Big Bertha 1994 Review

A Review of the Callaway Big Bertha 1994 Irons

As golfers, we’re all familiar with the Callaway name and well-deserved reputation for making high quality golf clubs.  But how many of us know much about the beginnings of the Callaway Big Bertha line of irons?  Not many, I bet …

That’s why I thought we’d take a little walk together down Memory Lane, back to 1994 when the first set of Callaway Big Bertha irons came out.

Back then, a lot of avid amateur players thought Callaway Big Bertha 1994 irons were golf perfection – solid, accurate AND forgiving.  And people said their overall quality was superb.  But that was then, and this is now.  So, you might be wondering why Callaway’s 1994 Big Bertha irons are worth talking about.  After all, they’re almost 20 years old.

Well, it’s mainly because these are the original Big Bertha irons.  They were almost revolutionary when they came out and were one of the pioneers in the movement toward easier to hit, more forgiving irons.  In fact, these Big Berthas were Callaway Golf’s first game-improvement clubs.

Imagine how much less fun the game would be without game-improvement irons!  We might still be struggling with small-headed, narrow-soled, unforgiving irons that are hard to hit crisply.

So, Callaway Big Bertha 1994 irons are definitely worth talking about.  They’re also worth playing – I know because I borrowed a friend’s set (4-iron through pitching wedge) and played them for a round on my home course.

Here’s a little information about the 1994 Callaway Big Bertha irons and how they play:

First of all, these cavity-back irons have wide soles, a low center of gravity and perimeter weighting.  Those particular features decrease your chances of digging into the turf, make it easier to hit higher balls, and make the clubs more forgiving on off-center hits.

The bore-through hosels on the 1994 Big Bertha irons have evolved into one of Callaway’s core technologies.  Callaway still uses this design today.  Having the shaft extend all the way through the club head makes the head more stable at impact, so the club is more accurate and gives you better feel.

I can’t say they felt like butter when I tried them out, but the Callaway Big Bertha 1994 irons did feel very solid and well balanced.  The distance gapping between each club in the set was consistent, and my shots flew high and straight.  What more could anyone ask? I hope this Big Bertha 1994 review has been helpful.

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