Big Bertha. In the world of golf, this name is synonymous with forgiveness, feel and performance. Introduced Callaway Golf in 1994, Big Bertha Irons began a revolution with iron, designed to push the edge weight of the club. This unique design has become the foundation upon which Callaway would continue to improve, amazing us with each new model. In 1996, Callaway has released an updated version of the original Big Bertha Irons with a few modifications. In the new model, designers have used the size of the club head and the volume of the cavity to push weight farther into the edge of the club head. Bor-hosel through which actually extends through the club shaft to ensure greater stability and feel what is expected of all Callaway products. Sole has been slightly modified model will allow the club pass through poor lies with even less friction than before.
Callaway also introduced the Big Bertha Gold Series Iron in 1996. Using a prototype of the original Big Bertha Iron, designers repositioned sweet spot, added a new contoured sole and redistribution of weight in the head. Big Bertha Gold Series is a series of RCH 96 shaft made of aluminum an alloy of bronze, soft feel. Gold Series Iron preserve the original 360 degree undermines the channel and consistently thin face. Great Big Bertha Tungsten Titanium Iron punched course in 1997. In this design, Callaway used titanium lined with tungsten to create a club head that was perfect suitable for use in virtually all conditions. Insert represents only 15 per cent of club head, but accounts for 40 per cent by weight, while maintaining the perfect size and center of gravity exactly where it should be.
Big Bertha X-12 Irons and X-12 Pro Series Irons since 1998. With a lower center of gravity than the original Big Bertha Irons, X-12 was designed to help golfers get the ball in the air. X-12 has maintained a 360 degree undermine the channel’s patented S2H2 Callaway and Tru-Bore technologies. Pro-Series has been designed for golfers to lower disability and featured Less-Offset design, which enables more experienced golfer the ability to work the ball easier. Also featured are 360-degree undermine channel, S2H2 and Tru-Bore technologies. X-12 Irons were the first Stainless Steel Irons Callaway presented, and many believe it was this iron, which set the standard for high performance irons to follow. Steelhead X-14 Irons after the X-12 in 2000 and quickly became the best selling in the history of iron Callaway. It is also proposed in the Pro-Series, X-14 features stainless steel construction and Callaway in the variable face thickness (VFT) technologies, which provide the ideal center of gravity (COG). Optimized in the long, medium and short iron, the thickness of the cladding tapered from top to bottom and heel to toe. Pro-Series are designed for experienced golfers has been designed with Less-Offset, than the usual X-14
Callaway Big Bertha Irons original were raised again in 2002. In this iron, Callaway said his latest technologies, while maintaining the original and very popular type and form of the “Big Bertha Irons have been known. These technologies took golf game to use them on an entirely new level with increased forgiveness and maximum performance. In addition, introduced in 2002 by Hawkeye VFT Irons. Simply put, in this set, Callaway just use all their knowledge and design added titanium package. The most popular addition to the Hawk Eye-VFT irons, however, the inner pocket of weight, which allowed designers to position mass deep and low on clubface. This design provides unparalleled trajectory without prejudice to apologize or feel. The next year, Callaway went back to the drawing board to create a new Steelhead X-16 and Steelhead X-16 Pro-Series. The changes include shorter blade length and wider well-known plus the addition of new technologies in Callaway, Notch weighting. X-16 functions, low center of gravity, curved sole, and satin. Pro-Series received a canvas as design, however Offset, thin topline, narrow sole and direct the leading edge.
In 2004 and 2006, Callaway has added two models with the original Big Bertha Irons, as in 2005, introduced the X-18 X-18 Pro-Series, X-Tour Irons and Big Bertha Fusion Irons. More times than they have is not a company to rest on its laurels it. Known today a leader and trendsetter in the game better, Callaway Golf continues to make it better make us better on the course.