>What is really the difference between Callaway's Big Bertha and Great Big
>Bertha? I've heard that the Great Big Berthas give you 20 more yards, but
>for $400? I think that's a little insane. Why not just buy a Big Bertha
>driver for about $200-$250 and lost 20 yards. Besides, hitting farther is
>not always better because if you mess up, you mess up 20 yard farther!
>Any suggestions as to the difference?
Trust me...I traded my Big Bertha 10 degree driver for a Great Big
Bertha 9 degree - the BB had a men's regular flex, the GBB had a men's
firm flex, but they feel the same (dunno why, but it's true). I'm
getting at *least* another 20 yards off the tee and some pretty
impressive gotta-have-it fairway additional yards (particularly in a
stiff wind when I need to keep it down, but really need the yardage).
I've always had a problem with slice/push shots and, yes, I'd
slice/push it a wee bit farther - at least, until I put some lead tape
on the toe of that driver. Helps a bit. OTOH, if your short game is
lame, another 20 yards off the tee or out of the fairway isn't gonna
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