In early 2014, Callaway released the Big Bertha Alpha driver. With it, they introduced the ability to adjust a driver's center of gravity up or down through their patented Gravity Core. While this was an innovation in driver adjustability, the club itself didn't really find its way into the hands of the masses.
The second generation of the Big Bertha Alpha is here, with the introduction of the Big Bertha Alpha 815. Callaway claims that this club establishes a new driver category: a driver that maximizes distance with low spin and is still forgiving. It's a pretty bold claim by Callaway, but they feel that they have created a driver that will be a good fit for most golfers.
Is it the real deal, or just marketing hype? Read on, to find out.