Our TaylorMade M6 irons vs. Callaway Big Bertha irons test took place at Moor Allerton in Leeds.
TaylorMade M6 irons vs. Callaway Big Bertha irons: First impressions
If you’re after maximum distance and forgiveness then both these should be on your testing list.
Expect large heads and plenty of off-set.
These clubs share quite a lot of similarities, in their size, in the amount of offset that they have and in terms of what they are trying to do.
TaylorMade have been keen to make all of their technology visible, for example the speed bridge technology.
Whereas, it’s a bit more of a stealthy look on the Big Bertha with quite a lot of the technology hidden inside.
TaylorMade M6 irons vs. Callaway Big Bertha irons: The technology
TaylorMade introduced their new ‘Speed Bridge’ technology in their M5 range and it features in the M6 range, too.
The Big Bertha has Callaway’s 360 club design which is almost makes the iron perform like a fairway wood.
So how did they perform? Find out on the next page…