Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Fairway Wood Review
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    The Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Fairway Wood comes with a fancy name and a pack-full of state of the art technologies for delivering unparalleled levels of forgiveness. Callaway’s R&D department put everything the company had inside this baby, mixing a very light triaxial carbon crown with composite materials, along with a super-high moment of inertia and the Hyper Speed Face Cup. The ultra light triaxial crown is made from carbon which is almost eighty percent (78% to be more exact) lighter than a regular steel-made crown with a steel body. Using state of the art materials permitted the engineers to position significantly more weight far back from the club’s face and in the perimeter, with the end result being exceptional forgiveness and higher launch. The head shape was also radically redesigned due to its carbon built, which allowed Callaway to create a brand new shape with a high moment of inertia, which provides great sound & feel.

    A fairway wood is everything about distance, and here’s where the Hyper Speed Face Cup comes into play, being designed for lightning fast speeds, shot after shot, both on center and off center hits. To sum it up in just a few words, playing with Callaway’s latest and greatest almost feels like cheating, considering its length and forgiveness, it is that good, being the company’s best all round performer to date. The Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Fairway Wood is not just long and forgiving, but also extremely easy to use due to its new shape and the blend of high tech/composite materials. Performance is also stellar, as this Fusion fairway driver is arguably the best ever made by Callaway, proving to be incredibly easy to hit without sacrificing performance along the way. The Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Fairway Wood’s innovative design and the choice of high end materials leads to strong and repeatable performance, and that’s what golfers are looking for.