Callaway Big Bertha irons review

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Callaway Big Bertha
Golf Monthly Verdict

The Callaway Big Bertha long irons definitely have a different, not overly attractive, look at address thanks to their distinctive rear appendages. But the trick is to ignore this and focus on the iron-like bit at the front because they’re ridiculously easy to hit a long way, with no evidence of the ballooning flight I feared. A hugely forgiving, widely playable iron. Where next? More On Test: - Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Irons review - Callaway FT-iQ and FT-iQ Tour driver reviews - Callaway X-20 irons review Video: - Callaway FT fairway wood video review Galleries: - Callaway x22 irons and Callaway x22 Tour irons pictures - Callaway Big Bertha Diablo driver and Callaway FT-9 driver pictures Blogs: - Callaway Big Bertha Diablo range - Jeev Milkha Singh: What's in the bag?

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The most distinctive thing about the new Callaway Big Berthas is the sheer width of the soles in the three longest irons. These “I-brids” are designed to be as versatile and forgiving as hybrids while retaining more iron-like styling. From 6-iron up, forgiveness is the key aim thanks to increased offset, a large effective hitting area and a highly playable sole.

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Jeremy Ellwood
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Jeremy Ellwood has worked in the golf industry since 1993 and for Golf Monthly since 2002 when he started out as equipment editor. He is now a freelance journalist writing mainly for Golf Monthly. He is an expert on the Rules of Golf having qualified through an R&A course to become a golf referee. He is a senior panelist for Golf Monthly's Top 100 UK & Ireland Course Rankings and has played all of the Top 100 plus 91 of the Next 100, making him well-qualified when it comes to assessing and comparing our premier golf courses. He has now played 1,000 golf courses worldwide in 35 countries, from the humblest of nine-holers in the Scottish Highlands to the very grandest of international golf resorts. He reached the 1,000 mark on his 60th birthday in October 2023 on Vale do Lobo's Ocean course. Put him on a links course anywhere and he will be blissfully content.

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Driver: Ping G425 LST 10.5˚ (draw setting), Mitsubishi Tensei AV Orange 55 S shaft

3 wood: Ping G425 Max 15˚ (set to flat +1), Mitsubishi Tensei AV Orange 65 S shaft

Hybrid: Ping G425 17˚, Mitsubishi Tensei CK Pro Orange 80 S shaft

Irons 3-PW: Ping i525, True Temper Dynamic Gold 105 R300 shafts

Wedges: Ping Glide 4.0 50˚ and 54˚, 12˚ bounce, True Temper Dynamic Gold 105 R300 shafts

Putter: Ping Fetch 2021 model, 33in shaft (set flat 2)

Ball: Varies but mostly now TaylorMade Tour Response