Callaway introduce Alpha 816 DBD driver and fairwaysAugust 3, 2015 Golf Equipment
Distance chambers added to give better players more yards
The new Alpha 816 DBD (Double Black Diamond) driver offers extreme distance for expert players.
Choose a neutral or draw ball flight then set the Gravity Core up or down for maximum speed.
Features & Benefits
Extreme distance from dual distance chambers
If you’re looking for a neutral or draw ball flight to work the ball with more control, pick the left or right chamber.
It offers a combination of extreme distance and shot-shaping control for the best players.
Ball Speed From Next Gen R*MOTO Technology
The R*MOTO Technology provides the structure for a thinner face, leading to high ball speeds on centre hits and off-centre hits too.
A deeper face, traditional shape and a low centre of gravity
A deeper face, a traditional shape and a low centre of gravity to reduce spin while still offering forgiveness and workability.
The shape of the crown, the open face angle, and the matte black finish with no distractions should suit better players’ eyes when they’re standing over the ball.
You can tune the driver to the settings you want with the 8-way adjustability. You can add loft, take loft off or adjust the lie angle to fit your swing.
The Big Bertha Alpha 816 fairway woods are also made with better players in mind.
Callaway say this is their most advanced fairway wood with everything from the cup face technology to the tour preferred CG positions engineered to bring out the highest performance in your game.
Available: September 18, 2015
SRPs: Alpha 816 DBD driver £429, fairway £249
Driver Lofts: 9°, 10.5°
Stock standard shaft: Aldila Rogue I/O 60.