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Written on: 26/04/2007 by alan71 (2 reviews written)
I found the Callaway FT-i a breath of fresh air to use, i borrowed one from my partner and i am now planning to buy one myself. Its technology and design speak for itself i think. I read that the pro's cannot use the Callaway as its banned for pro use as gives an unfair advantage i believe?
Some interesting info on the web on the FT-i, many forums raving about it… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/04/2007 by B0NEHEAD (1 review written)
With all the hype surrounding this club I just had to voice my opinion... I purchased a 9.5 degree, stiff flex, tour, left-handed, neutral bias model for $559 at Golf Town in Langley B.C. ( yikes, $559 ?, nobody said I was bright). Firstly, this thing isn't the answer for all the Slicer's and Duck-hookers out there, if you don't put a good swing on it you can still spray your shots, off center hits carry very well though with out a great loss of distance. This club is difficult to work left… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/04/2007 by lehosm (1 review written)
My friend checked out a demo FT-i and we both played 18 with it. We both have swing speeds of about 80...we wanted a regular flex with a draw setup on the head but all that was available was a neutral with a stiff shaft...speeder 586...so we gave it a try. It took a few swings to get used to the square head but after that it was great. We both normally hit drives of about 180 with fades and slices. On the 3rd tee I hit it 250 and my friend 240 , straight down the middle. The rest of the… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/03/2007 by estotts (1 review written)
If you can pound it, but need some accuracy the Callaway FT-i is the stick for you. I have made some deplorable swings and yet have not lost ONE ball out of bounds. I hate to say that....we all know what may happen now.
I went from a 9.5 degree to 10 degree and am absolutely launching the ball; I lose sight of the ball in the air, which is all good since it's mostly down the middle. The club has this uncanny ability to straighten out my shots. Balls I start a little left or right of target… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/03/2007 by JimBob2056 (1 review written)
Even with all my complaints, I'd spend the same money buying another club if I could find one that was proportionally that much better than what I was carrying in my bag today… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/02/2007 by Blade5 (1 review written)
Price is daft, but the shots you hit are amazing. If you take your golf serious, you really really do have to try one of these. Revolutionary is the best single word to describe this driver… Read Full Review
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Written by donjan2
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