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Faster than any Bertha before, the incredible Callaway Golf Big Bertha V Series Driver provides a combination of insane distance and superior forgiveness in a lightweight design.
Callaway Golf Big Bertha V Series Driver Design
The Callaway Golf Big Bertha V Series Driver is built with speed optimised technology. The lighter design (starting at 290 grams) helps to create more clubhead and ball speed to produce seriously long drives. The aerodynamic shaping helps to lower drag throughout the swing to help produce a faster swing speed. The forged composite material in the crown is lighter, leading to maximum clubhead speed. With a lighter, hotter and more robust hyper speed face, this incredible driver delivers higher ball speeds across the face for massive drives.
Callaway Golf Big Bertha V Series Driver Features:
Speed optimised technology with a lighter 460cc club head (starting at 290g)
Hyper Speed face
1 year guarantee, Mitsubishi Bassara Shaft in the 10.5 and 13.5 degree, and a Fujikura Motore Speeder 565 in the 9 degree
Callaway Golf Big Bertha V Series Driver OptiFit Technology
The Callaway Golf Big Bertha V Series Driver features OptiFit technology to give you the shot shape you desire. The adjustable hosel lets you choose from a combination of 8 different loft (-1, S, +1, +2) and lie angle (Draw or Neutral) configurations to find your optimised trajectory and shot shape for optimised distance.
Callaway Golf Big Bertha V Series Driver Shaft
For even more speed, the Callaway Golf Big Bertha V Series Driver features an ultra lightweight Mitsubishi Bassara Shaft in the 10.5-degree and 13.5-degree heads, and a Fujikura Motore Speeder 565 in the 9-degree head.