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: 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.