This club will make you very happy. Great club, worth the money. But would suggest getting fit for the right shaft. We appreciate that you found this thread instead of starting a new one, but if you plan to post here please make sure it’s still relevant. I do the slice thing regularly.

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But the FT-5 was very nice as well.

Callaway FT-5 I-MIX Driver Golf Club

How about a review on the Taylormade Superquad? 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. I preferred the FTi as it was so forgiving. I have had a fitting session with an ft-i and the ft-5 and the real difference i found the look at address with the ft-i was that the head was smaller heel to toe which i hated.

The ability to change shafts is quick and painless.

I think it is forgiving but still efficient, like most of my clubs nike sumo irons, mizuno mx hybrid. By tinkerJanuary 27 in Discussions.

If your looking for a forgiving draw biased driver that will produce distance and some slice curing weight distribution, buy the TaylorMade R5 Dual, set up for a draw. Posted April 12, However, a bucket of balls, changes to my set up, a few explatives and alas I began to see a flicker of light at the palatable end of the range.


Callaway FT-i/FT-5 Driver Review

When I got my FT-5 I liked the lower and wider profile of the clubhead and face. I ftt-5 recommend it! Over all, I am hoping to drop a few shots from being closer to the hole off the tee. The Speeder is a Fancy technology, and stupid salespeople.

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My swing speed is about 95Mph. His driving looks pretty good so far. I purchased the draw version because i slice my drives sometimes.

Great club, worth the money. Bought the FT-i 9 degree with a Graphite Design stiff shaft. Hit it square and it goes, and with off center hits, less mileage lost as compared to the FT-i.

I hate to be the resident dissident in this forum but. 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. If you dont struggle with hitting fairways I would go with something else, because i know their are drivers that hit the ball further than the ft-i. Brian Peck 27 years old. Hi All- Since purchasing my FT-5 Callaway see aboveone disappointment this summer was the stock grip of the club.


The amount of material used in the titanium cup-face area appears to have been reduced, as the xallaway area extends less into the sole and crown areas than it callawxy on the FT There were little complaints about the 9 degree GBB besides low trajectory.

The Ft-i is straight and long. Personally, I thought the design really helped me set up along my target line, and anything that works looks good to me. This is similar to the FT-3, while the original Fusion driver had an exposed weave to its composite body which I still think looks cool.

Originally Posted by kennay92 He posted stiff, but shaft says regular?? 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.

My HCP is