Designed primarily to hit off the tee, the new Bertha Mini 1.5 ($299) is aimed at the full spectrum of players who want a driver alternative or simply another option on tight driving holes.
Featuring a clubhead that’s 35% larger than Callaway’s XR fairway wood the Bertha Mini 1.5 has a high MOI for more forgiveness than a standard fairway wood and a cambered sole that provides versatility for anyone choosing to play shots off the fairway.
A 44-inch Kuro Kage Silver Tini shaft that’s 1 to 2 inches shorter than a standard driver shaft makes it a little easier to swing, particularly for players who typically struggle with a full-length driver.
The 235cc clubhead can be adjusted using Callaway’s OptiFit Hosel to four different loft options, each with a draw or neutral configuration.
features include a forged hyper speed face cup for low spin and distance and a forged composite crown. The Bertha Mini 1.5 is available in 12° and 14° models.
The driver is available at retail on May 29, 2015.