Callaway Big Bertha Alpha driver Surprised Many Golfers

We are happy to see the new generation of Big Bertha and specifically the Callaway Big Bertha Alpha driver. The Big Bertha name, the adjustability, the marketing, the Gravity Core, the low-spin concept, even Sir Isaac Newton’s posthumous involvement had me curious.

The first thing to understand with the Callaway Big Bertha Alpha driver is this: the name is about as far as the similarities go. In terms of looks, performance, appeal and features, the 2014 Big Bertha drivers are completely different to what golfers were used to with the original models of Big Bertha. The idea Callaway had was to use the Callaway Big Bertha Alpha driver for sale name to signal what they consider a major leap in innovation and Alpha is certainly worthy of the name.


The look of modern drivers, especially at address, has advanced and varied vastly in recent seasons. Whilst the ‘Captain America’-like sole design may be busy and full of technology and features, the look of the Callaway Big Bertha Alpha driver at address was clean and simple with a traditional, slight pear-shape. The colour is a subtle, dark blue, very reminiscent of the Steelhead ranges of Callaway golf clubs for sale from the late 1990s.

The traditional look didn’t appear as large some other full size drivers on the market. However Callaway assured us it is every cubic centimetre of 460cc. Beyond feel and looks, the Callaway Big Bertha Alpha driver’s performance is dictated by four dimensions of adjustability. It is certainly designed for those players who like to tinker, whether that is in a fitting session before they buy or throughout the season as their swing and conditions change.

Finally, the last part of the adjustability and the most talked about feature of the Callaway Big Bertha Alpha driver is the Gravity Core. Much like the core of that infamous apple helped Newton discover gravity, Callaway’s Gravity Core helped me discover extra yards. Therefore, it is a good choice for golfers who like shoter drivers and control the distance.

New Callaway Apex Pro Irons and Apex Irons Lanuched

As you can see that many golf clubs for sale are available in 2 closed series, especially the irons. Several golf brands would promote both of the common irons and pro irons. They are 2 same series but also different in some tencholog. For example, not long ago, Callaway has launched updates to the popular Callaway Apex Irons, which is called Callaway Apex Pro Irons, now tailoring its face cup technology toward the better player looking for a soft feel and precision. Both will go on sale on October 30th.

The Callaway Apex Pro Irons for sale are Callaway’s first forged players iron to feature 360 Face Cup technology found in the brand’s fairway woods, hybrids and game improver irons that allows more of the face to flex for extra ball speed. It has been precision engineered in the 3-7 irons to provide consistent ball speed across the face in a forged Apex design. In the shorter Callaway Apex Pro Irons, a uniquely engineered face plate enhances feel and distance control.


The set is progressive too, meaning that the offset, sole widths, CG height and notch weighting change as the Callaway Apex Pro Irons get shorter to provide the right balance of ball flight, playability, forgiveness and control for each Callaway Big Bertha Alpha Driver. The longer irons feature more offset where you need it for more forgiveness, while the shorter irons have a more compact shape with less offset for feel and control.

An extremely precise quadruple net forging, precision milling, and 1025 mild carbon steel produces the soft feel better players expect from a forged iron. Some golfers who’ve never been able to play a forged iron because they haven’t felt they were good enough, now the Callaway Apex Pro Irons give them the distance and forgiveness that they needed but with the aspirational aspect of a forged iron.

In a word, these 2 new irons would meet most golfers’ demand at any level. It works for golfers who are evolving and getting better with their game. Everyone wants to improve his or her game, right?

Will the Callaway X2 Hot Driver Give You More Distance?

When you are selecting a driver, you must want to improve your swing. And the most important aspect you care about is distance. Yes, if a golf club for sale which can help you achieve more distance, then it will probably help you improve your game. And Callaway X2 Hot Driver for sale is an excellent driver. But it is not so long as TaylorMade drivers. Will it still give you more distance?

Drivers generally come standard at 45-46 inches in length, the longer the driver shaft the potential exists for more distance, theoretically your swing arc would be wider and therefore you could create more speed. However with the use of technology like trackman, we know that it is far more important to hit the center of the clubface than increase your swing speed by a few miles an hour.

It is easier to hit the center of the clubface with a shorter Callaway X2 Hot Driver than a longer TaylorMade driver, therefore if you feel like you are struggling with your current driver here’s a few things you can try before you cut that driver down or order a new one.


Hit a few shots with your normal grip and a few choking down an inch, note where on the face you are hitting the ball and see if you are more consistent at finding the center of the clubface with the shorter length. Choke down an inch when you grip the Callaway X2 Hot Driver for sale and cover the face of your driver with a dry erase marker.

Most three wood shafts are the old driver standard 43.5, if you have an adjustable driver and three wood, put the three wood shaft in you driver and hit a few shots and see if you find any difference.

And you should also schedule an appointment with a clubfitting expert for a driver fitting and have them check driver length for you. The correct length can make Callaway X2 Hot Drivert easier to maintain your body angles throughout the swing and as a result you may pick up distance as a result of better swing mechanics.

In addition, try to make sure the driver length is correct for them, if you don’t and give them a standard length driver it can actually cause swing problems and long term it may actually cause them to swing slower in order to try and control the Callaway X2 Hot Driver.

When they are young we want them to hit the ball as hard as they can so they learn to develop speed, make sure the driver fits them and is light enough that they can swing as fast as they can and hold their finish.