Summary: Bought the FT-iQ about a month ago. Took a while to get used to - didn't get consistent results early (pretty routine with new clubs). Like the swing-weight, feel and sound. Never thought I'd get a square headed driver, but it looks good and need some forgiveness once in a while. Overall a great club with amazing technology for a good price.
Summary: This driver is every bits as good as the advertisement says it will be; very balanced, forgiving, long as well as awesome looking. I have played five rounds of golf with it to this point and I couldn't be happier! I have picked up roughly twenty yards on my shortest drives and as much as forty yards on my longest drives. This clubs really deliveries the goods. Thanks, Callaway!!
Summary: This is most recent generation of Callaway Square head. This was also an iMix model with interchangeable shafts. I purchased to get the Graffaloy Epic Shaft. The head was just part of the deal. Well, the FT iQ is one straight driver and solid. It is very stable and wants to fly straight. Pretty nice driver. I was impressed. Several people have hit this 9.5 Tour model head and the better players ALL hit it well. The Epic shaft is also a very good shaft.
Summary: The technology is absolutely amazing and the ease of changing shafts on days when I'm swinging poorly is awesome; but the iQ is not quite as good as the FT-9. Spend the same amount and get the FT-9 tour. The workability is greater, the distance is more, and the shape of the head is much easier to look at.
Summary: I found the Callaway Ft-iQ driver to live up to the hype. It really mimimizes hooks & slices. I truly found myself more times in the fairway than any other driver. I found this driver to be as long as any but I wasn't inpressed with the sound/feel. Being a Being a traditionist it took some getting use to the square look.
Summary: This Callaway Driver has a very solid feel at impact. With the offset square head it has a great draw to the ball during flight. The shaft length at 45" is nice as well, keeps your swing contained as longer shaft drivers tend to leave you a bit open at impact trying to catch up through the swing.
Summary: That club is the straightest driver I have put my hands on, might not suit a golfer who wants to shape its shots, but that is not my problem as long as I want my drives to be on the short stuff. The Fuboki shaft is excellent, slightly stiffer than regular even if marked REGULAR. The head shape is weard looking, but that cannot be seen at address The sound is the one you expect to be delivered by a driver not like the tinnny, high pitch sound provided by most FT Callaway...
Summary: I have had a lot of problems slicing the ball, and after reading many reviews, decided to purchase the FT-iQ. This club won't fix a bad swing, but my shots definitely hold a very straight line with this club. I've played more than 54 holes with this driver, and I have to say that it's the best golf purchase I have ever made. My driving distance is the same with the FT-iQ as it was with my old TaylorMade R7 460, but I am definitely keeping more tee shots in the fairway.