27 Nov '14, 2pm

Seven New Driver Models Reviewed!: The newest drivers to hit the market are packed with livelier faces for mor...

Seven New Driver Models Reviewed!: The newest drivers to hit the market are packed with livelier faces for mor...

Callaway's reborn Big Bertha topped its class in our ClubTest earlier this year. Its replacement, the Big Bertha Alpha 815, takes the signature feature of the equally acclaimed Big Bertha Alpha driver and puts it to work in a model that average Joes can enjoy. The industry-first "gravity core" rod has 10.5 grams of tungsten at one end and 1.5 grams of nylon at the other. You place the rod into the head to move the club's CG higher or lower to optimize launch, spin and ball speed. The high-CG position [nylon end is closer to the sole] plays like a "mid-spin" driver, while the low-CG position generates 300 rpm less spin. Compared to the current Big Bertha, the Alpha 815 delivers similar mid-spin drives when the rod is in the high-CG position, and 300 rpm less spin in the low-CG position.

Full article: http://www.golf.com/equipment/drivers-2015-reviews-callaw...

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