Introducing Big Bertha REVA: Callaway’s new women’s-exclusive line
Callaway’s Big Bertha line has always been about offering the most forgiving clubs possible, making this frustrating game just a little more manageable. In 2023 that looks like the 2023 Big Bertha, and also the new Big Bertha REVA, which offers a line exclusively engineered for women who want more distance, accuracy, and confidence from their set.
“We’re proud to be making the best performance products for women,” said Kim Johnson, who leads the Women’s Task Force at Callaway. “We’re No. 1 on the LPGA Tour, and we make something for every woman no matter where they are in their golf journey. You’re going to see a lot of effort from the women’s task force at Callaway, we have a lot of different opinions based on a lot of consumer insights. We’ve done a ton of research with LPGA players all the way to women who are just starting in the game.”
Prices and availability
The new Big Bertha REVA driver is priced at $499, while the fairway woods are $299, and hybrids are $259 each. Big Bertha REVA irons are available in a stock 5-PW set and are priced at $1,099, and individual irons are from $183 and up. Callaway is also offering an irons/hybrid set for $1,399.
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Big Bertha REVA driver
The Big Bertha REVA driver is designed for avid female golfers who want maximum forgiveness and distance and has been engineered specifically to create easy-to-launch shots.
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Callaway Women’s Big Bertha REVA Driver
The REVA driver utilizes the same technology as the new standard Big Bertha, including A.I. designed Jailbreak, a triaxial carbon crown, an adjustable hosel design and a draw-biased center of gravity, but with every component from the head to the grip better optimized for weight reduction.
Fairway Woods and Hybrids
The fairway woods feature a confidence-inspiring shallow profile to make them forgiving off the tee and easy to elevate from the fairway where most players struggle to get the ball in the air consistently. To further help create launch, the fairway woods have on average 3 degrees more loft than the standard Big Bertha, and lighter overall weight to create more speed and spin for additional carry.
Women’s Big Bertha REVA Fairway Woods
The hybrids offer high launch and forgiveness thanks to precision-located tungsten to help approach shots fly higher. The REVA hybrids are available all the way down to a 9-iron replacement to help golfers at the lowest end of the speed spectrum get the ball in the air easier.
Callaway Women’s Big Bertha REVA Hybrid
The Big Bertha REVA irons feature custom-tuned lofts, swing weights, and components designed to help female golfers launch the ball higher and easier with next-level forgiveness. This is achieved with help of precision tungsten weighting inside and outside of the head to progressively push the center of gravity lower through the set to increase launch.
“This is a core iron for the women’s game,” Johnson said, “and compared to Big Bertha the tungsten is positioned differently to help create a design for women. It’s a confidence-inspiring iron, and the number one thing women want is the same thing men want from their clubs which is distance, and this iron delivers that.”
Callaway Women’s Big Bertha REVA Irons
Women’s Big Bertha REVA Irons/Hybrids Combo Set
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