The driver Big Bertha Reva created for ladies
by ANDREA GUSSONI | VIEW 1316
The Driver Big Bertha Reva was designed especially for ladies. It promises more distance thanks to numerous technologies.
Big Bertha Reva, driver
In addition to the new boost given by Callaway to its Big Bertha range, the brand played in particular by Jon Rahm has announced the release of a new driver dedicated to women under the name REVA, created in 2020.
It is made for women who want to play with more confidence, more distance, more precision, and hit better shots from the start. Big Bertha REVA drivers are designed specifically for female golfers. Lofts, swingweights, shafts and the XL face are all engineered for confidence, high launch and power.
The XL face of the Big Bertha REVA features a large sweet spot and uses state-of-the-art A.I. technology to optimize speed and spin across the entire face. The all-new lightweight Jailbreak System has been improved to provide stability and increased ball speed across the face.
With its generously stretched profile and a large head shape, the Big Bertha REVA inspires confidence and always offers more forgiveness. The REVA is easy to play from the start thanks to a triaxial carbon crown and lightweight components.
The Driver Big Bertha Reva is already available at a price of 579 € in loft 10.5° and 12.5° for right-handed and left-handed users. The Rules of Golf are a set of standard rules and procedures by which the sport of golf should be played.
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