Summary: Great looking driver, great stiff shaft. I was a little worried about the built in draw. Sure enough, if I lose form, I end up w/a snap hook. This is of course my fault. Overall an above avg. driver and a great price.
Summary: I bought this from another site, and I do really like my driver. But, the paint on the top of the head has a couple small chips after very little usage. Still, it's a nice big driver that's easy to hit. I got mine with the stiff flex graphite shaft and it suits me pretty well. I've tried other drivers - namely those big fat square-headed ones, which I like more.
Summary: This is a very good golf club. I recently purchase this product cus of the Diablo Edge I purchased was a two or three degree draw bias. Had purchased the Callaway Big Bertha 454Ti but tried out this FT9 on the range n San Diego Ca. Was impressed with ever since...
Summary: Good club . Went from 10.5 to 9.5 produced a lower flight and helped straighten out slice. Callaway FT9 driver nuetral is a very good product . Was easy to adjust to in a sort time.Produced longer straighter ball flight.
It was an excellent value for such a quality product.
11 August 2011
Summary: I have been looking for a new driver for a few months, I currently own a Callaway 460X 11 degree Driver. I am have a high handicap (15) and dont play as much as I would like. I tried a FT-9 9.5 and was hitting a slight draw and getting 250-260 yards with a little slice on a few holes. But I am hitting more fairways and getting 20 more yards than I was with my old driver.
Summary: I received a neutral bias driver. I hit a relativly straight ball and didn't want the added complications of a closed face set up. Me, personnally I play to an 8, but can get to 5 when playing a decent short game. I never buy a new driver, obsene cost so I'm always 1 year behind. Irons are a different story, I'm obsessed. First off, I'm not a Callaway fan. I had a 460 a few years ago and hated it. My son has it now and hits the crap out of it.
Summary: I saw other golfers using the FT-9 and they had such good results that I tried it. I have used three Taylor Made drivers with draw weighting to help take the right side of the course out of play. This Callaway is a good, quality club; has a solid feel and good balance. The right side of the course is now out of play....but so is the middle. I bought the wrench and the senior shaft as an alternative and the results are pretty much the same.
Summary: I've found it to be a good club. I sometimes struggle to control it (my fade can turn into a slice rather quickly), but when I'm swinging the club well, I get tremendous distance and a good low ball-flight.