Callaway Big Bertha B-21 family

The vast majority of recreational golfers do not have the consistency needed to make their golf equipment perform as it should. So Callaway conducted an extensive study of high-handicap players to learn more about what they do, how often they practice and what they need from their woods and irons to get better results.

Not surprisingly, they learned golfers who shoot in the 90s and 100s rarely practice or take lessons, they hit the ball all over the face and they struggle with a slice.

So Callaway went about designing a new super-game-improvement family of clubs – the Big Bertha B-21 driver, fairway woods, hybrids and irons – to help golfers find more fairways off the tee and get more consistent results on approach shots.

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