Reviews and Problems with Callaway Big Bertha Driver
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Pata Kusa, reviews.golfsmith.com
21 January 2014
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.