Callaway rolls out new Big Bertha ball


Callaway rolls out new Big Bertha ball
Callaway rolls out new Big Bertha ball
Callaway’s 2006 Big Bertha ball

Callaway Golf aims to make an impact with its latest Big Bertha ball – set to cost £18 per dozen from February 1.

It claims ‘ultra low’ compression, for a ‘very soft’ feel off the clubface but with ‘legendary distance’. It also features HEX aerodynamics, replacing conventional dimples to create a seamless covering for improved lift and stability in flight.

The makers say the new two-piece ball carries a combination of hallmarks from the BB Red and BB Blue balls launched in 2004 – power and distance, yet controllable feel around the green.

"The technology we built into the core of this ball makes it perform unlike any other two-piece ball by adding terrific feel to great distance," says Callaway’s Mike Vagley, who’s in charge of development at the company’s manufacturing base near San Diego.

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