I can also fade and draw quite easily if needed although it does a bit more english if you want to shape it than most other clubs. I love the 9. The FT-5 headcover left has a long sock attachment, while the FT-i headcover right is shorter and has a magnetic closure. My HCP is I weakened my grip a bit and began to replicate some decent drives. Swing speed for me is around …peaking at MPH. I then replace the shaft with Mithsubishi Diamana whiteboard only for the head to break.
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First, it is true that unless you hit this club in the sweet spot it seems to loose a little tiur over other clubs I have hit. Thank you, your review has been submitted successfully and will be included on the page once approved. Please try again later! The worst driver i vallaway evr owned. Fusion Technology- FT-5 and FT-5 Tour Drivers use Proprietary Fusion Technology creates an unprecedented 50 grams of discretionary weight which is strategically positioned for a high Moment of Inertia and precise lateral location of the center of gravity.
When I first tried this club, I was totally unimpressed. Switched back to my old soundless 11 degree Callaway Fusion and started to your the ball again but my outside in swing sends many good hits to the right.
I am hitting quite straight, getting yards consistently on the range. I have only swung each a few times, and have had better luck with the FT-i. This designation ensures the actual buyer is reviewing the purchased item. Not much distance loss on off center hits. Features and Tpur of the Callaway FT-5 Tour Neutral driver include a Titanium and carbon composite combine to save 50 grams of discretionary weight that is repositioned to help optimise your drives.
I had been using a Hibore 9.
In sum, have it measured. Cons Loud on impact.
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But the FT-i has a shorter, no-sock headcover with a magnetic closure system that also sports a black-and-orange color scheme. Verified Buyer An individual who has purchased the reviewed item from our company and submitted their review using a process that verifies purchase history. I picked up the FTI today since golf galaxy has them at a whopping dollars. Slicing the ball can come and go, and you can fiddle callaaway the weights when you are hitting the ball straighter….
Contributing to the Fusion confusion is the fact that the Fusion irons have gold as an accent color they follow the lead of the original Fusion driver and the Fusion Wide Sole irons introduced last year have grey as their accent color.
What I can say about it right now is my grass driving range experience. To really be a hot shot in golf, you need to take any two clubs under consideration out on the course.
Traditionalists will likely not be enthused. I usually hit along the right side of the rough.
But at address, this driver is all business. The FT-5 went longer, but I could really spray them wildly offline with a poor swing. I bought an FT-5 and have not had the asstounding results perported here.
Just aim and fire. Went to a 10 deg neutral and wow, is this thing forgiving and long. 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 ,.
The FT-i left has a slightly deeper and more narrow hitting area than the FT-5 right. However if cant fix your slice try the ft-i.
I have not seen the distance loss as some people have seen. Rate this product Select rating 1 star rubbish 2 stars poor 3 stars average 4 stars very good 5 stars outstanding You must select a rating.
Distance wise both similar maybe the ft5 has a slight edge ; Ball does seem to explode more off the club face. This provides exceptional ttour on off-center hits, while enabling ball flight customization for optimal individual performance.
For example, on one driving hole I hit two drives with the FT-i.