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Written on: 31/07/2012 by Jshak (2 reviews written)
Fantastically! worth the price! It feels awesome and good to control… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/10/2008
Over all a great club to have in your bag. I'm a little older now so I can't swing as hard. I use a Adams Driver ( insight ) and purchased the FT-1 13 HT at an cheap price. You don't get the distance that the Adams gives you but it is at least on the fairway. The FT-1 is for my 160-220 Draw & straight drives. Try it you will love it. Chow… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/10/2008
By far the straightest and most consistent driver i have hit in all my years of golf. I usually suffer from slice when i try too hard but with this driver i can push the ball as hard as i like without ending up on the next fairway to the right, almost every drive lands bang in the middle of the fairway. a definite mustttttt buy for Christmas!! Distance is not as much as the cleveland xls etc but in the middle of the fairway u cant complain about the Callaway FT-i driver… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/10/2008
I was looking for a new driver so set about my usual search of big names and latest equipment. Im a big fan of Callaway anyway so when I came across the Callaway FT-i I was excited just form looking at it. Its looks great, clean and new. Then I hit it. So long, so straight, so sweet. Ive been playing golf for nearly 10 years and the driver has always been one club thats Ive struggled with. This club, for now anyway seems to have solved that problem. I used to use a Callaway Warbird and Big… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/08/2008
I brought the FT i last month from callaway, snaped the shaft, twice on it, each with the same callaway stiff flex, if you get the driver change the shaft straight away, or else youll find out when you dont have a driver for a week, appart from that not a great deal of improvment from this club. i get less spin and extra roll, but aprt from that i only carry this driver about 280-290 where as i carry my cobra in acess of 300. have to put the hours in with the club if you want to use it!… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/06/2008 by mcmillandarren (1 review written)
I have a ping g2 and was going to buy the g10.
My swing pushed the ball right and faded with the g2 and g10.
This surprised me, but he fti went straight this was the most important thing in a driver rather than distance and am off 8 handicap, play your second shot from the rough is not an option.
Oh by the way i have not played with the club yet just bought it… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/04/2008
Much straigher, not as long as G5 but in play. Play of 16 with swingspeed about 95mph. Bought the 586 9degree FTI neutral stiff, like playing with licqourice stick, no control or distance compared with old G5, Aldila NV75 stiff. Switched to 9.5 degree Stiff FTI TOUR, super, super long and straight. Headcover very annoying with magnetic fastener. Not sure it fits great… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/03/2008 by creese (1 review written)
I have been trying for some time to reduce the amount of slice on my drives and this club has done that in about three rounds. Getting off the tee with good distance and in the fairway takes a huge load off!! I am very happy with my Callaway FT i purchase… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/02/2008
I am an 18 handicap, was trying G10 at the heated launch range in toronto winter - getting about 210 carry, guy next to me a 8 handicap was making a lot of noise and blasting FTi neutral 11 degrees - we exchanged our clubs and I hit 10 shots with the FTi all straight with 220 - 240 carry amazing! - he in turn hit my G10 and he was hitting longer and straighter with G10.
Conclusion : if your handicap is 14 and above you can not go wrong with the FTi.
I bought the FTi neutral 11 degree and took… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/01/2008
The Callaway FT-iA is a large monetary investment but if you want to enjoy your golf and play it from the fairways you can't go wrong! The Draw version will cure all but the most terminal of slices. The magnetic head cover is a bit fiddly!… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/05/2007 by John J (1 review written)
I have been struggling with my R7 425 and decided to try another driver. Used a loaner FT-i neutral with a regular flex shaft. The results were consistency, 95% of my drives were 240-250 and straight. I plan on buying one as soon as I am able to sell my R7… Read Full Review
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: 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
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