Summary: This driver is much hotter than its 2007 counterpart. Incredibly easy to keep straight. The face is a little more closed at address than the original FT-i, with the regular model at 1* closed and the tour model at .5* open. I also tried the FT-9 and Diablo before i bought this.
Summary: THIS CLUB IS THE BEST ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY THAT CALLAWAY HAS TO OFFER GREAT QUALITY AND FEEL THE HEAD IS A LITTLE CLUMZY BUT THE PERFORMANCE IS Aced!!! THE ONLY PROBLEMS: 1.YOU NEED TO PAY $500 USD FOR THIS 2.
Summary: the only part of this review i give less than 5 stars is the aesthetics. This club really is the real deal. Although the price stag is a bit steep, it is still cheaper than most of the top end japanese drivers you find on TSG.
Conclusion: had the ft5 and it usually took care of my slice. It was 10 degree draw after I had returned 11 degree draw. Still a great club, but the FT-IQ is a whole lot straighter. This club has draw designed in and has cut my slice to minimal and the tour version is neutral they say.
Conclusion: I am a high handicapper when I don’t get the chance to play often. When I play weekly it gets down to mid teens. I used to use a Nike Ignite 450 9’ and hit fairly long, not terribly accurate. I was lucky enough to get the last new 9’stiff flex at demo pricing ($150!
Conclusion: As a high handicapper who plays with a social club on different courses every 2 weeks I was really struggling to get decent drives away. My wife bought me a tour version 10 deg with imix regular shaft. WHAT A DIFFERENCE!
Conclusion: Been using the FT-iQ for a few months now, and am thoroughly enjoying the accuracy and confidence. My previous driver was the 2008 Cleveland Launcher XLS (damn loud) which gets me slightly longer distance but with much more shot dispersion…and it was non-conforming… While addressing over the ball,...