It has the performance you expect from a top-of-the-line driver, and has enough options to make it appeal to nearly any level of golfer. I played a GBB 7. I bought the FT-i 9. Redeem your points Conditions for uk nectar points – opens in a new window or tab. Which one is easier to shape the ball? I first had the 10 deg draw with stock stiff, but was hooking it way too much. Notify me of follow-up comments by email.
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Postage cost can’t be calculated. I have a wicked imid and have to close the club face and step forward with my left foot to keep the ball from slicing. Both have a black-and-orange color scheme with reflective silver elements. The differences are more than cosmetic, as each driver will appeal to a certain type of player.
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I never liked Callaway products until I tried this driver. Contributing to the Fusion confusion is the callawway that the Fusion irons have gold as an accent color they follow the lead of the original Fusion driver and the Fusion Wide Sole irons introduced last year have grey as their accent color.
The black Fujikura shaft and understated rubber grip add to the non-flashy look. The FT-5 comes standard with a inch, gram Fujikura E shaft that has mid torque and a mid kickpoint, available in caloaway, regular and stiff flexes. If my game is even close to how I was hitting it at the range then my friends are going to hate me.
Which one is easier to shape the ball?
The FT-5 also has a wider, more symmetric face area and a sleeker profile. As I understand it, the closed face actually increases the loft degree a bit….
Once I got the tee height fixed I found my hits were center high callaaay it felt like butter and flew off the face. My index right now is On the course today, I hit some monster drives with seemingly minimal effort.
Long, penetrating and very solid through impact. I picked up the FTI today since golf galaxy has them at a whopping dollars. Although not playing a quality ball like the Bridgestone E6this thing is straight, super straight. Too stiff a shaft on your old club, and your ball may have started right, and moved more right due to a misfitted shaft. If you catch one flush with the driver, it is nearly as long as the FT-5, thanks to that extra three-quarters cti an inch in shaft length.
For the FT-5, there are iimix relatively minor tweaks. I know the course so well and where my tee balls land, I expect much more distance without the right bend and the fact that I can swing faster without worry. Both clubs have the same rubber grips with subtle alignment aids and Callaway logos. The calalway was straight and long.
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By submitting a review you agree to be bound by our terms and conditions. I love the clubhead but hate the stock shaft. The square head seems to help start the backswing better, and it has a great feel to it. Is one of them worthy of callawway place in your bag?
By the way i got my driver off of ebay for only canadian!
I would be interested to see what a good clubfitter could do with the FT-i, though, for a better player. If this is you then this is probably the best square driver out there at present. Nice looking driver which despite good stats did not stand out for me. Have been hitting longer, straighter. Skip to main content.
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