Callaway launches Great Big Bertha Epic drivers

Callaway reveals new Great Big Bertha Epic Sub Zero driver, to be played by Rory McIlroy. 

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Callaway has launched a new Great Big Bertha Epic driver and Great Big Bertha Epic Sub Zero driver - the latter of which has gone straight in the bag of Rory McIlroy for the start of the 2017 season. 

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The Great Big Bertha Epic driver represents an 'epic' shift in the way the head and face behave to enhance power, spearheaded by new Jailbreak Technology and the clubhead's innovative Exo-Cage/triaxial carbon construction.

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Epic’s power is based on Callaway's innovative new Jailbreak Technology, which changes the fundamental way the head and clubface behave at impact to deliver more ball speed and distance.

The key structural components of a metalwood – crown, sole and face – each bend, flex and rebound at impact, and since they’re connected, they influence each other’s dynamics. Jailbreak Technology creates an efficient relationship between these components to promote more ball speed across a much larger area of the face.

RRP: £469
Lofts: 9, 10.5 and 13.5-degree
Length: 45.5'
Available: January 27 

Callaway's new Great Big Bertha Epic Sub Zero driver, to be played by world number two McIlroy, is touted by the company as a "powerful, low-spinning Tour-level driver that’s also very forgiving."

Like the standard model, the driver features new Jailbreak Technology. 

RRP: £469
Lofts: 9 and 10.5-degree
Length: 45.5'
Available: January 27
 

For more information visit the Callaway Golf website