Summary: At age 74, I needed more consistancy than my long irons provided. From previous experience, I knew that Callaway clubs, across the board, were solid. The FT-iZ #3 hybrid is easy to hit from any lie and I get 180 yards from it. The club has a slight draw bias but I can still fade it with ease. I liked this club so much that I bought a FT-iZ #2 hybrid with the same results and 10 more yards. I switch them out depending on course layout or wind conditions.
Summary: Clubs are an 18* hybrid and a 21*, both of which are the Callaway FT-iz model, which came out for year 2010. Clubhead is deeper from front to back than most hybrids, and face is a tad more shallow than most. Fairly straight hitter, swing speed in mid 90's mph most of time. Short game needs work due to lack of practice. Score is usually around 90 or so. 90's The clubs belong to my brother-in-law.
Summary: Great club, replaced an old 24 deg. 7 wood. Get a little more distance w/this though and straighter. Also have a 22 deg. Taylor Made, but this is easier to hit and usually a straighter flight. Just ordered the 18 deg. 2Hybrid. Can't wait to get it.
Summary: Great hybrid club. Easy to hit, nice high trajectory. Have the 21 degree, 3H and hit it about 195-200 yards and it lands nice and soft on green. Long par 3 killer as long as you don\'t try to muscle it. Don\'t need a 3 iron anymore with this club and looking to get the 24 degree 4H now.
Summary: I bought the 3 and 5 of these hybrids during the off-season last year. After using them for the first couple months of the 2011 season I was finding the distance lacking. I hit a 3-iron about 215 and was expecting a little more than that from the 3 hybrid - but was getting <200. I also didn't find the club-head contact great either from the fairway or the rough. Mid-season I replaced these with 3 and 4 Taylor Made hybrids which I like much better.