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Callaway Golf Big Bertha Fusion Driver



By putting the Callaway Golf Big Bertha Fusion Driver in the bag, players aren’t just gaining a better golf club; they will also be pushing the boundaries of forgiveness to a whole new level.

Right away the look and feel of Callaway’s latest invention shows a powerful evolution taking place. The club head design is ultra-light, ultra-strong and has advanced aerodynamics to promote faster swing speeds for increased distance and precision through impact.

On the technology side, the Callaway Golf Big Bertha Fusion Driver pairs an aerospace-grade titanium Exo-Cage with an ultra-light triaxial carbon crown and sole. These lightweight and strong materials combine so Callaway Golf engineers could position more weight farther back in the perimeters of the head – giving increased forgiveness like nothing seen or felt before.

Big Bertha titanium Exo-Cage gives Callaway engineer's freedom to design the head shape, giving the ability to create an appealing new shape that combines fast aerodynamics with a high moment of inertia for increased distance and forgiveness. The new shape evoked acoustic engineering to give an especially satisfying sound and feel.


Callaway Golf Big Bertha Fusion Driver Shaft Options

Mitsubishi’s Diamana Red Board: This premium shaft combines a firm midsection and active tip to promote high launch, low spin and fast ball speed. To make it much easier for the golfer to hit a distance-enhancing draw shaped shot.

UST RCL450: This is UST first recoil shaft, and has been designed to load more energy on the downswing, to unload a combination of power and precision at point of impact.


The Callaway Golf Big Bertha Fusion Driver also comes with its own branded head cover, and the driver is available now from American Golf.




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