Conclusion: Another one of those golf things that I never thought I would own. The FTi Tour edition is one of the strightest and longest club I've owned. It's silly to say that you can buy your game because you still have to hit it, but if people do not take advantage of the technology that is out there, I...
Summary: Bottom line a great club. Worth every penny you pay for it.
Pros: The club is incredibly light and fast thru the swing. I usually don't fall for the new club makes you longer type thing. This unit is getting me extra yards. Not sure exactly how many, but a few anyway. It is extremely straight. Can't go wrong with this club.
Cons: Nothing. The loudness at impact is a good thing I think. Price was a factor, but when I saw it for 249 on sale, I went for it.
Conclusion: I tried the FT-i today figuring I would give the whole square thing a chance. I didn't like the look. However this club was the straightest of all I hit and had above-average distance. Seemed to lack feel to it, I could barely tell I had hit the ball. Also, the sound is very sudden and harsh.
Conclusion: Driver is my problem child, found the FT1 on e-bay for a fraction of the retail. Gotta be careful, lots of copies around. Great confidence builder, I can get distance and usually hit the fairway. Took maybe 10 swings to get used to the shape,don't see it now. If I need accuracy I hit 3 wood anyway.
Summary: I've been using the FTi for one month and in fifty years of golfing I have never had more confidence with a driver. It was initially hard to get used the look but the results have made it beautiful. The rare off center hits still go straight. I haven't seen the right ruff in a month.
Summary: This one is not for me. As big of a technological breakthrough as it may be, it reminds me of a Swiffer sweeper at address. I didn't hit the ball well with this club when I demoed it (about a week). The whole face produces a fairly straight shot with the same feel.