When I read the reviews after the launch of this club in , I wanted one straight away. The angles of the driver make alignment a snap. Yes, the FTi is pricey, but there are good deals on ebay from reputable e-retailers. The club may have only been hit at the driving range or played rounds of golf maximum. So in the end I would recommend the FT-I to golfers looking for a straighter ball flight. I highly recommend that shaft if your in that speed range.
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Too often, people make their choice based on performance on the driving range…. They sport a new deep red color on the sole which looks great, but is a bit out of leftfield. On graphite shafts there may be a few light scratches, but no wear on the paintwork. Hit it square and it goes, and with off center hits, less mileage lost as compared to the FT-i.
Callaway FT-i Tour Neutral Driver
The design allows positioning of discretionary weight to the extreme corners of the clubhead, raising the MOI for unparalleled heutral to twisting both horizontally and vertically. I usually hit a small fade which was pulling 15 yards off my drive. The Ft-i is straight and long. I played a GBB 7.
Callaway knows the FT-i is not a distance club…. Go at 5pm when the course is clear, and hit a shot with each off the tee…. Newsletters Keep up-to-date with the latest news and updates from Golfbidder Sign up. Pull Cart and Trolleys Electric Trolleys. Callaway has made a shaft switch with these new drivers, moving from the Aldila NVS that was the stock offering on the FT-3 to a pair of shafts from Fujikura.
There may be light sky marks and small scratches resulting from normal wear and tear.
The square design of the FT-i left is unusual but conducive to an easy setup, while the FT-5 is clean and uncomplicated. My drives are straighter longer and more importantly much more consistant than ever before. The FT-i is the driver many people are curious about, and I was excited to give it a try.
As a better than average golger I gave the new Callaway a tryout. Miura Golf announces CB K. In perfectly usable order but cosmetically not quite deserving of a ‘good’ rating.
BC Before Callawaybut after three rounds with the FTi, my drives have increased by 20 yards on average. I must have been “on” neutrall day because now I regret buying it and I am trying to sell it on EBay.
Very impressed with the Callaway FT-i driver.
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. The FT-5 and FT-i again share several similar touches.
I saw no need for the tour version since my handicap will probably never go below I preferred the FTi as it was so forgiving. In fact it has a really meaty, solid sound at impact, I love it. On steel shafts, some of the stickers will probably be fraying, but there is nothing which will affect playability.
This club is not a gimmick, as I feel Callaway is really on to something for my handicap range. I love the 9. Callawa gave the straight FT-i a try on a demo day a few weeks ago.
Callaway FT-i Tour Neutral Driver – Callaway Drivers – Golfbidder
I do the slice thing regularly. I hit a power fade…. After a couple of buckets and rounds I am happy with this club.