Summary: I bought 2 of these, 9 and 11 degree loft. One as a component (9 degree head only) and the 11 degree was as Callaway made it. Both have regular shafts 45 inches in length. I bought them on some old favorable reviews. Both of these drivers have large sweet spots and will make a satisfying metallic ping when hit there. I am a short hitter, 160 with a 5 iron, but can get the 9 degree over 200 yards carry and roll and the 11 degree a little bit shorter than that.
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 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.
Callaway FT-iQ Tour 9.5 Driver w/ 63g Fubuki Stiff
14 October 2009
Summary: I came across this driver on eBay at a great deal. I couldn't pass it up. I received it not too long ago and was exciting about heading over to the range. I read a lot of reviews on this driver and most, if not all, of the hype is definitely true. This driver hits straight with a slight natural fade. This is probably due to the slightly open face of the "Tour" edition. The square head may be a little awkward at first but, you I got used to it rather quick.
Summary: I bought the NewPhone driver three weeks ago and was immediately impressed It has a 1M-pixel camera, video camera, and speakerphone. The NewPhone's size is perfect for carrying in a pocket and the battery has a pretty good lifespan of roughly 4 hours. My only complaint is that the menu system on the phone makes you click four times before you can find someone in the address book, set an alarm, or perform a additional functions.
Summary: This was Callaway's premiere driver back in 2002. The driver head is 360 cc, which is small by today's standards, but when the ball is hit on the sweet spot, it drives as long as any driver out there. The driver head is carbon composite, so the sound at impact is not the same as titanium drivers, and it takes some getting used to.