Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 815 udesign Drivers Review
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    The Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 815 udesign falls into the category of game improvement drivers and itretails for $459. You should be aware of the fact that according to the company, the Big Bertha Alpha 815 udesign was created for establishing a new driver category, and these are big words even for Callaway. Will they live to their promise? Stick around and check out the following review!The “udesign” particle means that you can fine-tune your driver to suit your every needs, by having the choice of choosing shafts at no charge, for fitting your swing and adjusting the club for your desired flight shape, and also choosing the head color and what not. Basically, that’s a great feature to have in any type of golf gear and Kudos to Callaway for giving us the opportunity. Fine tuning aside, the Big Bertha Alpha 815 comes with loads of features for improving your game, being an above average driver in terms of forgiveness (as expected from a game improvement one) and having tons of adjustability options. Overall, I consider this driver to be among the best on the market today in its particular niche. One of the most astounding technological innovations in the Alpha 815 is the Gravity Core, one of Callaway’s proprietary technologies, which adds to forgiveness and adjustability, a perfect blend of features that recreational golfers will surely appreciate.

    You must also know that what we’re dealing with here is an outstanding looking driver which stirs interest at first sight, with a round/balanced design and a minimalistic white chevron to help with the alignment. Obviously, with the udesign feature, you’ll be able to build your unique driver by customizing the colors on the sole and various other things. The sound upon ball impact in this baby is a metallic crack and the feedback is more than enough, despite the driver’s plethora of moving parts, not to mention the adjustability options. Here Callaway really did an awesome job. When it comes to ball speed and distance, the Big Bertha is a solid performer, and even off center hits are not a tragedy, holding the line decently. The Gravity Core really makes a difference in how you swing, being maybe the most important/helpful feature in golf as we speak. Bottom line, if you want the perfect all-rounder driver that delivers anything you throw at it (low spin, distance, forgiveness, adjustability), the Big Bertha Alpha 815 is a must try.