Callaway Golf Men's Left-Handed Big Bertha Fairway Woods 3 Wood Uniflex Flex (16 Degrees)

By Darin McGilvra

The Men's Left-Handed Big Bertha Fairway Woods 3 Wood Uniflex Flex (16 Degrees) was made by Callaway Golf from 2007 to early 2009. Callaway stopped making it when it introduced the Big Bertha Diablo fairway woods. However, these fairway woods can be found at shops or websites that specialize in used golf clubs and some pro shops may still have new clubs in stock.

Big Bertha

The Big Bertha 3-wood is a part of a fairway wood set that was a continuation of the Big Bertha series introduced in 1991. This line was named after the Big Bertha cannons that were used by the Germans during World War I. These cannons were famous for their distance and accuracy.

Clubhead

The Big Bertha 3-wood clubhead is made of stainless steel and has a larger head than previous versions and the original Big Bertha driver. It is designed to provide a larger hitting area for effective shots and is also has a longer face. This is intended to improve the forgiveness of the club as well as the performance.

Specifications

All Big Bertha 3-woods have a 16-degree angle of loft and a 56-degree angle of lie. This specific club has a swing weight that is rated at D4. Swing weights will vary depending on the type of shaft. Other fairway woods available in the Big Bertha line include the 5-wood, the 7-wood and the 9-wood.

Uniflex Shaft

The stainless steel shaft came in only one flex, which is why it is called uniflex. The shaft is 42.5 inches long and weighs 112 grams. It has a low torque and a mid-range kickpoint, which is the area on the shaft that exhibits the greatest amount of flex. The Big Bertha 3-woods also are available with the Big Bertha Fairway Shafts, which can have light flex, regular flex and stiff flex.

Warranty

If you are able to purchase this club new, it is guaranteed for two years from the date of purchase against defects of any type. The company will replace or repair any Callaway Golf club that is defective. If the club wasn't purchased through an authorized Callaway Golf dealer, the warranty will not be honored.

About The Author

Darin McGilvra is a writer in Southern California. He has been a writer since 1997. He worked as a sports writer and copy editor for newspapers for more than 12 years before becoming a freelance writer. His articles have appeared recently in "The Californian" newspaper in Temecula, Calif. McGilvra holds a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics education from Northwest Nazarene College.

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