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2014 Callaway Big Bertha Driver - 10.5* - stock Fubuki R, headcover and tool

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PaPaD

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Good shape. Only paint nicks are along the groove where the weight slides (see pics). All stock headcover and tool included. $140 shipped CONUS, PayPal Please - no trades.

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Missed that, Steve. Had the window so that I couldn't see the title.

Good luck with your sale.

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It feels "dead" on impact. With the settings I had it on, it was a straight shooter, but I tested it over 18 holes and it was no straighter or longer than my Acer XS component driver head with a Grafalloy Pro Launch Blue shaft. I built that club for about $80 total and it is a killer!

I think the Fubuki on the Callaway was a bit stiff in the tip - it was R flex, but did not feel very lively.
 

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It feels "dead" on impact. With the settings I had it on, it was a straight shooter, but I tested it over 18 holes and it was no straighter or longer than my Acer XS component driver head with a Grafalloy Pro Launch Blue shaft. I built that club for about $80 total and it is a killer!

I think the Fubuki on the Callaway was a bit stiff in the tip - it was R flex, but did not feel very lively.
For me feel is the most important. Feel inspires confidence. Confidence means you're playing well.










Most of the time.
 
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For me feel is the most important. Feel inspires confidence. Confidence means you're playing well. Most of the time.

Feel and sound are so important to me. I have sold many clubs that performed well and felt or sounded like crap. I am really in love with a PING Rapture 9 iron and a K15 7 iron that I picked up recently - the titanium face's sound and feel at impact is SWEEEEET! I may look for a set of Raptures or K15s.
 

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Feel and sound are so important to me. I have sold many clubs that performed well and felt or sounded like crap. I am really in love with a PING Rapture 9 iron and a K15 7 iron that I picked up recently - the titanium face's sound and feel at impact is SWEEEEET! I may look for a set of Raptures or K15s.
The Raptures are supposed to be the easiest of all Ping irons to play. Or at least that's what I remember from the Maltby Playability Factor rating I saw awhile back.

It also had the playability factor of the i3 blade as pretty low and I feel like they are easy to play, so take that for whatever it's worth. ;)
 

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Every adjustable driver I've hit (R1, Titty 910 another I can't remember) have felt dead. It's why I'm still gaming an FT Tour.
 
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