But the FT-i has a shorter, no-sock headcover with a magnetic closure system that also sports a black-and-orange color scheme. The square shape makes a great handle to hold the club while I work the shaft in and out of my pooper. Rate this product Select rating 1 star rubbish 2 stars poor 3 stars average 4 stars very good 5 stars outstanding You must select a rating. Can you also do a review for the new Wilson drivers Smooth? Notify me of new posts by email.
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Sign up for news and sale notices. Heres my review of the club. The sound at impact is better, with a louder metallic smack and only the slight hint of the plastic sound that plagued the original Fusion driver and lingered a bit with the FT What is the difference between an FT-5 tour and FT-5, besides the shaft weight and availability of What I hear from retailers is that the Cllaway gets a lot of ft, but that more golfers end up buying the FT-5 due to the price and performance.
Any feedback you can provide in regards to these two drivers would be great… Thanks czllaway another great review!! How about the workability difference between these two clubs? So i think the technology helped, but for me there was a psychological factor too not to be neglected in golf.
Callaway FT-5 Tour Drivers
I get about the same distance with the same swing but with much less accuracy and always, a pronounced fade, regardless of my set up. I never hit so many fairways in all my life.
Rate this product Select rating 1 star rubbish 2 stars poor 3 stars average 4 stars very good 5 stars outstanding You must select a rating. But at address, this driver is all business. Less dispersion and side spin for me.
Heel, toe, or square, you always get a good piece and it goes a long way. In my first two rounds of golf I have been able to hit a and couple yard drives.
Callaway FT 5 Drivers user reviews : out of 5 – 73 reviews –
This designation ensures the actual buyer is reviewing the purchased item. The angles of the driver make alignment a snap. This may bother some better players who want more feedback at impact.
I must retract my earlier comments about tiur newly purchased FT What is the difference between the two years? Of course, only an opinion; but consider saving dollars of your money.
In fact it has a really meaty, solid sound at impact, I love it. This has totally changed my game.
Callaway FT-5 Tour Draw Driver
When I first tried this club, I was totally unimpressed. I switched to the FT-5 neutral face with a stiff shaft. The gram weight located at the rear of the driver lowers the CG for optimal trajectory.
Though it is the same size cc as the FT-3, the FT-5 looks bigger at address but less bulbous from the front and back. This club is not a gimmick, as I feel Callaway is really on to something for my handicap range. It may be psychological…but it seems as if my control now is even better.
Benefits to the High Handicapper: Verified Toyr An individual who has confirmed their email address using our validation process. The FT-5 headcover left has a long sock attachment, while the FT-i headcover right is shorter and has a magnetic ft.
I could not stop smiling. Still forgiving with mishits, but lots lost in terms of yardage off the tee…. Ff5 think that is a great shaft so you might want to consider it before trying any of the other more expensive shafts. But what a round. I have a wicked slice and have to close the club face and step forward with my left foot to keep the ball from slicing.