Conclusion: Callaway FT-i Driver with Graphite Shaft: The FT-i Driver from Callaway Golf represents a quantum leap in driver design. With the revolutionary 460cc Complete Inertial Design, the FT-i Driver pushes the boundaries of shape, of our imagination, of the rules.
Summary: I like this driver because I can keep the ball in the fairway more often then not, but I have lost over 25 yards on my drives with this club. I used to be in the 260-280 range and now I am lucky to hit it over 250 more then once a round.
Summary: I (12 handicap) received the Driver free with a new set of Irons. Tried it on the range, and noticed my "miss hits" were not nearly as bad as they were with my Cleveland Hi-Bore. I took it on the course, and was pleased to keep more drives in the short grass.
Conclusion: Our feeling is that the driver is best suited to mid to high handicappers who have trouble getting their drives going straight and therefore need all this forgiveness. If this is you then this is probably the best square driver out there at present.
Summary: Of all the Golf Driver Reviews this was certainly the most interesting. The first impression was how strange Callaway's FTi Driver looks. The square look is certainly a move away from the traditional shape of a golf driver.
Conclusion: Just like the other Calloway drivers, it will have features like the draw weighting. Each driver boasts of the ovarian cancer color that goes with a teal accent on the clubhead. It will also have a Fujikura Sakura shaft for women as well as a Winn grip.
Conclusion: The Callaway FT-i driver builds on the company’s exclusive Fusion Technology to produce a driver that is designed to be the world’s straightest. Love it or hate it, this driver has a squared shaped head like the Nike Sumo2 and Nickent’s 3DX Square.