I received a set of Callaway refurbished irons from a friend. I bought the driver to complete a all callaway set. So far I am not getting the distance as my 3 hybrid, but I'm sticking with it. My drives are straighter than my other driver, but popping up Texas Leagurs instead of getting it down the fair way. I think once i gain confidence with the club it will like my 3 hybrid, a dependle, good club.
Summary: Club is very forgiving, much better then my last driver. Good club for the money. I tried a new more expensive Callaway club and I could not hit it to save my life. Hopefully this will improve my game overall. All of my woods are warbirds, and they are the only woods that I can hit clean almost every time.