The Callaway Big Bertha is a club most golfers have grown up with. When I say that, maybe you haven't owned one before, but I'm pretty confident you know of the club and its history.
The original Big Bertha, released in 1997 revolutionised driver design.
Moreover, in the article, we're going to be taking a look at the 2014 Big Bertha Alpha double black driver to help you make your next driver purchase decision.
In the review below you'll see a video review from Rick Shiels and a few other hand picked independent reviews. If you are considering purchasing this golf club, we have also included a list of pros and cons and our standard rating table.
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CALLAWAY BIG BERTHA DRIVER
right guys so she's back the Callaway Big Bertha this is the new monster club that Callaway acclaiming is longer than it's ever been and I'm here to review it so using gc2 technology manager it shields down here at traffic girl center in Manchester what this club is offering it it's got the adjustability at the back like some other brand who can't call it slider but it's like the slider the TaylorMade SL the R so you can move the weight at the back to change it to more draw biased or more fade biased you've also got the adjustability in the heel here so you can put heavier weight in that section to help with the orientation of the face through impact so it falls out the face curve either close down or stay more neutral through impact and also you've got loads of adjustability on the neck so you can change this more upright in the shaft angle so you can you can make the club go more straight more left or more more nuclear sorry more to the right and also you can change the loft you can actually interesting they go to degrees up but only one degree down so this is a nine degree driver I've got this set up but you can go up to eleven or you can go down to eight so I'm going be testing this in nine degree today it's got the composit head to a very kind of lightweight design on the head it looks ridiculously good I mean it is a classic classic looking Club it's got the old Callaway kind of arrow at the top here for your alignment it's not all-singing all-dancing like other brands have started to come out with this is very very classic looking Club and I just love the Big Bertha you know when the big berth came out I'm sure many of you watching remember the big berth you have the the big burst and the great big berth are in the biggest Big Bertha and obviously now they're bringing that brand back in they've also got another they've got the sister Club to this which is the Big Bertha alpha which and we're testing on my channel also so do check that out if it's not already online and that one you can change a little bit more of it of the center of gravity but this is this is kind of their flagship one this is the one that they're pushing the most with the alpha just being kind of just on the back burner an alternative really so I'm gonna hit in four more shots I mean that one carried to 70 that my normal kind of cover II distance is about to 68 to 70 so I can carry to 70 I'm going to hit for more real golf balls down here on GC 2 then look at the end of the video going to give you some averages of how far this balls going does look good it feels great and off the face it's coming off hot it's coming off fast it feels good like so they've got this thinner face they're pushing the boundaries of how much this face can trample enough interested only went to 5 9 that's not as far but I would normally kind of like to see that shot go and it felt all right did go a little bit to the right we fail but it felt all right man likes that I've got this normally in I've got this in 9 degree we've also got it in the stock a FUBU key for Buki stiff flex and get the 50 grand one so it's quite a light shaft it does feel solid off the face I still have got everything in neutral here that went dead straight down the target I've 269 carry distance so about the carry distance I would normally like to see I don't know though is this Callaway exclaiming this is longer than longer than really long ever whether it's just not with me but I would expect a bit more length out of this that's got two more so decent hit that as well and I've hit that really really solid two five nine carry distance again this is not giving me the ultimate carry distance I'd like well I'm going to I'm going to hit one more golf shot with this I'm actually going to crank the loft up I'm going to pop it into the 11 degree setting and see if that gets me a little bit more distance out this girls club because this to me isn't going as far as it should do yet and the launch is quite low I'm launching at twelve point eight so I might just see if I launch it a bit higher whether I get bit more carry distance out of this that felt solid if that's I'm not locked yet that's not over 270 be surprised 271 so not too bad really but I'm going to crank this loft up so that I'm going to keep all that data so we can see all that because that's important let's let's change the loft of this and let's go two degrees up and I'll TaylorMade having a big push at the moment about loft changes but that's only because their center of gravity is so low so I'm just going to change it on the on the neck you know it's quite a complicated neck there's lots of little movement so I'm going to put it in neutral two degrees more loft fasten it up I said I've got all everything else in neutral setting so be interested now I'm going to hit three more shots and see if there's any real difference then my furthest one there was 271 it's given me an average of two six six which isn't quite where I would expect that to be just yet so new 11 degree of loft let's see if this changes any of the data at all most of the advantages golf with now the custom fitting options on them and just ridiculous obviously it presents a bit more loft at the face that setup it's amazing how much it does changes the appeal it setup really it does look a lot more lofted but this lacks a I want to be getting into too 70s with this golf club that was solid that was a nice hit 271 again so there's no no real difference to the one when I had just had it 9 degrees of loft it's spun slightly less ton launched higher than the average ones let's see after the 3 whether it's averaging in the 270's it just doesn't seem to quite be getting out there for whatever reason 2 5 7 that isn't too low got that's a short-girl shot really and whether it's just not offering that hot you know he enormous level of forgiveness I'm not too sure let's it one more you know I've hit them well today they're good solid golf shots through five seven again that's not performing how I would expect this golf club to perform particularly so if we look at the data now I'm going to throw all that data up on screen for you we have a quick look so I've highlighted the first five first and nine degree golf the nine degree when I added a nine degree setted it's given me an average carry distance of two six six which is okay you know I'm about two six eight to seventy normally what I'm seeing here though it's it's launching at what I would classes being about optimal thirteen point three but it's really spinning up you know three thousand revs of spins that's really spinning up I would like to get that much lower to 2000 and I've hit those nice they're off and it would look like so down the right column a little bit off on the dispersion but I think that's starting to me fans almost hit the ball a bit hard excite to drag it a bit more distance out of it but not quite as good as what I would expect this time if I highlight the 11 degree setting 262 with a maximum carry distance of two seven one exactly the same as the nine nine degree Club but it's it's launching funny enough it actually launched a little bit lower I've cranked a lot up it spawns like less but still not quite performing how I would expect this golf club to perform so guys that was my review of the Callaway Big Bertha I was really excited to try this gold I don't take my word for it still get out there and try it but after I've just tested the ping i20 5 and I don't wanna spoil the results of that do check out my channel of that you should see that in the description in the window just hit next to me the i-25 if you've not seen that yet going have a watch of that because that was surprisingly long I wasn't expecting to hit that quite as good but compared to the Big Bertha the i-25 blew this out the water guys next video I'm also gonna be trying out the callaway alpha so I'm going to check it out the alpha version of this which has got the center of gravity core I'm going to take the the shut the core out swap it around do some fiddling with it and see how varrick it up bad boy and allows my review says the Callaway Big Bertha not quite what I want like that I'm trying to get vanish use thats honest reviews two six six carry distance which is a more like that about what i was getting with the night covert really but with callaway saying this is the longest ever i was expecting a little bit more from them whether they're marketing ploy has tricked me to think i would hit this further but if you've enjoyed the video give it a thumbs up please do comment in the description below if you've tried this club and liked it and preferred it please let me know that up and do check out the channel and do subscribers really appreciate it so much watching that with my review of the Callaway Big Bertha
CALLAWAY GREAT BIG BERTHA 2016 Vs 1997
hi guys my name's Rick shields and I'm going to do a Callaway great Big Bertha challenge it's gonna be Callaway great Big Bertha against Callaway great Big Bertha the difference is about 19 years so we've got the Callaway great Big Bertha brand-new just come out so effectively this 2016 model brand-new against the Callaway great Big Bertha from 1997 okay I want to see what what how much of a change is actually taking place a naturally different in shaft so the new great Big Bertha is about an inch and a half longer and what appears almost double the size of the head double the size I've gotten both in nine degrees I'm gonna hit five shots and see what difference there is between the two got gc2 dots on both don't think they had gt2 when the first great Big Bertha came out so it'll be interesting to see the numbers on this I've done a similar test this before in the past with a different colorway driver but this is the the brand-new great Big Bertha now I've got this one the the original one in the firm flex so I've not got the extra stiff flex but I'm going to in firm flex wear this is this just as firm this is the speed of 665 evolution to extra stiff flexed future Cora shaft a bit of a difference right she'll give them a hit let's go let's go original first let's go original Callaway great Big Bertha off a smaller tee peg and let's see how it can finally hit five at each and then we'll have a look back at results four bullets ah this is gonna be really interesting minute five join me in a sec and we'll see what the results say oh my god so yeah if you don't quite find the middle under on the old one and you might just take the camera out so apologize if that whistle passed yet I'll continue and hit a few more right so there's the five with the original Callaway Big Bertha a great Big Bertha and interesting the one that caught from the heel that nearly took out the camera apologize about that and the one that hid from the toe definitely got punished a lot more and let's hit the other one let's hit the new one the two effects of this 2016 model and then we'll have a look at what the differences actually are but that on when hit well it felt amazing okay so that new one already looks like a spaceship longer shaft I'm just going to move this back down on the biggity okay let's see what this can do compare so I'm going to turn this into a green a red line let's see what the new great big bertha can do right guys that's all five with both and that last one wasn't my best here but I think we'll see a bit of a difference now it took me a minute just to adjust to the length of the shaft certainly holding the club it's a lot longer let's pull up the figures now see if how much if there is a difference pretty sure does give me a difference between the two so you can see the ball fights there up on screen and must admit quite a mixture of golf shots red ones are the new great Big Bertha white ones are the old 1997 great Big Bertha and I'm not used to hitting the nine degrees of loft I must admit and that's what all these clubs were let's have a look at the figures now on screen and see the difference is between the brand-new effective of 2016 against the 1997 model and if we pull the numbers up on screen we've got first off Callaway great Big Bertha the ones at the top the new Callaway great Big Bertha are the ones on red at the bottom okay top ones it is almost like a mini almost like a 3-wood I'm seen as a very low loft III would come out to be one hundred and thirteen point six ball speed one hundred and fifty six point seven okay and I should compare that to this in a minute and spin rate it averaged at three thousand averaged at three thousand okay and obviously that's a big factor now in modern day golf clubs we can swing it faster make the ball travel faster lower the spin launch it higher we've got a golf club it goes what further and that's pretty much what we've got here we've got an extra three miles per hour in the new Golf Club lighter not so much in the in the head but the length of the shaft helps it with club head speed as well so much long and that took me a few shots the first couple with the new one taught me a couple of shots just to just again back to the lengths about an inch and a half long the new one and the ball speed a 10 mile-per-hour jump 10 miles per hour 166 miles per hour on average so the smash factor of that is much higher 1.43 on average spin rate average at 2400 with the highest spinning one at 2,900 was still lower than the average one of the the Callaway great with Bertha original and so the spin rate has come down a lot I wouldn't say they were my best hitter from dead honest with you and also at lower loft just didn't I don't know I didn't I didn't like it in that 90 grab prefer intent regards to that distance how much does that equate to distance difference on carry that is a difficult math right 39 yard improvement 39 yards improvement on distance and total distance or 72 nearly 40 yards again so huge difference in distance between the two but honestly is just like a 3-wood in 9 degrees of loft my same length of my 3-wood is the pretty much the same size my 3 will do something got 9 degrees of loft the forgiveness factor was on it was so on powers and true scary the ones want to hit the heel and the toe from the little version also the heel skimmed past the lens the toe one hooked around hugely I must note I didn't hit these ones out the middle of new one but it they weren't as punishing they were ok they were ok golf shots not as horrendous it's amazing the difference obviously we know there's going to be a difference and those but how much and that's that that's a nice little test and Carroll a great rebirth against original Callaway Big Bertha 40 yards difference and funny I can't adjust it so much with this I wonder if that's the first time a Callaway Greg Big Bertha has been on GC 2 with hate charity as well that'd be interesting so guys thanks so much for watching hopefully you've enjoyed the video do subscribe by clicking on link down here below if you've not seen my review of the Callaway great Big Bertha check now my challenge is on their idea and that was a little head-to-head between old and new and she's reminiscing a little bit about the old shot and I must admit when I absolutely smash this it amazing it did feel very very nice I remember when the Shuster Massa guys thanks for watching appreciate your viewing views and we shall see you next time testing some more equipment ripped it 100 and 240 I for watching guys I'll see you next time
NEW CALLAWAY BIG BERTHA FUSION DRIVER
hi guys it's Rick shields down here at Qwest golf studio and we've got a new driver to review this is the Callaway Big Bertha fusion absolutely geared for game improvement Gaede for forgiveness not for distance and there's a number of reasons why and I'll explain so for because of that I'm not on the normal driving range sim I've thrown it onto one of the golf holes to hopefully show you you know to hit some fairways with this driver because that is really what it's geared towards it's not distance number reasons so Fusion is a name that has been carried by Callaway before there has been fusion drivers very successful fusion drivers and the Kenneth's in this game of blending names back together now this is the Big Bertha fusion big birth or a big tagline of Callaway and so it's fusion bangers the two together and this driver features carbon now Callaway will be very very heavy on the fact that they brought a carbon driver out first before other manufacturers and they've introduced it again this is a titanium and carbon fuse drivers on the crown it's titanium and carbon the benefit of that is the strip weight and all that weight of the strip they're shoved into the bottom of that helps with forgiveness the other thing that they've done is moved the head into an incredibly triangular triangular shape it really is very triangular because of um the advances like they've managed does really pull that head back and then they've shoved the big 12 gram weight in the back of the head as well again offering huge levels of forgiveness this is not going to be a long driver for me I probably should but it let's see if it's forgiving they then continue with the speed step on the top to reduce the air flow very much aerodynamic but no word of the very high profile airline company that we were working with last time that name seems to have been dropped I don't know why and the feature in the head it's very dark very black it's got red detailing it's got the interchangeable neck so you can go up and down and laughs and change the face orientation a massive thing as well with this driver is the shaft there's two shaft options there's a normal length forty 5.5 inch shaft but then there is this one which is the forty four point five inch shaft so they've even got a little tag on here one inch under lengthwise for improved trol now generally when the shaft goes shorter we don't generate as much combat speed therefore potentially can control more more of the club head will see the loads of golfers will go I can hit my 3-wood well but the step-up to my driver I struggle with and some players just find driver being too long you know forty 4.5 inches probably closer to probably tour average of not tall average closer to tall level of length of shaft I've got this in the recoil shaft now this is a stiff shaft because they don't currently they can't get me an extra safe in this shaft at the moment but it's a stiff fact so it should be fine but again I don't think really this driver and in this setup would need an extra stiff flex because it for me the player used this driver someone who just wants ultimately giving us just ultimate forgive there's no distance and forgive it hit I like the look of it from the top from this side from the bottom shot say now when I put it down behind the ball it really reminds me of a driver and I've been trying to think about the driver and I can see if it comes to me it really does very triangular-shaped not a Callaway driver though another driver I'll see if I can remember it feels very bizarre in a forty 4.5 inch shaft it feels like I'm it I'm setting up to a like a mini driver is in shaft length or a 3-wood and obviously the head is very big very big master huge amount of mass behind the ball because the way they've shaped the triangle section that I had like say I'm on I'm on a hole to try and show you forgiveness rather than distance club do not think I'll hit this driver a long way oh it's loud oh and it's high and it straight this is not going to be long though not for the kind of drives I normally hit and it's a nice drive I'm very very happy with that for a fairway finder I would probably play that all day long really loud crack off the head really loud like kind of smash that's a lovely Drive spoon will permit for me a little bit too high 2078 I've got this hit nine point five but again maybe the stiff flex is probably not quite suited to me also with that way all the way to the back that's not going to suit my spin characteristics this will be great for my mid handicap tester Rob to trial I'll definitely get him into this and I'm interesting doing some tests with this shaft and the longer shaft to see if there's actually any benefits let's give them some more hits another fairway in fact a even straighter golf shot now that's money to go over 300 bought more the contour of the the hole that's allowed about I say what the carry distance was on that one to 80 are done pretty well considering that's not done bad considering it's a shorter shaft and a driver that's more 2100 spin pretty good so it has got the capabilities it's got the capabilities going going long that's it a few more or that was a bad shot so it's not a miracle it's not a miracle club just one I think just when I was thinking it was that was just a bad girl shot let's go again I kind of feel like um because it's a Direction club it's not a distance club on fire like um backing off and so let's let's see if I if I do give it a whack what what happens don't fit this is going to suit my swing speed well let's give it a hit and see what happens that's fast I tried to hit that harder I'm gonna just sneak into that bunker which is a shame Oh still a fact I finally hit that harder but I fine because of the shaft length it just restricts me slightly and because of it I'm just not quite familiar where the middle of the head is exactly where the middle of the head is it does feel good though it does feel quite controllable it feels as if when I'm setting up to this driver it feels like it I can't find a fairway doesn't feel like I'm going to miss target half of a second last one was horrible but doesn't feel like I'm gonna miss target horrendously it's got one more just trying to think about head shape again what it's a ten what reminds me of the TaylorMade driver a burnable not the burner burner was it called an superfast it reminds me of the sorry Taylor reminds me of the superfast the shaping of they had the triangular shaping of the head very much so in fact that's got one more it's down there but probably not brilliantly hit but that's what finally fairways is about if I like I hate some really nice shots then a couple of iffy ones but in fairness they actually felt controllable didn't feel ridiculously uncontrollable a test with this shaft and the normal length shaft is definitely coming up I've got to test that and I think someone like my mid handicap tester would love this driver because it's got that it's kind of kind of forgiveness but then do we sacrifice too much distance we'll see I found like I did a little bit let's just pull up those a numbers very quickly yeah so a couple of leafy ones on shot number four and five three and four spin rate was 2600 on average carry distance was 262 but in fairness the two bad ones well the last three we're a bit low on on the distances there and it's an interesting idea it's an interesting driver it's very interesting that brought the carbon back into this driver I do like the look of the head it's very triangular it's not suited for me not in a million years but I definitely think it could be suited for some golfers out there who are looking for that forgiveness level you just want to pop it out there and fairway is king and maybe not distance so much maybe it should suit me more anyway guys thanks for watching hopefully you've enjoyed the video if you have please do click thumbs up comment below what you think about the new Callaway Big Bertha fusion driver is it driver that you'd like to try or try and hit if not tell me tell me why not if you are new to my channel thank you and welcome and you can subscribe to my channel by clicking the big button here you get notifications every time I put a video on it's normally everyday most the time it's everyday and then you don't miss a single thing to help improve your game thanks for watching Callaway Big Bertha fusion more more videos to come from this more videos to come thanks for watching we'll see you next time
Callaway V Series Callaway Big Bertha Drivers
right guys matt kroschel here with dr. Allen hot nor Calloway doctor in the house is there a doctor in the house please yes we have one good stuff and we're talking Calloway great Big Bertha the new driver so we're going to talk a little bit about this new product from Callaway and see what the doctors got to say about the great Big Bertha right yeah let's get stuck in right Alan please hit me what we got in great Big Bertha the new driver show me all right well we got a lot of things going on here we've got our latest frame ever so that's really going to help us get wait to places that's more useful so we've got weight in the center here that's going to give us a relatively low center of gravity that's good for a lot of things importantly we've got a weight that can move on a track around the side here it's going to give us a just above draw bias and a lot of people need a lot of help straighten out shots that's a very important feature we've seen that before haven't we you have but this is what a different take on that because it seems like it's falling around the edge of the club a little bit we've taken a lot of data from the original design and focused really on producing more draw bias than we had before okay if for those who need it the most most shot shaping or straightening if you like in order to improve distance but not all of the weight in the head is contained in this sliding way that's an important thing because another important feature this design relative to its predecessor is much more MO I than it had more stability okay for all those missed shots around that don't hit the center of the face yeah so even when this this red weight here is moving into a position that straightens out your shot the stability of the head is overall high because there's a lot of weight that's permanently inside in the head in this real location okay with that finger yeah that gives you a good combination of properties probably a unique combination of properties and been able to straighten out ball flight and a lot a lot of people need that hell yeah yeah at the same time as a retaining high ball speed but wherever you hit on the face and whatever angle you deliver the face at okay so for me I mean I've hit this driver and I actually really enjoyed hitting at so I like the lightness of it and the configuration we put it in I couldn't have this driver set in your standard right because it went left it's got I mean the the standard setting I presume is a job is it yeah so it's more in the heel so I have to move it more in line with the middle which is where I would want it but certainly with it going much more into the heel I think for your average consumer which is what your test is showing that is gonna hopefully only help them absolutely we want to get to you know as big a part of the population as possible when we're fit in this driver yeah all that capability is in there and a lot of people do need a lot of draw but equally you know there's people like yourself who you know may be more a bit more advanced and putting it in this neighbor neutral position you get literally very advanced yeah I'm not a good point isn't it yeah because it's it's appealing to me yep but it would appeal to someone now this is something I'm gonna challenge you on we write the word draw in here sure but this isn't going to turn someone who cuts the ball into someone who draws the ball surely it's only going to maybe calm down the amount of cut they had unless they're on the limits of straight to slice um this turned me a relatively straight ball into an over draw yeah so the the limits of the track are equivalent to about a 19-yard movement of the ball okay on robot eater yeah that sort of stuff yeah and we play as you see various other things based yeah delivery yeah yeah and so yeah you know a guy and we measure lots of people within our five six hundred rpms I'd spin yeah it's going to calm that down it won't turn it into a right-to-left shot yeah yeah absolutely so that's interesting because I like that because I know why that word is there I think we all do but I think it's a bit of a misconception amongst yeah the buying public is they think I'm slicing I'm going to buy the draw driver I'm not sure it will do that but it certainly might help calm down amounts of loss off yeah that which is only going to make people better we're going for straightness which means helping fairways which that gives you the opportunity for some roller absolutely absolutely and also what's quite interesting with it is that you mentioned that the mo AI doesn't really change yeah can I challenge you on that I mean surely it must change a little bit but does it not change enough for anyone to feel so it changes a little bit because although this weight performs a really important role in changing the draw bias in terms of its the percentage of the total weight of the head that's contributing to Mo I it's actually not the biggest part so yeah we move it around a bit it does a big thing for your cg it has a very small effect on Emma why because we've got a lot of weight packed back here yeah and that's made possible because we have this really light titanium shell a forged composite crown and k everything else is really lightweight yeah and so we focus on mo I excellent so it's a 460 head which is kind of one of those things nowadays I think is a little bit misconstrued as well because that doesn't really mean anything in some ways I think yeah it's one of those kind of market in terms that we've latched on to for years I've actually found now when I do reviews of clubs I've actually had to hunt manufactures website to find out what the head size is because depending I can have 460 in a you know when I look down it look that big totally because it'll just be through a Paul exactly so yeah absolutely so but I mean it's a 460 head for anyone who's still buying on the size of the head but I I don't see that really as a buying criteria so much anymore are motor on the bottom yes all speeds across the face like it resembles I still got our ribs stabilizing kind of effect that's going on there around the perimeter of the face yeah and that does even out the ball speed across the face and gives us overall average higher ball speeds it's just a lighter face again consistent with the idea of moving the wade into the mo I kind of positions fantastic right I'm going to give this driver a quick hit and talk to you a little bit about sounds and feels and those kind of things that's a quick question for the doctor sure which is when I get challenged on a lot feel feels got to be interpret through sound isn't it yes I can't feel something that's happening at what four hundred of a second I mean I cannot feel how you're feeling in your hands afterwards but yeah a lot of thinking a lot of it from your ears yeah I mean I've done a test where I've had headphones on and blindfolded myself and I couldn't tell the difference between a forged iron and a Cabot real cast iron so sound is going to be what people say feel so I'm going to test a little bit about sound stroke feel yes from the dock delve oh great yeah yeah absolutely absolutely about what it looks like in kind of the feelings it gives me as well let's check out how it went when I tried it so Callaway great Big Bertha with its sliding rail I was hitting this club very well I was surprised actually how good it fell I was averaging 269 carry on there Trackman system I couldn't take my system out with me spin rate was down to three which was very good what was noticeable with this is I was able to get a hundred and four mile an hour clubhead speed which for me on Chapman is slightly higher club felt very light in my hands combination of shaft and head that I was using and the extra cupboard speed really helped me I think push a little bit more distance out of it I was actually tempted to put it into play they offered for me to use it when I went and played in the afternoon and I was tempted and I think I might in the future looks great with the black head and a little V black line up lying off silver face it felt very good off the face made a nice noise slightly louder noise than some of their other product but not the loudest out there by a long way it did feel very solid with the sound it was making changeable neck you change it around I think it was 2 degrees I think you can move the loft on it's just all the adjustability that you'd expect from a modern day driver to be honest I enjoyed the lightness I think some people might buy into it if the track helps them I definitely work on your own face the path issues more than try and buy a track weighted system driver that might do that for you I don't think it will actually make that much difference but it's a good looking driving it perform Barry I was shocked how well this one perform bearing in mind I'm always looking maybe more the player's version this one being like Alan said the more kind of all-encompassing driver you might see this one on the course one of my course logs I'm tempted to take it out it did go very well to 69 it was it was going out there for me quite impressed thanks for watching subscribe to my youtube channel for loads more videos find me on instagram @ Crossfield mark also on twitter @ for golf online find me on facebook mark Crossfield thanks for watching post comments as always and see you soon
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