Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Driver Review
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    The Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Driver is a fairly light yet incredibly forgiving piece of golf gear, with a great feel and super fun to hit. That about sums it up folks. The maximum forgiveness is achieved via Callaway’s proprietary Fusion technology, which consists of a melange between a very light triaxial carbon sole and crown plus a titanium made Exo Cage, which allowed for positioning extra weight in the perimeter/back from the face vs the previous generations of drivers, with the end result being a dramatic improvement in terms of forgiveness. The Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Driver is also designed differently, boasting a new shape that promotes a high moment of inertia, which combined with better aerodynamics will provide players with unparalleled levels of feel and sound.

    The Speed Step head shape increases head speed through the air using industry leading aerodynamics technology. All this fancy talk aside, the Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Driver can be described as a high tech and hugely innovative piece of golf gear for the masses. The thing is that this Fusion driver, boasting lots of carbon fiber together with red/white graphics on the edges will make the technology crowd more happier than ever before while the traditionalists may end up scratching their heads and wondering what’s up with this UFO. However, when it comes to performance, the Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Driver doesn’t disappoint a bit, as it offers consistently low spin and incredible forgiveness in the real world, and all tech talk aside, the bottom line is that this baby is simply one of the most consistently long and forgiving drivers out there.