Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Driver Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 5 out of 5
  • Owner Rating Not yet rated
  • RRP £369.00

What we say...


Callaway’s most forgiving driver ever. A triaxial carbon crown is fused with a lightweight titanium Exo-Cage body to free up 34g of weight which is located low and deep to raise forgiveness and stability. The option of a 1” shorter shaft boosts your chances of hitting the centre of the face more often which means higher consistent ball speeds and improved accuracy and control.

Our verdict:

Make no bones about it the Fusion is an MOI monster. And by MOI we don’t just mean forgiveness to help hit shots straighter. More resilience to twisting means you also lose less ball speed on off centre hits so shots go further when you don’t hit the centre of the face. The blunted “triangular” head shape divided opinion more than an in/out Brexit referendum, but if you can stomach it you’re in for a real treat. Simon in particular racked up some great numbers posting an average ball speed and carry distance on par with Callaway’s Epic Sub Zero, from the 1” shorter shaft. We can’t say for sure it was more accurate than a longer driver, but we do reckon if you struggle for consistency with the driver the 1” Under concept is well worth further investigation.

Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Driver

Bottom line:

You won’t see any Fusion’s in the hands of Callaway’s tour players as we reckon it’s a model that’s been designed almost exclusively for the club player. Its slightly higher spinning head and oodles of forgiveness is well suited to adding carry distance particularly at average to


Product Information

Lofts: 9°, 10.5°, 13.5°

Stock shafts: UST Recoil or Mitsubishi Diamana Red Board

Adjustable hosel: Yes

How much loft change: +2°/-1°

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