Callaway’s newest Big Bertha lineup of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons are designed to be the easiest to hit for players who want to launch the ball higher and play with more confidence.
This forgiving line is designed to “make every shot your best.”
“This lineup is all about game-improvement and having fun,” said Brian Williams, vice president of research and development. “This is a line where we look at each club top to bottom … to give golfers confidence at address and to help them have fun with the shots they play. To get the ball up in the air, get the ball downrange, and enjoy the game.”
The new Big Bertha driver ($500) is designed with an ultra-low, forward center of gravity for players who want to reduce their slice for straight distance and an easy launch. The high-strength XL face features a large sweet spot and uses A.I. technology to optimize speed and spin across the face.
The fairway woods ($300 each) are built with extremely forgiving Big Bertha shaping, easy launch, fast ball speeds, and more accuracy to keep the ball flying straight.
The hybrids ($260 each) feature confidence-inspiring shaping and employ precisely positioned tungsten weighting to create a higher launch with an enhanced offset to limit a slice.
The new Big Bertha irons ($1,000 for standard six-piece set; $1,100 graphite) use A.I. technology and premium materials including precision tungsten weighting up to 43 grams to deliver distance and power even on off-center hits. The all-new irons come in a black smoke finish.
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