CALLAWAY FTI DRAW DRIVER

CALLAWAY FTI DRAW DRIVER

The design idea is to use lightweight materials in the face and body to allow for plus grams of weight to be positioned around the perimeter for a more stable clubhead at impact. My clubhead speed is about so I bought the neutral stock stiff shafted club with matrix ozik xcon 6 shaft. All I can say is Wow! When the sun comes out, the force 9 wind declines and I get a couple of lessons, this club will cause my handicap to decline. At address the ft5 seems larger all round and gives one more confidence the difference it quite amazing considering that they are both the same size. The sound at impact is better, with a louder metallic smack and only the slight hint of the plastic sound that plagued the original Fusion driver and lingered a bit with the FT

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However the gains are significant and I am can really launch into the ball with confidence. If you catch one flush with the driver, it is nearly as long as the FT-5, thanks to that extra three-quarters of an inch in shaft length. The sound took a little getting used tosimilar to whacking caallaway 59 Buick hub-cap with a cresent wrench.

I had a cobra 9. I callawya a fairly regular slice and this driver definitely helps to straighten it out. My only issue now is to find a replacement once the face starts to go.

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Callaway FTI 11 Degree Draw Driver

On its first outing the Callaway FT-i Draw was significant in my achieving 2nd place in the monthly medal. When I got my FT-5 I liked the lower and wider profile of the clubhead and callaway.

I was playing an older Your email address will not be published.

I have never hit a golf driver so consistently straight. It is a significant improvement over the Taylor.

The square form factor is weird, it felt like it guided me in a correct swing plane. I hope I made the right decision. By-the-way, I was able to polish out the sky and other odd marks on the head, and it is now difficult to believe that the club has been pre-used.

Callaway FT-i Driver Review – Golfalot

I had been using a Hibore 9. In other words, it should be forgiving not just on balls hit left or right of center, but also high and low on the face, so you get good results no matter where you make contact with the ball.

I am now confidant enough to really give the ball a good smack and know i will get the extra distance without landing in the trees or rough. Notify me of new posts by email.

I have an FT-5 draw for about 3 years now after I tried a number of drivers by the time. I try all the drivers and unfortunately, buy too many and regret it.

Callaway FT-i Draw Driver Reviews – Golf Club Reviews – Golfbidder

I highly recommend that shaft if your in that speed range. I calladay also notice that darw mishits the ball was no where near as long a regular drives. So pleased to awuire one from golfbidder Drives go straight and long with this very forgiving club Was this review helpful?

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Notify me of follow-up comments by email. A word about the color scheme: Find a place that will let you take the two demo versions of the clubs out on the course. Exchanged my callaway ft3 for the fti as soon as i hit about 10 balls on the range at my local club.

Callaway FT-i Driver Review

Very forgiving along with distance comparitive to much higher priced and well advertised clubs. I hate to be the resident dissident in this forum but. As a better than average golger I gave the new Callaway a tryout.

I must have been “on” that day because now I regret buying it callaeay I am trying to sell it on Draq. However the slice HAS declined, and the distance has improved. I could not stop smiling. Alas, I became greedy and went in search of distance. I bought an FT-5 and have not had the asstounding results perported here. However the greater moment of inertia does have its drawbacks.