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Golf Australia Express : October 2014
ICONIC IRONS CALLAWAY BIG BERTHA IRONS View the Bertha Irons Gallery Available late October T HERE’S a new set of irons on the market with an old, trusted and familiar name... in a driver. Callaway continues the rebirth of its iconic ‘Big Bertha’ brand with the Big Bertha Iron set to hit the shelves at the end of the month. For the first time, Callaway engineers have put the same ‘360 Face Cup Technology’ used in the company’s fairway woods, into their irons. This hotter, more flexible face in the new Big Bertha Iron helps deliver greater ball speeds and distance that the company claims can be up to two clubs longer. Designed for the golfer wanting maximum forgiveness and distance, Big Bertha Irons feature a sole design that is wider in the longer irons and smaller in the shorter ones. In essence, there’s more help with the longer irons considering they're hard to hit. The irons also feature Callaway’s Internal Standing Wave, which allows engineers to position the centre of gravity low in the clubhead for a more optimum launch angle while still delivering high ball speeds. OTG Steel: $1,299 (8-piece set), Graphite: $1,399 (8-piece set) Hybrids: $309.99 each PREFER HYBRIDS TO LONG IRONS? GOLFERS who prefer hybrids can replace the long irons with the new, adjustable Big Bertha Hybrids, which are designed to deliver distance and optimised ball flights. A women's version of the Big Bertha Irons will also be available.
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