I tried out the Diablo just this past weekend and I must say I was very impressed. Over that time the company has released countless versions of the driver that made them famous and many of them were fantastic drivers. We were a little surprised to find out that many of the high handicap players did not really care for the driver as much as we did. Basically, it features the massive sweetspot that we have come to expect from Callaway, but it also has something else Your review title You must enter a title. The headcover is well done as well.
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Decided to swap for the Diablo and it was the best decision I’ve made. I had been using a Cleveland Hi-Bore The shaft was not really to our overall liking but did not really take away from the testing of the club too much.
The forgiveness of the irons was better than the X-Forged, but not as good as the X so the Diablo irons will be ideal for single figure golfers. Dick, The domain name is a rub on words. Give it a try and our feeling is you will not be disappointed.
Callaway Big Bertha Diablo Driver Review | Equipment Reviews | Today’s Golfer
Surprised that the higher handicap players struggled. We think they have achieved this with style and we really like the way the cavity blends into the back of the iron as you go down through the set.
Of course I had my share of slicing, topping, clear missing, and every other bad thing but that was due to my inexperience. The Callaway Big Reviw Diablo irons combine a premium forged head with the modern styling that is common to the whole Diablo range.
Please try again later! What a great club. The distance was what really got me. But the club seemed to have promise.
I will be demoing the FT-9 later this week. But that is why I love the reviews because there are real world thoughts. We would have preferred a different shaft in the club, but that is more about preference than quality. Thank you, your review has been submitted successfully and will be included on the page once approved.
The irons combine a carpenter steel face, providing a higher ball speed and shifting weight to the perimeter of the club, with a carbon steel body that provides a level of feel and feedback that the elite golfer demands. Osahar February 14, – 5: My distance was disappointing and the same nasty slice I experienced before was still there. One by one we marched up and down the range having golfers of all skill levels tee it up with this soon to be released driver.
It flies straight and long! We found that the club scored very highly for both distance and accuracy while the generous and forgiving clubhead responds well to any off centre hits without big losses in length or accuracy. In the following three rounds of course play with the Big Bertha Diablo, I have stayed in the fairway consistently and have driven longer than ever before.
I liked the club so much that I went to the store immediately to buy it. Basically, it features the massive sweetspot that we have come to expect from Callaway, but it also has something else Thanks for the write up.
Callaway Big Bertha Diablo Irons Review – Golfalot
I played with the NSPRO stiff shaft and that makes the swing looks perfect as the light steel shaft works with the cavity back design and hard face.
LouBoy March 16, – Very colorful and has a nice pull tab to get it off the driver and out of your golf bag quite easily. If you like a driver to make a definitive thud at impact, this is your baby.
Odyssey Red Ball Putter. My drives with the Diablo averages yds. Mike Turner February 13, – The results were automatic and the same for all four of the players.