Biggest Big Bertha Drivers
The best driver ever built!
Fantastic driver. I have yet to hit a driver that is as forgiving or consistent as this club. Although the technology is over 10 years old, I'm hitting my drives further then any 460cc driver with today's technology.
This club will never leave my golf bag.
June 21, 2010
don't bother with other drivers....
I've had this driver a while now and thought i would check out some new ones what with technology improvements and such. This driver was longer than any of the new balloon head drivers out there guess it's just gonna have to stay in the bag. Mr Callaway hit a homerun with this design.
April 22, 2012
Don't know why they would ever make another driver.
Bought a R11S and a Ping G5, they are both back in the garage and Bertha is back in the bag. I am 65, bad back, over weight and I still can pop this club 250-260. I will never let this one go,she is my baby,
March 23, 2013
The greatest value in golf
At $38-60 this is the best value in golf. I bought a used one several years ago and wouldn't trade it for anything. At 52, I golf with coworkers half my age and regularly blow it past them. I can shape my shot with a gentle fade and being left handed can slice it around doglegs. My longest drive was around 280 yards, not bad for an old guy. Normally 220-240 right down the middle. You couldn't pay me to trade it in and I'm even thinking about getting another just in case the Mayans were right and civilization collapses.
November 24, 2012
Simply - None Better
You can spend a bunch of money on drivers like I have over the last 20 years, $500 each, every year. Or just buy a Biggest Big Bertha and be done.
You wont find one better for distance, accuracy or feel. And of course that Titanium "Ting". Until you hit one you just wont get-it. After you hit it, you won't want any other driver.
April 20, 2015
The Best Driver Callaway Ever Made?
I've owned my BBB (9*) for over 10 years now - I re-shafted it - with a stiffer shaft to accommodate my 110+ mph swing. Three years ago I placed this club on the shelf (retired it), and started using a Callaway Hawkeye VFT driver - I found the Hawkeye to not be as forgiving as the BBB, however, IF, I hit the sweet spot with the Hawkeye it produced some of the looongest drives I have ever hit. I average 280+ with my BBB. To make a long story short, the Hawkeye was stolen, and I kinda lost my interest in golf, until recently. I dusted off my BBB, looked at its scarred + polished face, and wondered if the old lady could dance again... well she did, and I can't believe she still has the "pop" to drive the ball. I am very competitive in the tee box - I do not like be to be out driven... I am one of the longer drivers in my group of friends... Now that most of my friends have graduated to 460cc clubs - I am being "challenged", and out driven. These BBB still "have it" - and with the smaller club head I find it easy to "mold" a fade... I am still in love with the BBB - but I too must graduate to the 460cc - I have recently purchased the FT-3 Callaway 9.5* Tour model (VFT face)... I long for the drives I produced with my Hawkeye VFT driver (part of the problem I had - was the closed face it had from the factory). Callaway produces the only drivers I will buy - I am a loyal customer. The Biggest Big Bertha may be the best "all around" club they've ever produced (my opinion)... But the FT-3 (which I have not hit yet) is supposedly a well constructed beast (from the reviews I have read).
July 10, 2008
Very Accurate of the tee!
A great club. I wish I had this club when I was on the golf team. Although you can really rip it, my favorite situation is watching my friends pull out irons on very tight holes while I choke up and hit a perfect three-quarter-swing fade right by their drives and smack in the middle.
Have you ever had a club you felt you couldn't miss-hit? I do!!!
January 24, 2008
Got what I was looking for.
Was looking for a smaller head with a solid feel and this club has fit the bill.
October 4, 2010