I have both the Callaway and the Ping G2. 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. I have the with a prolaunch blue 65 and have found that it is too tip? The Callaway Big Bertha driver looked great and felt great and I felt I got good distance and control off it. The driver loves to hit the ball low, unlike every other Callaway driver to date, and you may be surprised at how high a loft and how low a shaft kickpoint you need to get this baby airborn. I know exactly where the ball hits the club face at impact.
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Callaway Big Bertha Titanium 454 Driver Review
The Callaway Big Bertha driver looked great and felt great and I felt I got good distance and control off it. The club tells you immediately where it is being hit. I am having trouble trying to find a shaft for theany fregectory Media Reviews Today’s Golfer. I hit this club extremely high. From the front, the clubface looks a bit like someone blew a bunch of air into the shaft and inflated the clubhead like a balloon.
Write a Review Thank you, your review has been submitted successfully and will be included on the page once approved. Given that the Callaway Big Bertha Titanium Driver has reached the limits of size and COR then it should be a good investment for years to come and for once Callaway have priced this at a sensible level so we think this is a great deal.
I tried toe hits and heel hits and I closed the face and opened the face and I hit it high on the face and low on the face, all of which gave predictable results. The tregsctory is typical Callaway fare — a non-corded grip with Callaway markings and swooping grooves.
Callaway Big Bertha Titanium 454 High Trajectory Driver Graphite Senior-flex
It may be too forgiving, as contact anywhere on the face produces a very similar feeling and sound. Does anyone know which shaft would be comparable to the calaway firm flex? Definitely one to consider. I have both the Callaway and the Ping G2. The only difference between a shot hit dead center and one hit off-center — besides the yards you give tregecory by mishitting this club — was the sound.
Callaway Big Bertha Review (Clubs, Review) – The Sand Trap
It bulges out everywhere, but the hitting area dominates the front-on view, inspiring confidence. I doubt he was hitting the club wrong. The original Big 544 drivernow about ten years old, was much bigger than the persimmon and steel drivers available from the competitors, and the — though not the biggest — is certainly up there. The hollow teegectory allows reportedly allows for more feel, but its primary function is to free up some clubhead weight.
Callaway can lay claim to inventing the oversized driver, and have taken the latest Big Bertha close to the cc legal size limit. I have a GBB and hit it longer than any driver I have ever hit.
Your Reviews Callaway Drivers User Reviews 4 out of 5 big bertha ti 11 July By jayreid i bought a 9 degree with a grafaloy pro launch blue stiff shaft,its a real confidence booster off the tee,id reccomend it to anyone looking for forgiveness 4 out of 5 Takes time 22 May By ouzlamboy Bought a 10 degree with aldila stiff shaft version of this 18 months ago and have started to love it in the last 6 months. It just means that I hit the better than I hit the G5 and he hit the G5 better than he hit the As always we would recommend a custom fitting session to get the right shaft for your swing.
I have tried a couple drivers with newer technology and have not found one that performs better than the Big Bertha for me.
Here — hopefully to stay — is a smart combination of dark grey, silver, and magenta. Plus, with the Callaway in my bag, I was never further away than spitting distance from the fairway. The Callaway Big Bertha Tregectpry is aimed at giving extra forgiveness as well as distance. I have the with a prolaunch blue 65 and have found that it is too tip?
The extra large clubhead provides more stability—thanks to a higher Moment of Inertia created by maximizing perimeter weighting—for more accuracy off the tee. I am hoping I get to a carry and some roll out of the 8 degree.
Callaway always focus heavily on how a club sounds and feels and this one scores highly in both areas. I know exactly where the ball hits the club face at impact. I have had my for over 10 yrs. Tee the ball higher for the Callaway Big Bertha than you would with a smaller driver — this driver callowxy a big face and hits the ball low! The Callaway seems to me to be very consistent, tregector not quite as long, however, playing your second stroke from the fairway is always more likely to improve your round total.