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Callaway Men's Big Bertha Fusion Drivers

Callaway's Most Forgiving Driver Ever

Through the years, the majority of Callaway drivers that were made available to the public included forgiveness at or near the top of their list of playability attributes. So when Callaway says that the Big Bertha Fusion is the most forgiving driver the company has ever made, it’s time to pay attention. Being able to make a driver this forgiving started with a new construction approach, as the clubhead features a titanium Exo-Cage that is surrounded by lightweight, high-strength triaxial carbon in the crown and sole. In all, engineers would up with an amazing 35 grams of discretionary weight that has been positioned along the perimeter of the clubface and low and deep in the clubhead to create a low CG and incredible forgiveness. The discretionary weight also allowed for a new aerodynamic head shape that not only maximizes forgiveness but speed as well, and a Speed Step on the crown, taken from the XR series and Callaway’s collaboration with aerospace giant Boeing, also helps create faster swing speeds and more distance. Also unique is that Callaway is offering the Fusion driver in two different stock lengths, 44.5 inches and 45.5 inches. Both will have the same swing weight but the longer option was designed for players who strike the ball solidly but need more distance, while the shorter option is for players who need help in finding the sweet spot more often. Also of note, an adjustable hosel that allows for three degrees of loft adjustment is part of the Fusion’s design to help players create their preferred ball flight and trajectory. Additionally, Callaway has partnered with UST and the Fusion will feature the first ever Recoil driver shafts with stock options in the 40- and 50-gram weight class that from a profile standpoint will deliver higher launch and spin conditions. The popular Diamana Red is also available as a stock shaft option.


Shafts UST Recoil • Mitsubishi Diamana Red
Grip Golf Pride
Length 45.5"
Headcover Yes
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Ideal For:

Players of all ability levels. While some might read the Fusion’s description and believe it’s a driver solely for the mid- or high-handicap player, Callaway doesn’t believe that’s the case and has seen impressive results in testing Fusion with lower-handicap players, especially in the shorter stock length of 44.5 inches. As forgiving as this club is, that shouldn’t come as a surprise, because it’s probably the better player who values accuracy more than the higher-handicap player, who might tend to chase distance first and foremost. This driver will offer both distance and accuracy, however, which is why it’s likely to end up in a lot of bags.

TGW Customer Feedback on the Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Driver

Watch our TGW customer feedback on the Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Driver.

Titanium Exo-Cage

The new internal Exo-Cage, made of titanium, allows engineers to reposition weight to increase forgiveness and swing speed for great distance and accuracy with greater feel.

Triaxial Carbon

New triaxial carbon is included in the crown and sole. This new material is extremely light and strong, creating more forgiveness and stability while providing a unqiue braided appearance.

Low Deep CG

The low and deep location of the center of gravity makes it easy to launch the ball higher with longer carry distance while strategically placed weight in the heel of the club creates more draw bias to help eliminate slices.

What They're Saying...

“This is the most forgiving driver that Callaway has ever created. And when you think about the history of Callaway and drivers, to say that this is the most forgiving driver we’ve ever created is a big statement.”

Dave Neville, Callaway Senior Director of Brand Management for Metal Woods and Wedges

“It’s the first time ever we’ve offered two stock lengths. We have the normal 45.5 and we have the 1-inch under. The 1-inch under has a 12-gram weight, so it’s a pretty elegant solution. It doesn’t mess up the swing weight when you go with the 1-inch under. They’re both at a target of D2. If you’re a golfer who always hits it in the center of the face and you need as many yards as you can get, go with the longer. But if you’re a player that’s kind of hitting it all over the face, you might try the shorter one.”

Dave Neville, Callaway Senior Director of Brand Management for Metal Woods and Wedges

“We really think this is going to work for a broad range of golfers. We think a lot of better players like forgiveness. We are going to test this out on Tour. It’s a club that can be used by low-handicappers, by Tour players, and also for anyone who needs that maximum forgiveness.”

Dave Neville, Callaway Senior Director of Brand Management for Metal Woods and Wedges

Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Drivers Shaft Information
Mitsubishi Diamana Red
Flex Weight Torque Launch
Regular 55g 5.8° Mid
Stiff 58g 5.0° Mid
UST Recoil ES 440 Graphite
Flex Weight Torque Launch
Senior 46g High High
Regular 47g High High
UST Recoil ES 450 Graphite
Flex Weight Torque Launch
Senior 53g Mid-High Mid-High
Regular 56g Mid-High Mid-High
Stiff 58g Mid-High Mid-High
Callaway Men's Big Bertha Fusion Drivers is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Driver Overall I absolutely love this driver! I love how it looks and feels! the only thing I wish I had was 5 oz counter weight in, I think with the 12 oz counter weight it's causing me to hit a little to high, i don't I could be wrong! I am just an amateur!!!
Date published: 2017-11-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to swing, great feel Bought the 44.5 inch, 9 degree model with an Aldila Rogue Silver regular shaft. I have a consistent 95 mph swing speed and this shaft is just right. With the club set at 10 degrees, I get a nice mid trajectory for the ball flight. I get a more consistent dispersion and distance with this driver, Highly recommend this club.
Date published: 2017-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Forgiving and increased my distance! I was professionally fit by a top fitter. I tried several clubs that he gave me with several shafts. I am not a long hitter but am consistent with a 7 hcp. I tested outdoors on a Trackman. My previous driver averaged 215-220 yds. After trying a few brands we worked through the EPIC and Fusion. The Fusion topped them all. With the Fujikura shaft I was averaging just over 240 yds consistently. That is a major gain. I am very satisfied. Fantastic club, and it pays to be professionally fitted.
Date published: 2017-11-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Callaway nailed it with the Fusion Was a little hesitant to go with another Callaway driver after my GBB cracked and then with the replacement, the weight would not lock into place (it was a refurb so who knows). I was pleasantly surprised when I took this Fusion 44.5 inch recoil out to the range. There was a pretty consistent head wind, about 15 mph straight on. Hit 5 shots after warming up, 3/5 smack dab in the middle and 2/5 more off the toe. All shots seemed to soar and pierce through the wind consistently landing at about 240-250. Really liked the more muted sound compared to the GBB. Only thing I didn't care for was the launch angle which was pretty high but knocked it down 1 degree to 9.5 and it was much better. Great investment if you're not willing to shell out the $499 for the Epic. FYI handicap of 11 with draw tendency.
Date published: 2017-07-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fan of Callaway Drivers Switched to this driver from an X2 Hot. Love the look of the driver at setup. Only about 5 - 10 yrs longer than the X2 Hot, but misses are no more than a few yards, left or right. Great fairway buster . Recommend getting a custom shaft. Very pleased with this purchase.
Date published: 2017-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredible! Love the sound the Fusion makes on impact. Distance is as good as anything I've hit before but keeping the ball in play is light years beyond all those clubs. Between the seemingly light weight and probably more importantly, the 44.5 inch length, the Fusion feels so much easier to square up than any driver I've hit the last 15 years. I actually have CONFIDENCE hitting a driver for the first time in a long time and that allows me to make a better swing on the ball and find more fairways a lot more often than I ever did before. THANK YOU CALLAWAY FOR PRODUCING A DRIVER WITH THROWBACK (44.5") LENGTH!
Date published: 2017-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Big Bertha Fusion I bought this club off of ebay a few months ago. I got the 45.5 length w/ the mitsubishi regular flex shaft, personally i've hit all types of shafts and to me i don't feel a difference. I was a little unsure of this club because of the size of the head and it's triangular look but it has amazed me. I get an over the top swing when i get tired or just being lazy and this club is really forgiving on my bad swings. I just recently won a long drive contest at a tournament a few weekends ago with this bad boy! believe me you will not regret buying this stick, for those who love the old school stuff and are hesitant i was just like you until i stepped out of my comfort zone and tried it. I will not go back.
Date published: 2017-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from About time I bought this after trying multiple drivers and was reconciled to driving with my three wood to hit the fairway because I could not consistently keep the ball on the short stuff with any of the 46 indrivers I tried. I tried mini drivers too but was never happy with the contact consistency on the smaller sweet spot. Not big enough face for the tee and impossible in the fairway. I even tried shorting the shaft on one of my older rejects but the swing weight changed and it felt too light. This 44.5 in version lets me hit the center of the face much more consistently. My best hits are a little (< 10 yes) shorter but my average hit is both longer and straighter. If I played or practiced more, maybe I wouldn't need this but I need to keep my job. I don't love the sound of the hit but I like the way it looks in the air. I don'care about the look: come'on, it's a 450 cc driver - big and ugly like everybody else. Bottom line, the consistency of fairway driving improves my game overall.
Date published: 2017-05-07
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