2 reviews

Callaway Big Bertha

$800.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 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
  • S2H2
  • 360-Degree Undercut Channel
  • Integrated Set Design
  • Oversized Mid and Short Irons
  • Long Irons: i-brids or traditional shaped
  • Forgiving irons

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  • 2

    sweet spot is very big, hard to miss it

  • 2

    capable of very long shots with no special effort

  • 1

    forgiveness on miss-hits is very good

  • 1

    very accurate shots, go right where you send them

  • 1

    gives you immediate feedback when they hit whether it's good or poor

  • 2

    not easy to work the ball with these

  • 1

    not enough power for low-handicap players

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