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About this product
- DescriptionThis new driver from the golf experts at Callaway was built and designed to get the most distance for every level of golfer. The driver uses the latest golf technology to create its multi-material aerodynamic shape for an enhanced balance and feel. A majority of the club's weight is centered and low to provide you with a higher trajectory and an increased energy transfer at impact. This club is made from a reissue of steel Metalwood that offers a modern transition from the traditional persimmon and wood laminate drivers. Take your game to the next level with a driver that gives results.
- ModelBig Bertha
- MPNCLY_BigBerthaDriver1 0.5GraphiteRegular
- Club TypeDriver
- Shaft MaterialGraphite
- Head MaterialSteel
Most relevant reviews
- jljacks56Oct 04, 2016by
Bought for my granddaughter...........she loves it!!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- holehunterJul 28, 2015by
Long and strong
This driver is long literally and distance wise. Never seen a ball consistently knuckle of the face like it does off this club. Toe hits are forgiving, maybe 10-15 yard lose. Heel and low misses not as forgiving. Better hope there's no water in front of you. Gravity core really works. I keep it heavy towards the sole for the Phil Niekro effect...
- johna3rdSep 16, 2014by
OK ball flight and higher trajectory than I would have liked
The Driver is a very straight and relatively long one; however, I also have a Cobra BioCell which is longer, and, to be honest gives a better dispersion of the ball. The Bertha seemed to have a higher trajectory, despite what degree of loft was selected. The shaft (Regular flex) seemed to be more flexible and this may be the reason for the higher flight trajectory on all lofts. The BioCell was a lower ball flight and definitely longer over the several holes and practice swings that I made; prefer the Cobra, but the Bertha may be for some out there.
- 2010rhos9768Sep 01, 2012by
Complete satisfaction with a "pre-owned" golf club.
As a lifelong golfer I have an expert understanding and knowledge of equipment. After trying several drivers over the last two years I simply could not find one I felt comfortable with. The new technology has a lot to offer but there is a certain novelty aspect to all of it. The equipment industry is dependent on selling new "advanced" equipment every year but the market is generally to the 92% of all golfers who do not break 80. I am not in that group. I looked very specifically for the club I bought based on: Head size (smaller) very specific shaft type and length, bore-through construction, material (titanium) and degree of loft. All of this found in the Callaway Big Bertha Titanium from 2004. It was also important that I found a club that was as close to new as possible. Even though the product I bought was listed as "pre-owned" and it is, I also noticed in the photos that there was adhesive residue from the mfgrs. shaft sticker that is standard for Callaway products so I knew it had not been used much at all and that proved to be true. I am 200% satisfied with this purchase and the club is performing exactly as I need it to and is everything I was wanting in a "new" driver. I am a 2 handicap. Read full review
- flaminghotsauceAug 08, 2009by
Callaway Big Bertha
I bought this driver to get away from the "Here, have this driver for free" golf game I've been on. I wanted to make sure I had a good quality brand. I've never owned a good name brand before. While this one is used, and slightly scuffed, it is still in great condition. This driver is 9 degrees loft which is the lowest I've ever owned. It allows the ball to roll more after landing, which is important for me. I tend to hit my drives somewhat high. And roll it does. Yesterday was the first time I played it, and I hit the longest tee shot I've ever hit on hole #1 probably twenty-five yards farther than typical. AND with a strong sidewind. I've had to adjust my tee height to hit this, but when you hit the sweet spot it is wonderful. It has a nice "clink" when you connect, and you feel it. It's like when you hit a baseball really well in the sweetspot and it feels like you barely touched the ball. Medium shaft flex is fine, I don't swing excessively hard. I used to hit a mild fade shot. With this club, I tend to draw it slightly left. This club is so good I'm investigating fairway woods to match. Read full review