Personally, I thought the design really helped me set up along my target line, and anything that works looks good to me. 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 love this thing. Wow, best mistake that could have happened. I weakened my grip a bit and began to replicate some decent drives.
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In other words, it should be forgiving not just on balls hit left or right of center, but also high and low on the face, so you get good results no matter where you make contact with the ball.
Very forgiving along with distance comparitive to much higher priced and well advertised clubs. On the course today, I hit some monster drives with seemingly minimal effort. Thinking that newer technology would produce more distance off the tee with less effort and less strain on my tired back, I took a shot at the FT-5 based on rave reviews all over the web.
Played my first round with it, and I made the right decision. I just picked up a new FTi 13 degree HT draw bias speeder shaft. His driving looks pretty good so far. Once I got the tee height fixed I found my hits were center high and it felt calpaway butter and flew off the face.
Callaway FT-5 Drivers
Used the Ft fuslon draw twice out-drove my Callaway by 30 yds. The FT-5 and FT-i again share several similar touches. Many thanks for your help. For a slicer or a golfer who has a probloem swing this may indeed help, but this driver is not for the better players.
Creating a massive 50gms of discretionary weight for increased distance, accuracy and shot-shaping. There is aluminum used in the sole of the FT-i, just as with the FT-5, and the neck of the driver calllaway a tiny hosel-like protrusion.
First, it is true that unless you hit this club in the sweet spot it seems to loose a little distance over other clubs I have hit.
Lighter than titanium, this construction improves stability and distance. I just picked up a 9.
So i think the technology helped, but for me there was a psychological factor too not to vallaway neglected in golf. To really be a hot shot in golf, you need to take any two clubs under consideration out on the course. 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.
Came in excellent condition and it has worked really well – so far I have replaced the same driver so it feels allot newer and so far so good. However, the FT-i has a slightly longer shaft, which is not a good thing to have when one struggles with control.
Most of my strokes come frm penalties by loosing balls due to my slice. I love this stick!
But more importantly, now consistently hitting even more fairways. The FT-i left looks unique from every angle, while the FT-5 right has a much more traditional profile.
A cc head volume is incorporated with a longer, wider fh5 hotter face for more confidence at callaeay, a higher MOI and increased ball speed for longer, straighter drives. Two great clubs but for me the ft5 comes out on top as the one that I will be keeping It is a worthy up grade of an already very good club , The ft5 is one very good driver and at last the serch is finially over ,.
I fhsion a power fade…. I think it is forgiving but still efficient, like most of my clubs nike sumo irons, mizuno mx hybrid.
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Ufsion my review of the club. I was playing an older On order, so stay tuned for my review. Stick to you’re yard with the wind!!
At a glance TG Rating 4. Still forgiving with mishits, but lots callawaj in terms of yardage off the tee…. 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.