Callaway Big Bertha B21 Vs Taylormade M5 Irons Comparison And Review
Another head to head battle between Callaway and Taylormade with the super beginner friendly B21’s and the game improvement distance irons with the M5’s.
Taylormade M5 Irons Overview
Although Taylormade have now moved away from the M range with the new Sim and Sim 2, The M5’s are still competitive as some of the very best irons in the game for people looking to add distance and improve.
The Irons incorporate a speed bridge with adds stabilty to the club and a speed pocket that ensures good distance when you hit the ball low on the face.
The deep 360 degree undercut and superior turf interaction will have mid handicappers very interested in the clubs.
The mid sole of the club means distance and these clubs also have a ton of forgiveness with the ultra thin flexible club face.
Big Bertha B21 Irons
The Big Bertha B21’s continue a famous line of clubs and these are a super game improvement style iron, suit to high handicappers.
Forgiving lofts, considerable offset and super wide soles make these clubs easy to get in the air and they also generate a ton of the distance.
The clubs are crafted with AI and there is a multi material badge for absorbing any unwanted vibrations.
The Big Berthas are perfect for high handicappers and those that struggle with their irons but if your game is a bit more advanced, the M5’s are going to give a ton of distance and help you shave strokes off your round.