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Why are there no values for my used golf clubs? Please provide dates you need sets delivered to you. Sign in or Register with Golfalot. The grip is typical Callaway fare — a non-corded grip with Callaway markings and swooping grooves.
Callaway Big Bertha Titanium Driver Review – Golfalot
Who do I contact if I have questions about my trade-in? Need help selling or trading your clubs? Please ship all trade-ins 45 I have tried a couple drivers with newer technology and have not found one that performs better than the Big Bertha for me. At 2nd Swing Golf, we work very hard to accurately rate our clubs according to our condition guide. Pricing is updated regularly to ensure that you are receiving the highest trade-in value for your used clubs.
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Mishits may not travel as far, but the worst I could do with even a moderate swing with the was a yard cut off the heel.
Callaway Big Bertha Titanium 454 11 Degree Driver Regular Flex 282131
The club tells you immediately where it is being hit. Mis-hits had a very loud pinging noise, and solid hits had an even louder ping sound. Definitely one to consider. This thing hits the ball too low for my taste at its stated loft. As always we would recommend a custom fitting session to get the right shaft for your swing.
This is decidedly not so with the — this is one heckuva low-ball driver. My clubhead speed suffers.
The Callaway seems to me to be very consistent, though not quite as long, however, playing your second stroke from the fairway is always more likely to improve your round total. Simply chose the payment option that works best for you.
As long off the tee as others though found able to play the ball more forward it produced a higher caallaway longer shot with little deviations.
I hit it farther than any other club, I recommend it very much. The does shift from typical Callaway fare in one regard: I have the with a prolaunch blue 65 and have found that it is too tip? There is a good selection of shafts with many of the top makes of shaft available at no extra charge. If a PW is not included, you will be required to enter each of the irons individually.
I first tried the with a stock stiff RCH shaft and 9 degrees of loft. It bulges out everywhere, but the hitting area dominates the front-on view, inspiring confidence. If, upon inspection, 2nd Swing identifies any discrepancies ex. I am having trouble trying to find a shaft for theany suggestions?
Gone are the days of the clear-coated silver clubs. The big cc size means more hallmark Big Bertha performance: