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8.6 out of 10

Callaway FT Tour Driver

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Callaway's FT Tour Driver

iGolf
7 June 2010
  • Excerpt: Callaway Golf always seems to find its way into the headlines with its drivers. Whether it’s the ingenuity of the Big Bertha that revolutionized the entire market for big-headed drivers way back in 1991, or the creation of the nonconforming ERC II endorsed by Arnold Palmer earlier this decade, Callaway seems to understand what it takes to get off the tee farther and straighter than most other equipment companies.
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Overall 8
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Minimize Errors

GOLF.com
21 November 2009
  • Summary: Got the Driver free with a new set of irons. Tried it, and it was better than my Cleveland HiBore. Miss hits were not pentalized nearly as much, and it did go a little farther. I am a 12 handicap.
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Club Review: Callaway FT-i Tour Driver

Life in the Rough
10 March 2008
  • Conclusion: As I said at the top, I love this club. The forgiveness is as good as advertised. The high MOI makes sure that off-center hits still have a chance to find the fairway. Distance is right where it needs to be and it’s easy to shape shots. All these positives outweigh the negatives, with price being a possible exception. I would have never paid $500 for a driver, so buying a used one was my only alternative.
  • Pros: The claims made about forgiveness are not understated . I’m coming off the tail-end of winter and am early into my adoption of a one-plane swing, so my ball striking isn’t exactly in mid-season form. I was extremely surprised to see that my mis-hits were better than I expected. Almost every shot I hit at the range would’ve played well on my course. Most of my drives at the course found the fairway, with the exception of one I topped., Distance is quite good . For what...
  • Cons: I can’t ignore the one question I know you have right off the bat: yes, the square club head does take some getting used to . However, it’s something I got used to quickly., It took me a bit to get the feel of what the club head looks like properly squared at address . My first several shots went right, until I realized that the face wasn’t quite square at address. As I said, the square head just looks different and takes some getting used to. Once I found that out, i...
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