Callaway’s Great Big Bertha driver is getting even bigger. Following the successful introduction of the GBB II Titanium last year, the Chessington-based club-makers are introducing GBBII 415 Titanium, with a choice of three lofts.
And there will also be a ‘hot’ version available in Europe that exceeds the USGA and R&A ‘spring effect’ regulations.
Callaway says the size increase over the original 380cc GBB II Titanium driver allows their engineers to increase stability, performance and forgiveness for golfers of all skill levels. It will be launched at the PGA Merchandise Show in Florida later this month at a price of £349.
It will be available in nine, 10 and 11-degree lofts with five graphite shaft options – the GBB System 60 (light, regular, firm and strong) and 44-inch Gems 50 ladies flex.
Says Callaway’s Ron Drapeau: "By adding the new Great Big Bertha II 415 Titanium driver to the line-up, we now offer an exciting option to golfers looking for a Callaway driver with a larger clubhead and more forgiveness."