Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

New Equipment Story

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

New Equipment Story

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When it comes to the latest in golf equipment nothing is hotter than the Callaway GBB Epic drivers and fairway woods.

After launching the original Big Bertha driver in 1991, and later the Great Big Bertha, Callaway Golf has come a long way with its latest version.

The GBB Epic and Epic Sub Zero drivers come with two crucial adjustment features: the OptiFit Hosel and Adjustable Perimeter Weighting. The drivers sell for $500.

"They are definitely the hottest thing on the market and living up to the hype," said Craig West, retail sales manager at Pro Am Golf.

The OptiFit Hosel comes on all Callaway Epic adjustable drivers and fairway woods. It has two independent cogs an upper cog and a lower cog that rotate independently to provide eight total loft and lie possibilities.

The Epic and Epic Sub Zero drivers come in lofts of 9 degrees that is adjustable from eight to 11 degrees and 10.5 degrees that is adjustable from 9.5 to 12.5 degrees.

The club head is 460cc and has two interchangeable weights in the head (2 grams and 12 grams) to adjust spin-rate and launch angle. …

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