Our Review:Hybrids need special engineering so that the small face and head can be flexible and forgiving. Big Bertha solves those challenges by concentrating more flexing in its wraparound cupface through the vertical “jailbreak” bars that join the crown and sole internally. Shortening the adjustable hosel and making it lighter saves weight that’s used to lower the center of gravity—precisely where it would be if the hosel weren’t adjustable. Read more >>
Specs: 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33 (all adjustable)
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Look / Sound / Feel
* Percentage of total score
midSlightly larger, but gives you confidence. Powerful sound. Launch is high, and mis-hits are forgiven.
lowI normally don't like the confused fairway wood look, but the net effect was a giant sweet spot. You can pretty much hit it anywhere on the face and it’ll be alright.
highVery forgiving and I didn't have to put a lot of work into it. The sound was crisp and not obnoxious. It was long and straight. The ball flight was penetrating, high without being balloony.