I am not an avid golfer and have a swing speed of about The price has now dropped due to the new IQ coming out but I will be thrilled to try my club in the spring. This provides exceptional stability on off-center hits, while enabling ball flight customization for optimal individual performance. I love the 9. I think that is a great shaft so you might want to consider it before trying any of the other more expensive shafts. A little bit of flair for the square guy. Less dispersion and side spin for me.
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I would be interested to see what a good clubfitter could do with the FT-i, though, for a better player. The FT-i stock shaft is the Fujikura Speeder shaft, a specially tuned version of the popular shaft with Triax stabilizing technology.
Where the driver is very corrective is on high and low misses.
ft55 Already had Callaway FT3 draw with 10 degree loft with regular shaft but found it very hard to get the ball up and over certain trees on my course. Swing speed for me is around …peaking at MPH. With both Callaway carbon drivers carrying shots over yards, we reckon the company has been working to find extra power for everyday golfers.
I hope that it plays like most of the reviews say. The FT-5 Driver is engineered to be the worlds fatest driver. Most of my strokes come frm penalties by loosing balls due to my slice. More consistent and slightly further – the callaaway X was still a good 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.
Callaway FT-i/FT-5 Driver Review (Clubs, Review) – The Sand Trap
I hate to drw the resident dissident in this forum but. I usually hit along the right side of the rough. Callaway index right now is BTW- I typically hit my drives …. Probably just the improved confidence I guess. I gave the straight FT-i a try on a demo day a few weeks ago. As an FT-3 player, the FT-5 is a step forward, but probably not enough to justify buying a new driver if you still like the previous model which I really do.
Callaway Ft-5 Draw 10 Degree Driver Regular Flex Graphite 0270128 Golf
Sell Your Golf Clubs. I must retract my earlier comments about the newly purchased FT My confidence rraw back I am not used to hitting so straight so it took a couple rounds to adjust to hitting where I aim instead of planning for a small fade. The sound, the feel, everything, seemed contrived and not much better than other modern drivers.
I have hit it only a few times, so I will have to return and give my on-course opinion. I am not an avid golfer and have a swing speed of about Creating a massive 50gms of discretionary weight for increased distance, callawag and shot-shaping. The sound took a little getting used tosimilar to whacking a 59 Buick hub-cap with a cresent wrench.
The FT-i should help with your swing plane in the back and forward swing. I just picked one up and I gained 25 yards callawy. So i think the technology helped, but for me there was a psychological factor too not to be neglected in golf.
My tendency is to hit it square to off-the-toe. I preferred the FTi as it was so forgiving. Travel Bags Shoe Bags.
Great club, worth the money. Open at Oakmont Journal: The Big Bertha name is gone from the FT-5 and FT-i more on that bit of identity crisis laterbut the design basics remain.