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Used Callaway Big Bertha Fusion 2017Callaway Big Bertha Fusion 2017 Fairway Wood

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Men's Callaway Big Bertha Fusion 2017

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Description

The Big Bertha Fusion fairway woods push the boundaries of forgiveness like no other Callaway wood ever has with its revolutionary design. The fairway woods feature an ultra-strong triaxial carbon and steel composition, designed to increase the clubs’ forgiveness on mishits because it raises the moment of inertia (MOI). To further improve the accuracy of off-center ball strikes, Callaway has strategically positioned weight into the perimeter of the club head to optimize the center of gravity. The Big Bertha Fusion fairway woods also feature Callaway’s Hyper Speed Face Cup, which generates high ball speeds across the entire face.

Features

  • Constructed with an ultra-strong triaxial carbon and steel fusion
  • Hyper Speed Face Cup that generates high ball speeds
  • Strategically positioned weight to increase MOI
  • Designed to deliver faster club head speeds and unparalleled forgiveness

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It says 43" standard for length of this 7 wood. Callaway website says standard length for this 7 wood is less than 43". Is this used one really 43" in length or is it the standard 41.5-42"?

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The 7 wood is actually 42 inches standard. That is what the length of this one is.

Rudi Fann     1 year ago     0 of 0 found this useful

Is the stiffness an F3 or F4

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