Callaway Big Bertha
Released January, 2008
The Pros:Sweet spot is very big, hard to miss it. Capable of very long shots with no special effort. Forgiveness on miss-hits is very good.
The Cons:Not easy to work the ball with these. Not enough power for low-handicap players.
The Callaway Big Bertha Irons are golf clubs designed to be forgiving, a good gift for an amature player or a professional who needs a little extra edge. The long irons are available in the Big Bertha i-brid shape, which has a deep center of gravity and an extra wide sole for turn interaction, and the alternative traditional shape which boasts an increased offset, a larger hitting area and a constant width sole.
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The Callaway Big Bertha Irons come with extreme notch weighting that redistributes weight to the perimeter, giving more stability and a higher moment of inertia.
- Extreme Notch Weighting
- VFT Technology
- 360-Degree Undercut Channel
- Integrated Set Design
- Oversized Mid and Short Irons
- Long Irons: i-brids or traditional shaped
- Forgiving irons
User Reviews (2)
sweet spot is very big, hard to miss it
capable of very long shots with no special effort
forgiveness on miss-hits is very good
very accurate shots, go right where you send them
gives you immediate feedback when they hit whether it's good or poor
not easy to work the ball with these
not enough power for low-handicap players
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