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Callaway Big Bertha Irons

For the first time, Callaway put the Cup 360 Face Technology they use in fairway woods into the irons.

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Description

Big Bertha Irons

The New Generation of Long


The built in 360 face cup technology is the real deal, bringing incredible distance that you’ve never seen before in an iron. Welcome to the new generation of long.

Key Technology

    360 Face Cup
    If you want to know what makes distance possible, this is it. The cup technology generated BALL SPEED (in all caps) across the face through a VFT and with maximum CT.

    Internal Standing Wave
    The center of gravity is low and forgiving, and by doing this Callaway can offer the full package of high MOI for maximum forgiveness and ball speed.

    Performance Construction
    The name is kind of a giveaway, isn’t it? The hollow body construction is all about maximum performance, and the type of ball speed you see off the face, you’ll get that all over the face now.

    Premium Shaft Offerings
    True Temper Speed Step 80 and a new UST Recoil Graphite Shaft for you to choose from.

Specifications


STEEL
  GRAPHITE
NAME
LOFT
LIE
LENGTH
SWING WEIGHT
NAME
LOFT
LIE
LENGTH
SWING WEIGHT
4 iron
20.5°
60.5°
39.125"
D2
4 iron
20.5°
60.5°
39.125"
D0
5 iron
23°
61.25°
38.5"
D2
5 iron
23°
61.25°
38.5"
D0
6 iron
26°
62°
37.875"
D2
6 iron
26°
62°
37.875"
D0
7 iron
30°
62.5°
37.25"
D2
7 iron
30°
62.5°
37.25"
D0
8 iron
34.5°
63°
36.625"
D2
8 iron
34.5°
63°
36.625"
D0
9 iron
39°
63.5°
36"
D2
9 iron
39°
63.5°
36"
D0
PW
44°
64°
35.75"
D2
PW
44°
64°
35.75"
D0
AW
49°
64°
35. 5"
D2
AW
49°
64°
35.5"
D0
SW
54°
64°
35.25"
D2
SW
54°
64°
35.25"
D0


Reviews

Expert Review

Callaway Big Bertha Irons Expert Review

Written By: Bob Gomavitz

Player Stats:
  • Age: 57
  • Handicap: 4.6
  • Years Playing Golf: 45
  • Being an absolute equipment junkie, I was approached by GolfDiscount.com to write reviews and share my findings with you. Having been chosen to write a number of Taylormade product reviews for GolfWRX.com I felt that this is an excellent opportunity to put my knowledge to use.

author-bob-gomavitz


The Takeaway

The Big Bertha offers players an advanced, progressive look starting with the sole. This progression has a wider design in the long irons, and shifts to a narrower design in the short irons. The addition of a progressive, modern top line enhances the look even more. Higher ball speeds and increased distance come from the 360 Face Cup Technology that Callaway uses in their Big Bertha fairway woods. The hollow body construction puts the weight where Callaway feels it offers maximum forgiveness. If you prefer hybrids to long irons, the set is also offered as a hybrid-iron combo set.

Who's It For?

These models are mostly for beginners and semi-beginners, and design-wise you can expect a very large footprint, a thick top line, lots of offset, a very wide sole, a large deep cavity and a lightweight shaft, either in steel or graphite. However, this reviewer had a blast testing them and based on the results that I witnessed would have zero issues playing them.

Final Take

The Callaway Big Bertha Irons were a treat to test, and even more so when I realized that I grabbed two different versions, shaft-wise. I started with the steel shaft, and right away I noticed a more compact head shape than what I expected for this category of irons. The dark grey head made the bottom grooves filled with white paint stand out, creating an excellent alignment aid. The feel was outstanding and complimented a true ball flight that my eyes crave. I then tried the UST Recoil Graphite shaft, and the head came even more alive for me. The feel was increased, the ball fight enhanced, and the was distance comparable or maybe even slightly longer than the steel shafted version. A few of the hybrids that I tested had the UST Recoil shaft in them, and I was impressed with those also. I strongly suggest a test drive with the Recoil shafts.

Club Tested: 7-Iron; Shaft: UST Recoil 460 & SpeedStep 80; Loft: 27°

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