From Golf Magazine (ClubTest, February 2010)
Category: Max Game-Improvement Drivers
We tested: 9°, 10° with Aldila Habanero graphite shaft
Company line: “This four-piece design has the largest sweet spot, highest MOI and deepest center of gravity (CG) of any Callaway titanium driver. A refined head
shape reduces drag in the downswing (8 percent less than the original Big Bertha
Diablo), which leads to higher impact speeds.”
OUR TESTERS SAY:
PROS: Among the most preferred drivers in
the “max game-improvement” category; top
tier for forgiveness and look; great for players
who want anti-slice technology; cleans up
directional misses, forgiving on less-thancenter
contact; reliable, predictable distance;
you sense that you hit it well even when
you didn’t; devilishly good look with a well-positioned
alignment marker on the crown
and an “X” engraving on the sweet spot.
CONS: For some panelists, high spin rate
can drain roll; unusual head shape with
pointed rear section can be a turnoff.
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