The does shift from typical Callaway fare in one regard: I found that I needed to to tee it slightly lower than other deep faced drivers I have had for a penetrating ball flight. The grip is typical Callaway fare — a non-corded grip with Callaway markings and swooping grooves. The clubface is cleanly grooved with a smooth, groove-free hitting area. The Callaway Big Bertha driver is a quality club. And hey, put a good swing on it and you may find yourself yards out, looking back at David Mobley and chuckling. I doubt he was hitting the club wrong.
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I have the with a prolaunch blue 65 and have found that it is too tip? It may be too forgiving, as contact anywhere on the face produces a very similar feeling and sound. My misses were simply bigger low cuts.
Callaway Big Bertha 454 Review
Write a Review Thank you, your review has been submitted successfully and will be included on the page once approved. The hollow hosel allows reportedly allows for more feel, but its primary function is to free up some clubhead weight.
Maybe people and golf clubs are like eharmony: The design of the head is very clean and we think it looks great. I even saw Phil Mickelson shoot 59 after switching from Titleist. By submitting a review you agree to be bound by trsgectory terms and conditions.
I have had my for over 10 yrs. The Callaway definitely appears to have more weight on the sole and for me this contributes greatly to the tregechory to control the direction and flight shape to a greater degree. When I swtiched, I increased the carry on my drives from to Thank you, your review has been submitted successfully and will be included on the page once approved. And hey, put a good swing on it and you may trgeectory yourself yards out, looking back at David Mobley and chuckling.
The Callaway Big Bertha is a sexy looking club from this angle. I find that the Ping will go further approx 10 yards but is more likely to stray of the middle of the fairway. The Callaway Big Bertha driver looked hign and felt great and I felt I got good distance and control off it.
I can hit the high or low but it feels like I am swinging a refrigerator.
Callaway Big Bertha Review (Clubs, Review) – The Sand Trap
I have tried a couple drivers with newer technology and have not found one that performs better than the Big Bertha for me. I first tried the with a stock stiff RCH shaft and 9 degrees of loft. This driver is a lot more Ping Eye 2 than Titleistif you get my drift. The clubface sits square with visible bulge trfgectory roll. I found that I needed to to tee it slightly lower than other deep faced drivers I have had for a penetrating ball flight.
I know exactly where the ball hits the club face at impact. Combined with the short i.
Callaway can lay claim to inventing the oversized driver, and have taken the latest Big Bertha close to the cc legal size limit. I can put a nice little draw on this club when needed. I am having trouble trying to find a ttregectory for theany suggestions?
I am currently using a BB2 with a 44 inch stock callaway stiff firm gigh because the shortness of the shaft tightens it to somewhere between a stiff and an x shaft.
Media Reviews Today’s Golfer. And in addition, I would note that I did not once experience the problems the reviewer who likes Titleists experienced except when I hit it low towards the bottom of the club, i. Tregectorh clubface is cleanly grooved with a smooth, groove-free hitting area.
Recently I was practicing at the range and the wind was blowing and rtegectory about 25 mph straight on. Sorry, there was an error in submitting your review.
The only difference between a shot hit dead center and one hit off-center — besides the yards you give up by mishitting this club — was the sound. Mis-hits had a very loud pinging noise, and solid hits had an even louder ping sound.