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Callaway 2002 Big Bertha Set Irons Review

Callaway 2002 Big Bertha Set


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Wide, rounded constant wide sole design positions weight low and deep with reduced turf drag VFT technology and patented 360° variable undercut channel provide tremendous forgiveness New loft progression and set progression- 4-10 iron and wedge - eliminates the distance gap between the 9 iron and pitching wedge.


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Review Date
April 25, 2017

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Kjay ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
2002 Callaway Big Bertha Irons

Summary:
20 years ago I played enough golf to carry a 10 handicap. Never had a lesson and really never had a golfers swing. Just played so much golf that I came up with a swing that worked for me. I went through a few changes in clubs Tommy Armour 845s - 855s and others - lately had been playing some Adams Golf irons. I never really got comfortable with them and I really hadn't been playing much golf for the last 15 years. Recently I decided to revive my game and started hitting the range on a regular basis. I had picked up a 2002 Big Bertha 3 iron in a pawn shop years ago and had never really been able to hit it but working with my swing on the range and finally putting together a fundamentally sound swing I started crushing that 3 iron on the range. I'm 62 years old and I'm suddenly hitting a 3 iron a legit 200 yards again. So I got on ebay and bought the 4 and 5 iron in the same RCH 75i light flex and the results were the same. So I now have added the 6 through the sand wedge and I'm still spending a lot more time on the range than on the course but I used to play with three of my friends every Sunday and always held my own in the skins and side bets but the last few years when I've only payed the occasional round I've been donating a lot of money to the group. I think with the new swing and the Big Bertha irons I fixin' to start taking my money back. Definitely the best clubs I've ever had in my bag.



Review Date
August 5, 2014

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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 5 of 5

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4.09 of 5, 23.00 votes

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Reviewed by: Jon ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Big Bertha 2002 Irons

Summary:
This is an awesome set of clubs. Growing up, I had a knock off set of the same model and loved them. I then moved to more of a players iron(Cleveland TA7 Tour), and though I played well with them, I missed the high ball flight of my old clubs. Since I had already given away my knock off set, I decided to buy a used set of the real deal from Callaway preowned. I have to say, these are the nicest clubs I have ever hit. If my game is on, it doesnt matter what clubs I'm using. If my game is off, these clubs can really save a round with their forgiveness. No matter your skill level (I typically shoot 82-84 from the back tees), you will find that these clubs flat out perform.

Similar Products Used:
Callaway Big Bertha 2002 Knock Off, Cleveland TA7 Tour



Review Date
July 20, 2012

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

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 4 of 5

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4.17 of 5, 18.00 votes

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Reviewed by: Willy B ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
Big Bertha Irons 2002

Summary:
Definitley not a great golfer but am on the up! Have borrowed Brosnan's and Maxfli's from mates, have found them a bit inconsitent but recently purchased the Callaway Big Bertha 2002 on Ebay for $180 and have found improvement with all the irons instantly. Very forgiving and alot smoother shots played.
Would be fair to say you pay for what you get. I'd be reluctant to consider upgrading in years to come.

Similar Products Used:
Brosnan and Maxfli.



Review Date
November 16, 2010

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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 5 of 5

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3.80 of 5, 20.00 votes

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Reviewed by: alfa ,  Shoots in the 100s

Model Reviewed:
Callaway Big Bertha 2002

Summary:
I´ve started golf just 6 months ago. I took some lessons and ´ve done all what is recomended out there in order to improve my game, however,being honest: I suck. In that period I have tried at least 5 diferent iron sets, most of them old sets that friends borrowed me (King Cobra II, Tommy Armour 845, Taylor Made R7, etc) and have to admit that the problem was me, not the arrows. I really consider myself the worst golf player in the world, and even was thinking about giving up. And then...I bought this clubs. Today was my second day in the course using this irons (3-S, uniflex shafts), and had some shots that almost made me cry. The ball fly high and straight, no more slice, no more problems. I still have a long road but this irons save me today (9 holes with some job buddies, that have 20 years of golf each..you know how it is...and my game was not bad at all, I even beat them in two holes). My confidence is in an unknown level and I can´t stop thinking of golf. Love this babies.

Similar Products Used:
King Cobra II, Tommy Armour 845, Taylor Made R7, Maxfli 8don´t remember the model)



Review Date
October 28, 2010

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Dave L. ,  Shoots in the 70s

Model Reviewed:
2002 Big Bertha Irons

Summary:
I have had 4 sets of this iron in steel, regular flex, firm and strong flex over the years. E-Bay buy and sell you know a real club junkie, I have a set of Fusions now that are great but the 2002 Bertha's ARE the best irons I have ever hit/played, the only problem is I tend to hit a hook and the offset with a quick swing can be a problem. If you want to lower your scores and hit a long iron as well these are the irons.

Customer Service:

The best of any product or service I have ever used.

Similar Products Used:
Big Bertha 1994/x-12/x-14/x-16/x-20/Fusions/DCI's/Mizuno Grads



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