BIG BERTHA FUSION WOODS
Exo-Cage weight repositioned for more forgiveness Golfers seeking both distance and accuracy off the tee HOW MUCH £369 (driver) and £229 (fairway) KEY TECH AIMED AT
Twelve years on from the original Fusion woods, Callaway has reinvented the line via an aerospacegrade titanium exoskeleton called an Exo-Cage. This has been paired with a crown and sole made from triaxial carbon, which is over 65 per cent less dense than titanium and more than 35 per cent thinner than Callaway’s previous composite material, to relocate 35g inside the Big Bertha Fusion driver.
The centre of gravity (CG) has therefore been optimised and the moment of inertia (MOI) increased by 17 per cent compared to XR16 – a huge jump that increases forgiveness.
This driver also incorporates Speed Step technology for a more aerodynamic head and comes in two shaft-length options: 44.5” for enhanced control or 45.5” for greater distance potential.
A forgiving Big Bertha Fusion fairway joins the driver, sharing its extremely high MOI design to boost off-centre performance. Its crown is also made from triaxial carbon and is 78 per cent lighter than a titanium crown.
Available from September 30, the driver comes in 9˚, 10.5˚ and 13.5˚ and costs £369. The fairway comes in 15˚, 18˚ and 21˚ at £229.