Another iconic name is re-introduced to us with the Callaway Great Big Bertha driver. This driver is back, and it’s setting the tone for the future of driver design. It’s the most advanced driver by Callaway and it’s featuring a unique combination of lightweight materials and breakthrough designs to have you crushing the golf ball.
The Callaway Great Big Bertha driver features a new Next Gen R*MOTO Technology. This new age technology sets up the design of the clubhead to support a thinner face, which leads to faster ball speeds especially on those off-center hits.
This driver design features the best aerodynamic head shape and lightweight material combination that’s ever been imagined. These design elements are critical for generating faster clubhead speeds, for every swing type.
The Callaway Great Big Bertha driver features a 10 gram sliding weight on the perimeter of the clubhead, similar to the Big Bertha driver. However, it’s been re-vamped to add stability and tighter shot dispersion. There’s not a shot you can’t hit with this driver; draw it, fade it, bomb it straight.
The weight on the driver easily slides to whatever position you’re looking for. To make the adjustability even more enhanced the Great Big Bertha features the Optifit hosel, containing eight different settings to dial in the loft, lie, and face angle.
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