Callaway Big Bertha Driver Review
Callaway have turned their attention to an old favourite after releasing the new Big Bertha Driver.
What was once synonymous with the brand of Callaway has returned to the golfing market, which is expected to be met with plenty of love from amateur golfers.
Golfshake Equipment Expert, Ryan Rastall, has tested the driver and explains what type of golfer it is best suited to.
The Big Bertha Driver
Big Bertha is a name that carries a lot of weight in the golfing world; the latest edition provides game-changing performance whilst simultaneously making the sport more enjoyable for players of all abilities. The new Big Bertha has been designed with an ultra-low, forward CG to help players to gain more control off the tee - especially those who typically slice the ball.
The easy launch is another standout feature that should attract higher handicappers, as this driver attempts to make the on-tee experience as smooth as possible. Across all features - from the generous profiling to the high-strength XL face - this driver has been specifically crafted to build confidence for golfers, who in turn find fairways on a consistent basis.
- Straight Distance & Slice Reduction
- Large, forgiving sweet spot
- Fast ball speed
- Lofts: 9, 10.5, 12
- £499 / EUR 579
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What Ryan Says
"For those of you that really struggle with a slice, this could be the answer to all of your prayers. There’s certainly more draw-bias than the Paradym X, which Callaway have out in the market as well.
"The flight was definitely higher with Bertha, but I was impressed with how low the spin seemed to be."
See what Ryan thinks in the video below or directly on YouTube!
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