All but the headcover, that thing is hideous lol Reply Report comment Mitch Oakes Dec 2, 2013 at 3:38 pm Agreed, Not a fan of the head cover! Love the marketing though! It's easily 10 yards past my Stage 2 tour, stock shaft but I still like my TM driver and will hold on to it just in case because it's straight. Bottom line is how much more gullible is the consumer going to get. check over here
That’s significant, Hocknell said, because it decouples the troublesome relationship between launch and spin that golfers have fought in other adjustable drivers. Click "Report comment" to alert GolfWRX moderators to offensive or inappropriate comments. The titanium pins in the face deflect more energy forward than previous driver. Reply Report comment Steff Dec 2, 2013 at 1:20 pm What happens to the spin numbers if you take the gravity core out? http://www.golfwrx.com/172649/review-callaway-big-bertha-and-big-bertha-alpha-drivers/
The Big Bertha Alpha at address The Alpha has a slightly smaller footprint and more traditional shape at address that better players will likely find appealing. Contact us: [email protected] Quick Links Newsletter Signup Want to Write for WRX? If properly fit the Alpha can be hit by anyone. mp600 as well as SLDR's MOI is terrible as they couldnt use the perimiter….oh thats right coz Callaway owns the patent as they know it works!
Holla at me, 1987. But Callaway has had this shape before also. Big Bertha's Adjustable Perimeter Weighting maintains MOI and allows golfers to fine-tune their ball flight. Callaway Big Bertha Driver 2014 Review SLDR blows!
CLOSE News Tour Opinion Equipment Equipment Reviews 2016 Gear Trials Instruction Instruction Videos WITB Forums Main Forum Index Tour & Pre-Release Equipment Forum Main Equipment Forum Golf Balls GPS/Range Finders/Mobile Apps Callaway Great Big Bertha 2016 Driver Review Reply Report comment Jim Apr 7, 2014 at 9:08 pm My dad just got his bertha and from the looks of things on the range it does as advertised as far Reply Report comment Rimjob Nov 4, 2016 at 1:54 am You would know, Jimmy Dean, your sausages suck Reply Report comment dungur Nov 27, 2016 at 5:57 am That too Reply http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/topic/938142-callaway-big-bertha-and-big-bertha-alpha-drivers-in-hand-photos/ Following on from an earlier comment I recently had a Mizuno iron fitting at their national fitting centre and went with the recommended KBS tour X flex (93 mph 6 iron).
Ball speed on mishits low on the face only lost about 1.5 mph of ball speed. Callaway Big Bertha Driver Adjustments This is the second time he used a Taylormade product and wanted something similar so he can use a Callaway made product. CLOSE News Tour Opinion Equipment Equipment Reviews 2016 Gear Trials Instruction Instruction Videos WITB Forums Main Forum Index Tour & Pre-Release Equipment Forum Main Equipment Forum Golf Balls GPS/Range Finders/Mobile Apps Reply Report comment notachop Dec 2, 2013 at 10:52 am Alpha is the real deal.
That's all thanks to technology. http://www.golfwrx.com/318108/callaway-great-big-bertha-driver-what-you-need-to-know/ Contact us: [email protected] Quick Links Newsletter Signup Want to Write for WRX? Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 816 Go with PXG like me! Big Bertha Alpha 815 Driver Review The lighter colored shaft and the New Decade Whiteout grip complete the look.
Can't wait to hit one! http://webpoplar.com/big-bertha/big-bertha-460-drivers.html Reply Report comment HV Mar 8, 2014 at 10:40 am I agree. Performance I tested the clubs outside at a driving range during calm conditions. See the final results here. Lance Dahl (Gold Medal): "Simple. Big Bertha Alpha Driver Review
Spec-specs!!! Enough with the 45.5″ and 46″ driver off the rack specs. Easy to look at. http://webpoplar.com/big-bertha/big-bertha-ii-415-driver.html Reply Report comment Rimjob Nov 2, 2016 at 2:16 pm Yeah.
The peak ball speed with the Big Bertha was about even with the X2 Hot driver. Callaway Big Bertha Alpha Settings It's an improvement as a Callaway but that's about it. By your logic the only "new materials" are ones that haven't been discovered by man yet…..don't be so literal Zipper.
Reply Report comment Zachary yaz Dec 2, 2013 at 11:45 am classic look at address…. Reply Report comment Brian Nov 3, 2016 at 3:00 pm Titleist is always behind in the arms race. Personal feedback would essentially be limited to features such as feel, appearance/setup alignment, contact sound, etc. Big Bertha Vs Great Big Bertha Looks are subjective, and the initial comments in the GolfWRX forum range from loving to hating the look.
Basically a club that offers greater flexibility and greater forgiveness……..now who could possibly want that! I´m not sure if i believe in this. I rushed out to get the SLDR, was underwhelmed, kept it a week, and went back to the RBZ. http://webpoplar.com/big-bertha/big-bertha-460-driver-new.html I'm interested in new technology and finding out if it works for me or not.
bellsy13 Jan 13, 2014 at 4:01 pm What were the designers of this club thinking? Reply Report comment ace Nov 3, 2016 at 1:27 am what a tool Reply Report comment Jimmy Dean Nov 3, 2016 at 10:42 pm Absolutely, with a capital T’! Don't buy from this company. Reply Report comment Dave R Aug 31, 2016 at 4:30 pm Wow wtf who ?