Ping G25 Irons Review
Ping say that they are for players of all abilities and we have to agree with them.
The Callaway Big Bertha Fusion irons were a pleasant surprise. When we first saw them we thought it was just another insert iron, but the unique construction of the head made for effortless hitting on a mid range trajectory. The weight of the head is all around the perimeter with a titanium face insert and the plastic back hardly weighing anything at all. This means reduced twisting of the club and more forgiveness. In our trial we found we could hit the ball high and low and for mid and serious high handicappers, this is the iron we would go for - if you can afford them!
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Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Irons - Product Details
|Launch Date UK||01 November 2004|
|Hand Availability||Left, Right|
|Shaft Flex||X Stiff, Stiff, Regular, Light|
|Set Makeup||3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, PW, SW|
|Additional Clubs||2, GW, LW|
|Manufacturer's Website||Callaway Website|
I think these Callaway Big Bertha Fusion irons are very forgiving & well suited to the high handicaped golfer, they are well balanced & good looking, the only downside is the price.
Not my cup of tea. The Callaway Big Bertha Fusion irons seemed to squirt the ball out there and not hit it. They were easy to hit, but the ball did not come off the clubhead with any force. Not sure about the plastic looking part at the back and along with its chunky top line, were not the best looking irons I've ever seen. Have never felt comfortable with Callaway irons with their looks or the way they sit behind the ball and the Big Bertha Fusion irons have not changed my view in any way.
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“Nice-looking..performs ok..better value to be had elsewhere.” – May 2005
“Oversize forgiveness..traditional shape..plastic insert..price tag prohibitive.” – February 2005