Callaway Biggest Big Bertha Drivers

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Kevin   Shoot in the 80s [Jun 07, 1999]
Model Reviewed: The BIGGEST BB

I thought the PING Ti SI was good. Then I hit the BIGGEST BB.... oh my god, what a club. This is the longest driver I have hit. It is also the straightest around. Its the best all round club by far. If your thinking of getting a new driver... choose the BIGGEST BB.

Similar Products Used: Taylor Made, PING TiSI, Mizuno Mighty Big, and Titleist 975D
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5
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4
mark   Shoot in the 90s [Oct 11, 1999]
Model Reviewed: biggest big bertha

This is the best driver I have ever used. I have previously played GBB 12 degreee GBB 9 degree and GBB 10 degree. The Biggest Big Bertha 9 degree regular flex is wonderful but slightly long (45.5"") so I shortened it 2". It is very light but very playable and confidence inspiring. My wife hits her GBB 240 yds!

Similar Products Used: Great Big Bertha 9 10 and 12 degree drivers. Taylor made and Ping drivers. Big Bertha Warbirds, X-12 irons
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5
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5
FrankC   Shoot in the 90s [Nov 30, 1999]
Model Reviewed: 10 degree regular graphite shaft

I prefer this driver over the original Big Bertha. The titanium head was much lighter and the feel softer than the original Big Bertha. I was able to hit the ball longer and straighter. Added 20 yards to my drive.

Similar Products Used: Callaway Big Bertha, Taylor Made Titanium
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5
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3
Robert Jones   Shoot in the 80s [Dec 18, 1999]
Model Reviewed: 10 degree

I traded in my trusty old PowerBilt Persimmon for this ""Pittsburgh Persimmon"" and have never looked back...bigger sweet spot, very forgiving. It's lengthened 1/2"" with a stiff graphite shaft...290 is about my best, but I'm only 5'6"" so taller players could probably expect even greater clubhead speed. The Big Bertha is nice too but not as forgiving on off-center hits...same goes for the GreatBig Bertha. The only thing negative I can say is that the tall face does not allow play from the fairway like the shallow-faced drivers. However, fairway driver shots are risky anyway...

Similar Products Used: Big & GreatBig
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5
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4
Donny Love   Shoot in the 80s [Nov 29, 1999]
Model Reviewed: 10 degree Lite Flex

Best driver I have ever used. Been playing about 3 years.I loved my Taylor Made Titanium before I bought the Callaway.Get about 10 to 15 yards futher. Best Of the best.

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5
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3
Peter   Shoot in the 90s [May 25, 1999]
Model Reviewed: Biggest Big Bertha

Very good driver, light for its size, and a very good confidence builder. It's probably the most durable club I have. Really easy to swing, and I does correct those missed hits pretty well. It basically keeps the ball in the fairway, but a few yards ahead of the other balls. A little pricey, but long-lasting.

Similar Products Used: Ti Bubble, Ping driver, Orlimar Trimetal
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5
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4
Charles McDougal   Shoot in the 80s [Dec 03, 1998]
Model Reviewed: 10d firm shaft

This is a very forgiving club. A little shorter than the TI Bubble 2 but much more accurate. Even on mishits it stays in the fairway (toe, heel). Very playable and worth consideration.

Similar Products Used: Cobra Ti Taylor Made Bubble Ti Taylor Made Bubble 2 Ti
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5
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4
Matt Rau   Scratch golfer [Dec 02, 1998]
Model Reviewed: Biggest Big bertha

I have played the club for about 2 weeks and it started to indent! Indent? Why I dunno. But all I know is that it's not my fault because I hit the ball straight at first, but after the indent it started to hook!

Similar Products Used: None
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1
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1
Mike   Shoot in the 80s [Feb 25, 1999]

I love this club even though I don't own one. I often borrow my father's Bertha when he doesn't accompany me, and I have to say I haven't found any other club that I like more. Only problem is that it's so lite that if you screw up your swing a little bit, your shot will probably end up in the other fairway. If you are consistent and aren't trying to be like Tiger Woods all the time, you'll find this club to your liking.

Customer Service

Haven't had any problems with the club at this point in time

Similar Products Used: TI bubble 2, King Cobra, etc
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4
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4
Ed Head   Shoot in the 80s [Dec 20, 1998]
Model Reviewed: Biggest BB 9 degree firm

Very nice club, even though as a rule I don't like "mega size" heads. Good distance and accurate too. Boring type flight. I suggest if you are a "better" golfer explore the pro series shafts from Callaway. Much better quality and really helps. I tried the stock firm and couldn't close the club face and kept slicing. Callaway reshafted with the Pro 3.1 and I am hitting my normal slight draw.

Customer Service

The best

Similar Products Used: Cobra Ti Cleveland VAS Ti Orlimar Driver
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5
Value
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4
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