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Golf Australia Express : February 2014
IF ANYONE can tame Bertha, it's gotta be the gals. Callaway has made sure the fairer sex has been invited to the party this time around, with a women's Big Bertha version about to land. Designed to get the serious female golfer added distance and height from increased clubhead speeds, this beauty will impress the lasses as much as the men's version will the lads. Supreme adjustability and high MOI. You've just gotta love Bertha. (We really are the nostalgic type in here.) LADIES, ladies, ladies. Want to add a touch of colour to your game without being labelled as overtly lairy? Looking for a driver that reflects your cheeky personality? Well, you're looking at it, sis. The new Cobra BiO Cell will not only look pleasing in your kit, but with a heap of adjustability settings helping you alter your trajectory and ballflight while adding serious distance to your drives, it could become your saviour off the tee. Comes in three colours: Desert Flower, Aqua Splash and Beetroot Purple. Well, la-di-da. IT'S USUALLY the blokes asking for forgiveness, but ladies, if you're in need of a little leeway off the tee, Mizuno's JPX825 delivers absolution in spades. The technology inside this little beauty is impressive— although, that's pretty standard across most modern day drivers anyway. Where the JPX825 really stands out, however, is in the forgiving nature on off-centre hits. Sure, a horrible swing is still likely to end with equally negative results, but let's just say don't start shaking your head at the poor swing until you see your ball land. IF OLD (actually new) Bertha doesn't get you, Callaway's X2 Hot probably will. This all- titanium driver is incredibly thin and easy to swing, and with some fine-tweaking on last year's ridiculously beastly-long version, the second instalment has a lot going for it. Not one for the golfer wanting to work the ball—this thing is as straight as an arrow. Question is, is the X2 Hot too hot to handle? Answer: Probably not. CALLAWAY Big Bertha COBRA BiO Cell CALLAWAY X2 Hot MIZUNO JPX825 DRIVERS