Callaway Big Bertha ‘23 Family

Callaway Big Bertha ‘23 Family

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Callaway Big Bertha ‘23 Family

For more than 20 years, Callaway’s Big Bertha forgiving lineup of clubs has provided golfers with game-changing results. And, with the launch of the latest Big Bertha family of gear, the iconic model is set to continue to raise the bar when it comes to supporting golfers with easy-to-hit performance.

The new Big Bertha ‘23 family is a super game-improvement lineup that includes the driver, fairway woods, hybrids and irons.

Big Bertha driver includes a range of features for players seeking more confidence off the tee, higher ball launch and less slice. Big Bertha driver boasts a trusted shape, with a large head design and a generously stretched profile to inspire confidence and provide optimal forgiveness. The easy-to-swing driver is built from lightweight components and contains a triaxial carbon crown. The high-launching driver is engineered to optimise ball speed off the face and achieve superior distance. This results from its all-new lightweight Jailbreak system. Plus, the high-strength XL face uses A.I. technology to maximise speed off the face and produce a larger sweet spot. Big Bertha driver is specifically crafted with an ultra-low and forward center of gravity to reduce side spin that can lead to a slice. And, engineers positioned weight in the heel to further promote straighter ball flight.

Big Bertha fairway woods contain an oversized profile with a shallow face. The ultra-forgiving woods adopt progressively shorter shaft lengths to deliver consistent contact for improved launch and carry distance. Power is derived from Callaway’s Jailbreak and Batwing technologies, which stabilises the body of the club at impact while allowing the face to flex for tremendous ball speeds. Ball speed and performance are optimised via cutting edge A.I. high-strength face design. Big Bertha fairways feature adjustability on the 3-wood and 5-wood models to assist golfers to achieve the ideal launch angles and spin rates. As with Big Bertha driver, the fairway woods are constructed from lightweight components for easy-to-swing launch.

If you are looking for an option to replace your long irons, you’ll love Big Bertha hybrids. The new hybrids feature the inviting Big Bertha shape golfers adore. The large, high volume head design includes an enhanced offset position to help golfers limit a slice by reducing side spin for straighter and longer ball flight. Callaway engineers located tungsten weighting inside the clubhead for more forgiveness and a higher launch. An adjustable hosel system allows golfers to dial in launch and spin.

Big Bertha irons are carefully built by Callaway engineers to deliver powerful shot-making, easy-to-achieve distance and incredible forgiveness in support of off-center strikes. The high-strength face cup uses A.I. to boost ball speed. Tungsten weights (11g positioned externally and 43g located internally) promote high-launching longer irons and easy-to-control shorter irons. The classic Big Bertha iron shaping has been slightly adapted to offer even more confidence and forgiveness with a ticker topline, wider soles, enhanced offset and longer blades. Callaway’s patented Urethane Microsphere offers outstanding feel and faster ball speeds to complete the lightweight, easy-to-swing package. The premium-looking and ultra-durable irons feature a dazzling Black Smoke finish.

 

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