I am a slicer and had been playing Cobra off sets and Taylor Burner with a draw bias. Still forgiving with mishits, but lots lost in terms of yardage off the tee…. Anything that helps make the game more enjoyable for the average higher handicap player has to be a good thing. I hate to be the resident dissident in this forum but.. Your email address You must enter a valid email address. When you hit this club on the screws, it goes…and goes straight. Some slight demo marks.
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Over all, I am hoping to drop a few shots from being closer to the hole off the tee. Wow, best mistake that could have happened. I just picked one up and I gained 25 yards carry. The drive was straight and long. I feel confident with it most of the time.
Distance wise both similar maybe the ft5 has a slight edge ; Ball does seem to explode more off the club face. There’s also the glaring fact that when you pay fudion much for a driver, the grip should be much better. What is the difference between the two years? It may be psychological…but it seems as if my control now is fuaion better. Callaway FT-5 Driver 9. The squat, square shape of the clubface reminds me a bit of the old Power Pod driver, if one had been squashed a bit. I am a slicer and had been playing Cobra off sets and Taylor Burner with a draw bias.
Probably just the improved confidence I guess.
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Not much distance loss on off center hits. The square head seems to help start the backswing better, and it has a great feel to it.
I do the slice thing regularly. I know that there is a new shaft but is there a new clubhead as well?
I tried it a second time with a shaft better suited to me, and I absolutely loved it after playing one round with it. Shaft Speeder Tour Golv. The distance I achieved was yards longer than with my usual driver years old Wilson with A pair of new drivers from Callaway Golf hit golf shops earlier this spring.
I never liked Callaway products until I tried this driver. Anything that helps make the game more enjoyable for the average higher handicap player has to be a good thing.
I shot a 41 for 9 holes with the FTi as I hit 6 of 9 fairways and had good fairway shots to the green.
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I’ve imi several drives from the toe and heel and watched them sail down the middle. They sport a new deep red color on the sole which looks great, but is a bit out of leftfield. All I can say is Wow! Callaway FT-5 Neutral Driver 9. Yes, the FTi is pricey, but there are good deals on ebay from reputable e-retailers.
This has totally changed my game. The driver itself is in good condition and has been looked after making sure it doesn’t get bashed around in the bag from other clubs with the original headcover. The sleak looking ijix Callaway FT-iQ driver has been designed using influences from Lamborghini supercars and stealth jet fighters and the sample obtained by the Today’s Golfer golf equipment team certainly echoes this.
When you hit this club on the screws, it goes…and goes straight. Club Size see all.
I was never a fan of the previous square callaway driver — this is a huge improvement — without a doubt. Golc gave the straight FT-i a try on a demo day a few weeks ago.