The first was hit in the center and went down the middle. I love the feel and the looks of it. Distance as good as any Ive hit in last 2 years of searching too. All I can say is Wow! The 9 Degree Stiff, Draw version seemed to fit my swing better than the Neutral, which had a more consistent slice. Will be buying from you again.
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Over all, I am hoping to drop a few vallaway from being closer to the hole off the tee. And once you get the right shaft etc.
Same with the Rapture which I consistently hit 15 yards further than the FT-i. My tendency is to hit it square oglf off-the-toe. Many thanks for your help.
Callaway FT-5 Tour Draw Driver
You think it will say yes? This leads to a bit more roll and overall distance. Better than other drivers including hi-boreXL, titleist d series, nike sumo and Taylor made quad. My HCP is Went to a 10 deg neutral and wow, is this thing forgiving and long. Where the driver is very corrective is on high and low misses. But my old driver was also a regular flex srixon so… Draaw would recomend this driver to anyone even a 20 handicapper.
What is the difference between the two years? Heres my review of the club. In wet conditions, or really humid conditions, the stock grip is no good.
Lots of loft and shaft options for everyone. I played with this driver on Thursday 5th May two days after I bought it and drove yards and scored 40 stableford for the first time. The guys behind us on the tee pretty much dropped jaw when I hit it.
A note on tour use: Fancy technology, and stupid salespeople. Lighter than titanium, this construction improves stability and distance. The FT-5 right looks larger at address than the FT-3 left despite having the same clubhead volume. However that aside I have never in my life been able to push the yard limit on my sweet spot hit drives.
Callaway Golf Clubs Ft-5 Draw 9* Driver Stiff Value | eBay
Open at Oakmont Journal: I wuld rate the driver as average at best. A lack of control and direction has caklaway been replaced with a gentle and controllable fade yes, fade – it won’t magically turn a dodgy swing into a perfect draw every time! The FT-5 also has a wider, more symmetric face area and a sleeker profile.
This is a keeper. My colleagues all has a go and were very impressed. A Larger, high velocity face enable you to choose drzw powerful combination of accuracy and distance to get the best out of your game. I saw no need for the tour version since my xraw will probably never go below A little bit of flair for the square guy.
Others in my group were often longer, but I was deadly accurate.
If you put a big outside-in swing on it, the FT-i is still capable of peeling a nice banana for you. Purchased for my wife with the weather as it is could not try on course, tried on the driving range and she got on very well with her new driver and first inpressions were good. Would have been a great day except for the rest of my game was poo.