With 3 weighting options to suit the shot you desire and numerous top shafts available, the are specs for every player. Where the driver is very corrective is on high and low misses. My natural left-hand fade was replaced with a straight tee shot. The guy I play with looked at it and laughed. The FT-i stock shaft is the Fujikura Speeder shaft, a specially tuned version of the popular shaft with Triax stabilizing technology. But know going in that the FT-i design will keep your ball in play, but not produce miraculous distance on bad swings.
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Callaway Ft-5 Draw 10 Degree Driver Regular Flex Graphite Golf | eBay
I hope I made the right decision. If I turn on it some, I can end up with a pulled straight shot i.
If I was in the market for a new driver and had resisted earlier Fusion drivers, the FT-5 would be the one to make me change my mind. The square head seems to help start the backswing better, and it has a great feel to it. The sound, the feel, everything, seemed contrived and not much better than other modern drivers. Sorry, there was an error in submitting your review. Notify me of new posts by email.
Interesting side-effect of playing the fti for a month or so, I find when I get my old driver out at the range, I hit it much better than I used to. As a better than average golger I gave the new Callaway a tryout.
The design idea is to use lightweight materials in the face and body to allow for plus grams of weight to be positioned around the perimeter for a more stable clubhead at impact.
I wonder if it was a last-minute idea, and the headcovers and grips were already designed and ordered. The square shape makes a great handle to hold the club while I work the shaft in and out of my pooper.
Callaway Ft-5 Draw 10 Degree Driver Regular Flex Graphite 0270128 Golf
I weakened my grip a bit and began to replicate some decent drives. A good ole fashion stubborn streak prompted me to either come to terms with the club or toss it into the desert and let it die a slow sunblistered death.
Longer and straighter than the taylor mades by far. I could not stop smiling. Better than other drivers including hi-boreXL, titleist d series, nike sumo and Taylor made quad.
Hi All- Since purchasing my FT-5 Callaway see aboveone disappointment this summer was the stock grip of the club. I wasn’t a huge fan of the FT-3, i felt it felt flimsy through impact and the sound of club on ball was also a put ddraw.
I think this is the shape of clubs to come or at least this will be more accepting. How about the workability difference between these two clubs?
Callaway FT-i/FT-5 Driver Review (Clubs, Review) – The Sand Trap
Much more confidence on the tee. Both drivers feature a flash of deep red on the sole, along with a bit of aluminum for durability. I shot a 78 one week ago, i now have chances at birdies as opposed to always being short off the tee and hoping for bogey, hands down the best club i have ever callqway in my bag, i am now a One way of knowing which shaft is more stiff is to take both clubs and simply to push each club against calaway one foot, or a piece of stationary furniture.
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I would reccomend trying out a Tour version if callawqy in the market for a new driver — This thing is the bomb! My drives were at least 20 yards farther than with my old driver.
Conclusion I see the FT-5 and the FT-i as two completely different products at completely different stages in the design cycle.
What is the difference between the two years? Dtaw draw bias allows me to really slug the ball and maintain great controll re-gaining the minimum loss of distance. Switched back to my old soundless 11 degree Callaway Fusion and started to launch the ball again but my outside in swing sends many good hits to the right.
I used to have an FT3 driver which I exchanged for a G10 driver a year ago.
The Ft-i is straight and long. Stick to you’re yard with the wind!! I have always had trouble with my driver, to the point I played my long irons almost exclusively off the tee. It will get you alot of attention, and not necessarily the good kind.