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Used Callaway Big Bertha Iron Set - Callaway True Temper Speed Step 80 Steel Shaft Iron SetCallaway Big Bertha Iron Set

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Features & Specs

Men's Right-Hand Callaway Big Bertha

Standard Length, Standard Lie Angle

Steel Callaway True Temper Speed Step 80 Shaft

Description

The Callaway Big Bertha irons are build with 360 face cup technology which generates ball speed across the face through VFT and with maximum CT bringing incredible distance. The result is these clubs can make you 2 clubs longer.

Features

  • 360 Face Cup Technology - If you want to know what makes the extra distance possible this is it. The cup technology generates BALL SPEED across the face through a VFT and with maximum CG.
  • Internal Standing Wave - The CG is low and forgiving, and by doing this we can offer up the full package of high MOI for maximum forgiveness and ball speed.
  • Performance Construction - The hollow body construction is all about maximum performance, and the type of ball speed you see off the center of the face, you’ll get that all over the face now.

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I want to purchase one club the approach wedge for this set. Do you have one available ? Regular flex graphite right hand big bertha

Robert T.     2 years ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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Is the shaft rated F3?

Robert B.     2 years ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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I do not think $400.00 is a bargain. What if the clubs look like they have been beat. What about the condition of the face and grips?

Gregory S.     2 years ago     0 of 0 found this useful

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what year are these irons?

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These are the 2015 Big Bertha irons.

Rudi Fann     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful