Keep keeping it in the short stuff! So in the end I would recommend the FT-I to golfers looking for a straighter ball flight. Have bought one of these with a Matrix Shaft Where the driver is very corrective is on high and low misses. When I got my FT-5 I liked the lower and wider profile of the clubhead and face. Creating a massive 50gms of discretionary weight for increased distance, accuracy and shot-shaping. The face area is also larger, which contributes to the more substantial appearance.
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Go at 5pm when the course is clear, and hit a shot with each off the tee…. Be assertive in this request.
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. There were little complaints about the 9 degree GBB besides low trajectory. Since purchasing my FT-5 Callaway see aboveone disappointment this summer was the stock grip of the club.
The differences are fuskon than cosmetic, as each driver will appeal to a certain type of player. Other models may have higher MOI, but this one just works so well! I would be interested to see what a good clubfitter could do with the FT-i, though, for a better player.
I feel confident with it most of the time.
Never got it going. Very Solid and stable.
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Alternate the two clubs…and you will find your answer. I am consistently hitting flight drives. So, put callqway a Winn grip, and much, much better. The FTI was stunning.
The FT-5 also has a wider, more symmetric face area and a sleeker profile. Both have a black-and-orange color scheme with reflective silver elements. Once I got the tee height fixed I found my hits were center high and it felt like butter and flew off the face. Callaway has made a shaft switch with these new fusjon, moving from the Aldila NVS that was the stock offering on the FT-3 to a pair of shafts from Fujikura. The ball is so hot of the face it is unreal. Thought 13 degree would class me as a “lady” golfer but its callawau me I can tell you so who ft55.
I have tried other drivers since then, but kept this one. WOW high, long and it went in the direction I aimed it!!!!
Longer and straighter than the taylor mades by far. It is ‘hot’ off the face and, most importantly, hits the ball straight. I just picked one up and I gained 25 yards carry.
I only had the FT-i driver for a day, before trading it in for an FT My colleagues all has a go and were very impressed. This is the identity crisis I alluded to above. I get about the same callaawy with the same swing but with much less accuracy and always, a pronounced fade, regardless of my set up. Already had Callaway FT3 draw with 10 degree loft with regular shaft but found ufsion very hard to get the ball up and over certain trees on my course.
I could not stop smiling. Find a place that will let you take the two demo versions of the clubs out on the course. But the FT-5 was very nice as well.
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But my old driver was also a regular flex srixon callzway I would recomend this driver to anyone even a 20 handicapper. Stick to you’re yard with the wind!! And yards further.