Callaway’s Big Bertha for 2023


Callaway Golf has introduced an update to the iconic Big Bertha family with no increase in price from the last model, the Big Bertha B-21 of two years ago.

Fast Facts Callaway Big Bertha
Big Bertha Driver
Game-improvement category
Anti-slice design
A.I.-designed XL face
Carbon fiber crown
Jailbreak system
Adjustable hosel
Stock lofts: 9°, 10.5°, 12°

Big Bertha Fairway Woods
Game-improvement category
Jailbreak/Batwing Technology
A.I.-designed high strength face
Carbon fiber crown
Adjustable hosel
Stock lofts: 3W, 5W, 7W, 9W, Heavenwood

Big Bertha Hybrids
Game-improvement category
Internal tungsten weights
Jailbreak/Batwing Technology
A.I.-designed 455 cup face
Adjustable hosel
Stock lofts: 3H, 4H, 5H, 6H, 7H, 8H, 9H

Big Bertha Irons
Game-improvement category
Hollow construction filled with urethane microspheres
Tungsten weighting internal & external
Generous offset
A.I.-designed face cup
Stock lofts: 4-iron through sand wedge
$999.99 six-piece set (steel), $1099.99 six-piece set (graphite)

If Callaway’s latest Big Bertha had a theme song it might be “Make Every Shot Your Best with Our Easiest to Hit Clubs” followed by a catchy tune entitled “We Kept the Price the Same.” Far and away the largest golf equipment company Topgolf Callaway Brands (NYSE: MODG) is taking advantage of their technology and pricing leadership specifically with the update of the iconic Big Bertha name.

The driver has a forward center of gravity low in head for an easy launch and reduced side spin which will help those of us with a slice and additional weight has been added to the heel to promote a draw flight pattern. Big Bertha Fairway Woods were also designed for straighter ball flight plus added ball speed for more distance.

The hybrids of the family have a larger head, ideal for those who prefer hitting fairway woods rather than long irons. Tungsten weighting promotes a high launch and there slightly more head offset to mitigate a tendency to slice. Big Bertha irons have the expected stronger lofts, but placement of the tungsten weighting still promotes a high ball flight a characteristic average golfers will appreciate.

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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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