Summary: I was making a complete upgrade to my clubs and got a fantastic price for this club and a 3-wood that is also a FT-iZ. Compared to my old woods, this is like going from a Honda to a Mercedes Benz. They hit great and I couldn't be happier.
Summary: My friend had bought this driver so I was able to try it out on the golf course which is better than trying it at golf store.This club hits it long and straight ,i fell in love and had to buy it.Bought it on ebay for $90 use and it looked new you can buy it new now for $100 on some web sites.It has the adilla voodoo shaft in reg flex which is like a $300 shaft.this club is not adjustable but I have no need for that.TRY this club
Summary: Recently bought a Callaway FTiZ I-Mix 9 deg with Mitsubishi 53 Bassara H Stiff. Although it is a superceded model, it has technology to match many new drivers in the market. Performance is awesome-this is one driver that will not produce a bad shot. All mis-hits go straight and far. Good hits go even further. Callaway has done a fantastic job with this driver. The bonus is it is fitted with interchangeable shaft.
Summary: Bought one from Craigslist barely used for $60. Comes with fujikura speeder shaft tour stiff flex.... These driver is hot! Long ang straight boring trijectory even for a 10 degree loft.... Best buy ever for the quality..... If I mis it, it's a hook. I can't even slice on this driver. But I can work on my shots, considering how friendly is this driver. Sounded good too. I tried the BB II, diablo, ft iq and ft 5. All great drivers. But this one is the best....
Summary: Best Callaway driver I have owned and I have tried them all, longer than R-11 easily and feels the same at impact, to me the only difference is the sound, very long club compared to me last driver a 907 D1. I play maybe 12 to 15 rounds a year now because of work and this driver is just fine for finding the fairway.
Summary: Picked up one of these used at my local golf store for $99.00 with vs proto by you shaft. This is a great replacement for my Titleist 907 D1. Already used to the triangle shape so it didn't take any getting used to. I find it is a much easier to hit club than the Titleist. Both are extremely straight hitting clubs but The Callaway gives me a few extra yards and seems to be more forgiving. Which ever one you can find at the best price would be the best way to go.