Features and customization
The irons come in multiple customization options. There are men`s and women`s options as well as choice for left-handed or right-handed golfers.
The new irons come with improved technology in the face. The Exo-Cage construction manages to address two main concerns at this level: weight and sturdiness. Weight distribution has been the main concerns of high-quality irons manufacturing. Some brands use the weight redistribution to lower the center of gravity from the top to the sole. This trend has been implemented with some success by the major manufacturers. Big Bertha has managed to lower the weight of the irons without making and engineering compromise on strength and durability. The weight is now positioned strategically for improved performance.
It also allowed for what to become the new face technology. The 360 Face Cup was engineered to the limit of what is USGA approved. Many manufacturers design their technologies to be USGA approved for major tournaments. Big Bertha pushed the COR of the face closely to what is approved by the USGA. Because of the tight regulations, the engineering can`t be just improve for performance as it has to adhere to the rules. Pushing the limits of what engineering is possible with mass-manufactured irons has gotten the Big Bertha to improve the final results on distance. Faster ball speed are now the norm with new irons and the manufacturer managed to find the right balance between performance, tight regulations, new technologies and engineering all of them to a reasonable level.
Callaway Big Bertha irons use some of the best materials to achieve these goals. The Exo-Cage design is one of the best performing designs in the market. It proves to be great for saving weight which is crucial for placing the center of gravity in the desired location or in multiple locations. The Exo-Cages design is also great to the solid frame which can support various side materials. Similar designs have been used by other brands, but none of them really managed to integrate it as well as Callaway. Players which can afford the price will be well-served on training days and on tournaments as all irons adhere to the USGA regulations. If you are looking for an iron with good design which positively impacts performance, you will be well served by Big Bertha Irons.