The Big Bertha driver should be an outstanding club for any beginning golfer. It may sound like a club for an experienced "big hitter," but the Big Bertha has a greater hitting area and is also more forgiving than most other drivers.
This is a club that should be easier for the beginning golfer to master. The BK hybrid is not as long as some of the bigger drivers out there and it will leave the golfer feeling as if he has more control, as if swinging an iron. Control is the key for a golfer to feel comfortable.
Callaway makes outstanding clubs for golfers at all levels and that holds true for beginners. A Callaway FT IQ driver is more forgiving and that's what most beginners need. Ideally, a golfer will hit the ball in the middle of the driver's face. But beginners are not going to be able to do that, and the FT IQ driver will allow the golfer to hit a decent shot even when he doesn't hit the ball squarely.