Summary: I bought the Ft9 10 degree neutral with regular flex used from the Callaway outlet. I had a terrible slice and considered buying the draw model, but I decided to go with the neutral and work on my swing instead of compensating with the draw model. I am glad I went with the neutral.
Summary: This driver is scary long and very playable. I can work this club left and right at ease or simply just pound the ball straight down the middle. It has very nice balance and a pleasing sound at impact, but buy it for the way it plays and you won't be dissapointed.
Summary: Advantages : very low spin rate below 2600. Perfect lanch angle. Maximum distance for swingspeed. reasonably forgiving. Disadvantages: not that easy to work right to left .. probably a good thing as my bad shot is a hook with a driver.
Summary: I bought this club off Callaway Preowned. Like new, and only miss hit 1 drive when I went out yesterday for the first time with it. Hit Longer and straighter than I ever have. It is the first decent Driver I have owned and I freakin love it.
Summary: Played a full round with my new FT-9 yesterday. First drive of the day, no warm up, exactly where I aimed it and the longest drive of the day. Just goes to show a smooth swing produces the best results.
Summary: Very solid feel and really inspires confidence at address. I tend to power draw with occassional hook and this club fixed that little problem for me. The ball comes off, goes a little to the right, and then gently comes back to and lands in the center.