You can get a brand new Callaway Big Bertha Alpha for under £130


Welcome to our weekly round-up of the best value golf equipment deals the internet has to offer. This week, we've got a top-notch Callaway driver for less than £130, a super-light golf bag for under £40, a putter that will help you hole more for £69.99, and a dozen quality balls that work out at not much more than £1 a pop. 

Save money. Save shots. 

Callaway Big Bertha Alpha – £129.99


The Big Bertha picked up the gold award in our 2014 Driver Test, recording the longest drives for two of our four testers. The Alpha is the version of the Big Bertha aimed at better players. If that's you, and you don't want to spend £400 on a driver, Clubhouse Golf have the Alpha available, brand new, for just £129.99. The loft is adjustable from 8-11 degrees, and you can choose from regular, stiff or senior shaft. 

Odyssey Versa #6 Black Putter – £69


Odyssey simply don't make bad putters. Whether you prefer a blade or mallet, stick an Odyssey in your hands and you won't go far wrong.

With the majority of missed putts being caused by poor alignment, the black and white contrast on the Versa #6 Black is designed to help your eyes determine exactly where the face is pointing at address. At just £69 from Online Golf, you really can't go wrong. 

Callaway Hyper-Lite 1 Double Strap Pencil Bag 2016 – £39.99


This bag weighs less than 1kg. Just think about that for a minute. It probably weighs less than your lunch. And costs less than what some people pay for a dozen balls

Unlike some pencil bags, it can hold a full set of clubs, so there's no reason you can't enjoy lightweight golf all year round. It also features features a double-strap for comfort, has a full-size apparel pocket, and is water proof. 

Srixon AD333 (Dozen) – £14.39


You already know that this is a good quality ball. You've probably played with one before. One of your regular playing partners probably swears by them. You may have found a few in your time. But did you know that you could buy them, brand new, for the equivalent of £1.20 per ball? For a ball that offers the sought-after combination of distance and feel, that's fantastic value. And it means you won't break into a cold sweat every time you face a shot over water. 

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