Big Bertha irons are easy to hit. They have a great visual at address which gives the golfer a more confident swing. Truly a gread club for the mid handicap player.
I purchased these irons new in 2004. At the time I bought them I was playing 4 times a week. As time went on I had other interest(Houseboat)that took me away from the course. So, I played maybe 5 a year. Other words the clubs are in great condition. I put brand new Callaway grips on them and I can assureyou that the shelf's had no rust on them. I promise you that they have many good shots left in them. These clubs were never abused. I would recommend them to the high and the low handicapper.
Ball fly's straight and true with plenty of air time. Lowered my score by at least 5 strokes. Well worth the money.