The value priced driver market has become very competitive as of late. It seems that Cobra has created the benchmark and all of the other companies are trailing behind. Callaway had the Big Bertha… a decent driver but many said it was too small.
Cleveland has the 410 Sport… a decent driver but it lacks "wow". TaylorMade had the 360XD…¦ a good driver 3 years ago but not now. Can anyone stop the Cobra machine?
The Big Bertha 454 definitely lives up to its name… it's big. At 454CC, the club is pushing the legal limit. So what does big do? A big driver gives the golfer a greater hitting area thus making it harder to miss hit. A big driver gives the golfer more confidence to take a full swing. The Big Bertha does both of these and does a lot more. The club features a 454CC , two piece titanium head with a large amount of weight around the back perimeter. More weight around the back keeps the club stable through impact and produces a high ball flight. The 454 also pushes the legal limit when it comes to COR. This driver is hot… just ask 2004 RE/MAX World Long Drive Champion David Mobley. The stock shaft in the 454 is decent and Callaway's custom department can fit anyone.
Customers love this club. They love the forgiveness, the distance, the size and the price. We have already seen a drop in Cobra sales and I think that trend will continue because of the Big Bertha 454. This club has already proven itself on the world stage (RE/MAX Long Drive) and the hype is growing. I encourage anyone that is looking for a forgiving and easy-to-hit driver to try the Big Bertha 454. You won't be disappointed.
Overall Rating – 90%
Target Handicap – Anyone looking for a forgiving driver that hits the ball high
Ball Flight – High
Offset – None.
Head Size(s) – 454CC
Shafts – RCH 65w 454 graphite