But my old driver was also a regular flex srixon so… I would recomend this driver to anyone even a 20 handicapper. I picked up the FTI today since golf galaxy has them at a whopping dollars. I feel confident with it most of the time. I think the worst idea is hitting a club into a net with a simulator. The other woods and irons in the Fusion lineup sport a black-and-orange scheme, and the headcovers and grips for the new FT drivers adhere to that precedent.
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What really impresses me about the club is that, around my home course, everyone from hackers to the head pro has very good things to say about it. My colleagues all has a go and were very impressed.
Callaway FT-i/FT-5 Driver Review (Clubs, Review) – The Sand Trap
It still ended up in the fairway, but my driving distance was only yards. So far, my distance has increased by 20 yards but far more importantly, I am hitting far more fairways. Your email address Golff must enter a valid email address.
Maybe it was the Fuji shaft not being as suited as the NVS for my swing, but I didn’t get the same distance, nor consistency in terms of direction. My tendency is to hit it square to off-the-toe. Keep callawqy it in the short stuff!
Helpline Much more confidence on the tee. Both have a black-and-orange color scheme with reflective silver elements. I love the clubhead but hate the stock shaft. If you put a big outside-in swing on it, the FT-i is still capable of peeling a nice banana for you.
But more importantly, now consistently hitting even more fairways.
And yards further. Alternate the two clubs…and you will find your answer. Too stiff a shaft on your old club, and your ball may have started right, and moved more right due to a misfitted shaft. I’ve gone from average yards to average now. I have not seen the distance loss as some people have seen.
In wet conditions, or really humid conditions, the stock grip is no good. More consistent and slightly further – the old X was still a good driver.
Callaway FT-i/FT-5 Driver Review
There were little complaints about the 9 degree GBB besides low trajectory. I think there is some negative bias toward this club because, frankly, pulling out a square driver is sort of like singing in the library.
A cc head volume is incorporated with a longer, wider and hotter face for more confidence at address, a higher MOI and increased ball speed for longer, straighter drives.
I hope I made the right decision. I have always been a Callaway guy but can not decide between the FT5 or Cleveland XLS, everyone i talked to say that the XLS red is more forgiving and longer any advice out there will help…thanks. The FT-5 comes standard with a inch, gram Fujikura E shaft that has mid torque and a mid kickpoint, available in light, regular and stiff flexes.
I love the feel and the looks of it. I bought an FT-5 and have not had the asstounding results perported here.
I do the slice thing regularly. WOW high, long and it went in the direction I aimed it!!!!
I first had the 10 deg draw f5t stock stiff, but was hooking it way too much. From the very 1st shot I hit with it, filled me with confidence. My HCP is This corrects or enhances the shape of your golf shot. Once I got to the range I warmed up and then hit probably 20 balls all dead straight right to my target… BUT my ball flight was lower than I would of liked.