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Reply Report comment Brandon Aug 31, 2014 at 4:59 pm nail on the head Reply Report comment Shortgame85 Feb 15, 2014 at 10:13 am Thank you for the excellent review, Kane. Reply Report comment Mad-Mex Jul 28, 2014 at 11:34 pm Reminds me of my Cleveland Classic 290 Reply Report comment Dan Jul 28, 2014 at 9:47 pm Looks like the classic The fairway grass just gobbled his ball. Other than that they look like they were made from the same mold (so to speak). his comment is here

Anyway thanks to Kane for the review and the Alpha (and standard BB) will definitely be one I'll try when it comes to the UK. First, PING abandoned the half moon alignment aid of the G10 in favor of a sleek yet subtle red arrow which first appeared on the PING Rapture. Then the time came for me to test it. Magic. http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/topic/215089-callaway-big-bertha-diablo/

Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 816

So callaway will have 3 new drivers the xhot 2, big bertha and big bertha alpha price points 299/399/499. I currently have a 9.5 i20 with the stock stiff shaft and have never really got on with it. This is an awesome driver. Every driver out there is manufactured under specs because driver can change with heat and use.

Gravity Core…that’s a seriously visible, tangible, tactile experience. Guys told me how long it is, how straight it is, and how dispersion patterns blow away anything else on the market today by insane margins. Its a few seasons old (price!) and weighty. Callaway Big Bertha Alpha Settings Please NO after market sleeves........ 0 0 08/20/13--19:15: Rocketballz Stage 2 Driver , 9015D Driver, R11 3 wood, Tour Edge Exotics 5 wood Contact us about this article Cleaning out the

Unless SLDR somehow dramatically outperforms Big Bertha, basically everything is leaning Callaway’s way right now: Gravity Core is a much more compelling story than SLDR’s slider and both SLDR and JetSpeed’s This is the Bob Vokey designed Titleist 975D driver. picked up the big bertha with the 50 z stiff in an effort to increase club head speed. Any comments are welcome.

It felt more like the X2 Hot than the Optiforce and had a similar sound profile. Callaway Big Bertha Driver 2015 What do you expect the Callaway's and Taylor Made's to do? Lots of great information and helped in my decision to upgrade my driver. It's how it has always been done, and now it's necessary for survival.

Big Bertha Alpha 815 Driver Review

I've been told golf requires someone who strives for perfection, but realizes the futility of this approach. I was amazed. Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 816 Reply Report comment johnloft Dec 2, 2013 at 1:13 pm If this were TM, everyone would think it's a gimmick or rag about the Mizuno slider. Big Bertha Alpha Driver Review Reply Report comment tom busch Aug 20, 2014 at 5:33 pm I would like to see a comprehensive comparison of current drivers conducted by/on an "Iron Byron" type device.

In the old days a new club went a couple of years before a redo, now it is 6 months with promises the new one is better. http://cieib.org/big-bertha/callaway-big-bertha-timeline.html Then I got to the part of the article that talked about the head being composite……..lost ALL interest. Meaning they are made 6 at a time. I'm somewhat chafed - i test, deliberate and finally pull the trigger and order a $500 driver, and the thing is really a huge headed spoon. Callaway Big Bertha Driver 2014 Review

Some slight paint chip at the top of the face (also shown in pics); however the crown of the club is nearly perfect (specs are reflections). Gravity Core in Toe, Heavy Side Up: Increases fade bias, raises spin, lowers launch, more ball speed if you tend to contact the ball on the high toe of the driver. The only diffrence I can tell between the two from a looks standpoint is that one has the Mizuno name and graphics and the other has the PING name and graphics. weblink Is the Tour blue the better choice?

So, if all else is equal, you hit a ball on the center of the face with a club with lower CG to the neutral axis, it will go farther. 2014 Big Bertha Driver Adjustments That's why the whole MOI craze has cooled off. Clearly, to say that PING engineers take the performance of their clubs seriously would be an understatement.

Have read many reviews on the Ping G15 and will get fitted for one in the immediate future.

The G15 though just kept going long and straight. Has a few small holes that don't go all the way thru. Reply Report comment jb Dec 2, 2013 at 2:25 pm I play to a 6 hdcp and the SLDR was the least favorite of mine. 7 of my golf buddies rushed Callaway Big Bertha Driver 2016 I'm sure a lot of us remember when the original Big Bertha came out, and many GolfWRX readers probably owned (and still own) one.

players want one thing -- MORE DISTANCE !! Why not just buy a driver that suits you from the beginning? Then there's Callaway's Forged Composite Crown, which helps locate weight lower and deeper in the head for improved forgiveness and more efficient launch conditions. check over here High on the face produces high shots, but still long and straight.