Callaway Big Bertha Alpha Review

Callaway Big Bertha Alpha Review

Named after the most famous artillery piece used during World War I – a cannon., the Original Big Bertha was called the "World’s Friendliest Driver" and was the first widebody driver made of stainless steel. Introduced in 1991, the Big Bertha utilized Callaway's breakthrough design S2H2, Callaway Golf designers were able to shorten the traditional hosel length, which allowed weight to be moved lower and to the more useful perimeter area of the clubhead.

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Callaway X Hot Pro Driver

Pros of the X Hot Pro Driver: 435cc club head is ideal for workability, thin wall casting creates a hot feel off the face, speed frame face created more ball speed.

Cons of the X Hot Pro Driver: Shaft is .75" too long (for me), optifit tech doesn't adjust loft, the new grip had a tendency to slip in hotter temperatures. No alignment markings on the crown.

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Callaway RAZR Fit Driver

At the start of Club Wars, this driver was one of the early favorites. After testing it, we really enjoyed it. Even though Callaway is a bit behind the 8 ball with adjustability, it was well worth the wait. Callaway’s Optifit Adjustment system is definitely something that was worth the wait because the ease of adjustability makes the club very versatile for all different swing types. The small club head produces a nice launch and a low spin trajectory, which is exactly what a lower handicap player is looking for in a driver. 

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