Gallery: Callaway Big Bertha V Series driver

Some images of the new Callaway Big Bertha V Series driver, which is built from lightweight materials and comes with improved aerodynamics

Callaway Big Bertha V Series driver
Callaway Big Bertha V Series driver review

Take a look at some images of the new Callaway Big Bertha V Series driver, which is built from lightweight materials and comes with improved aerodynamics.

The Callaway Big Bertha V Series driver - designed to sit along side the Big Bertha and Big Bertha Alpha drivers - has been unveiled.

It weighs in at just 290g - a product of the lightweight materials used in its construction - producing faster clubhead and therefore ball speeds for longer distance hitting.

The Big Bertha V Series driver also has a new aerodynamic shaping that helps lower drag through all phases of the golf swing.

Below, you can see some images of the new Callaway (opens in new tab) driver, and click here for a Big Bertha V Series driver review

Callaway Big Bertha V Series driver

An adjustable OptiFit hosel enables golfers to choose from a combination of eight different loft and lie angles

Callaway Big Bertha V Series driver

 

It is available in 9, 10.5 and 13.5 degree options, with a 42-gram Mitsubishi Bassara shaft as standard

Callaway Big Bertha V Series driver

A HyperSpeed face also delivers fast ball speeds across the entire face

 

Callaway Big Bertha V Series driver

The Callaway Big Bertha V Series driver comes with a RRP of £299. It will be available at retail from Friday September 12

 

Callaway Big Bertha V Series driver

A forged composite material in the classic looking crown is lighter, boosting clubhead speed

Callaway Big Bertha V Series fairway wood

It is joined by the Big Bertha V Series fairway wood, which is designed to be more versatile and faster off the face. The fairway is also available in mid-September at £209.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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