Summary: I've owned so many drivers over the years, I can't remember them all. Here is the deal, this is a good driver but you have to have the swing for it. Smooth back swing and smooth down swing will reward you with a bomb of a drive. Rush your swing, swing too hard or too fast...you will not like this club. When I leaned on it for a few more yards, it would go right or left with the ball flight varying from really high to perfect.
if you want to hit the fairway again,this may be your answer.
2 February 2012
Summary: i bought this in the i-mix with a pro launch platinum shaft in stiff flex.it has a good look at address and a good feel.i was hitting a power fade and slice before and im now able to draw the ball again.like with all drivers,getting the right loft and shaft is everything.this combination works well for me with a 106 mph swing.when the weather breaks i will try this head with my other shafts.thats what i like the most about the i-mix.
Summary: Bought the club because of the discounted price and was looking for extra distance. Although it is very easy to hit, I didn't get any improvement in distance, which is disappointing. (Although I'm a 20 Handicap,I usually hit the ball quite well off the Tee, with most of my high scoring due to a poor short game)
Summary: The new FT iz is a great driver for the player whose seeking a higher and longer flight. While if hit on plane and squarely, there are few drivers that go as far, if hit offline it tends to spin a lot. Overall, a good driver from Callaway.
Summary: Excellent club but the Regular shaft is far too flexible. Lightweight and well shaped head probably helps high handicaps in gaining precision. Nice to watch and to use. Unusually unconfortable the head cover. However, comparing it with my previous FT 9, do not sea great advantage and, therefore, will continue to use the FT 9. Would reccomend it only for hcp from 15 to 30, not lower.
Summary: This is a very nice driver. I'm sure it will work for alot of people especially if your ball flight(righties) tends to go from left to right. My problem is my ball flight tends to be right to left so for me I had to work way to hard to keep it from hooking. I'm sure had I bought the tour model which is 1 degree open opposed to the neutral model I bought that problem would have been solved.