Big Bertha REVA Driver


Callaway Golf is urging women to “unlock their inner distance” with the just announced Big Bertha REVA driver.

Fast Facts:
Super game-improvement  driver for women
A.I. designed titanium Flash Face SS21
Jailbreak internal rods tying sole to triaxial carbon crown
High resistance to twisting (MOI)
Draw Bias
10.5° or 12.5° lofts
RCH 40 shaft stock
Lamkin Women’s ST Soft Grip stock

Callaway Golf says, “if you want to hit the ball farther, you have to hit it straighter,” which of course is as true for women as for men. The new Big Bertha REVA driver especially designed for women addresses the problem of hitting it straighter combined with proved features to produce distance as well.

The center of gravity is closer to the face to help create lower spin and the draw bias head has a high MOI, both of which help to hit straighter tee shots because of less side spin.

The product announcement summed up their approach to the Big Bertha REVA saying, “With Big Bertha REVA, we’ve used significant research and testing with women to create optimized lofts, swing weights, shaft lengths, and a forgiving head shape to help you hit it a lot farther. This driver promotes high launch and low spin to take the slice or big miss out of your game. And a straighter ball flight means more distance, so we’ve developed a total ball speed package with our A.I. Designed Flash Face SS21, Super Strength Titanium, and our innovative Jailbreak Technology.”

In addition to the driver the Big Bertha REVA family includes fairway woods ($299.99), hybrids ($249.99) and irons (7-piece graphite $999.99), all focused on providing additional distance for women players.

Ed Travis

Ed Travis is a national award winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is regularly seen in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Travis still plays regularly. He and his wife live on a water hazard in suburban Orlando.

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