Callaway Big Bertha B21 Vs. Titleist Tsi2 Driver Comparison Review 2021
Every player could use more distance and accuracy from the tee. This is especially true for players still trying to find your swing.
Whether you tend to slice the ball or are having trouble finding the sweet spot, gaining confidence from the tee means everything.
To that end, Titleist and Callaway have made clubs specifically to create straighter shots and go further.
In the case of today’s comparison review, we are talking about the Big Bertha B21 and the Titleist Tsi2 drivers.
Titleist Tsi2 Driver Overview
The Titleist Tsi2 uses a rare material for the face that is also used in aerospace engineering. You can really feel the difference when you take a swing too.
The Titleist Tsi2 features an ATI 425 titanium face. This is an incredibly resilient and thin type of titanium that gives the Titleist Tsi2 a sweet feel and amazing performance across the face.
In a nutshell, the Titleist Tsi2 is forgiving.
The face will flex to a high degree at more points than your typical driver. This is a 460cc driver so it’s nice and big and looks great at point of address.
It’s very easy to square up to the ball with this driver – all of this is great news for high to mid handicap players.
Callaway Big Bertha B21 Driver Overview
The Big Bertha has always been known for distance and forgiveness. The Big Bertha B21 carries on this storied legacy.
Some may be disappointed that the Big Bertha B21 driver is actually a bit more compact than former incarnations. But the distance and forgiveness factors are still there.
This driver has been outfitted with the SS21 Flash Face which, like the ATI 425 titanium of the Titleist Tsi2 will flex more across more sectors of the face.
The CG has been placed low and forward which helps eliminate spin off the tee.
Less spin from the tee usually means more distance.
Lastly, the Big Bertha is loaded with internal draw bias weighting to produce straight shots.