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- DescriptionDesigned for professional golfers, the Callaway FT-i Tour driver offers distance, flexibility, and control. The low center of gravity (LCG) of this Callaway golf club decreases spin and generates a more penetrating ball flight, for longer and straighter shots. The Callaway FT-i employs the revolutionary 460 cc complete inertial design, stepping up your performance by delivering high moment of inertia (MOI). This tour driver adopts Fusion Technology, distributing weight to areas of the clubhead where it is needed most, thus offering unprecedented playability and performance. Enjoy your game with this high-performance Callaway golf club.
- ModelFT-i Tour
- Club TypeDriver
- Shaft MaterialGraphite
- Head MaterialCarbon Composite
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- teetime456Nov 10, 2009by
FT-i LCG Tour 9.5 i-mix
A good driver head. Good distance from all hits on the face, except the far toe or heel. Heel and toe hits don't feel tha bad due to the square, high MOI design. The LCG keeps the ball lower than the Regular head. But the driver head has only a small part in the overall performance. Shaft determines whether it is a high, medium, or low launch. The i-mix system allow you to switch shafts and head combinations to optimize your trajectory, and get maximum distance. The only thing I did not like was the sound. Loud and irritating.
- macmar77Jan 01, 2011by
callaway ft9 tour driver
I have enjoyed getting 5+ extra yards on the drive,easily the longest driver I have used in two years.Got tired of switching shafts,(shaft removal and installing).With the i-mix system it's a wrench away(15 sec.)And if you don't like the shafts available you can purchase an adapter and install your own shaft.The face angle on this ft-9 tour model is square,and it's a nuetral wieght.I switch between a red board and the stock fuji shaft.A great find.
- william796Nov 03, 2009by
Photo so important,shaft x flex,shaft46"length
this is the 3rd fti driver I bought on ebay. the 2hd said it was an x shaft, great price, I bought it. got the driver and it was a xcon but s flex. I already have a friend who wants it. This driver had the kind of information and photos a serious golfer needs. It shows x flex and says it has a 46" shaft. and the brand name. the shaft is everything in a driver; I think it is. the first fti x flex shaft, 46" was as it said. I gave this driver to my son. He hits the ball a long way, and I hit one iron higher than my son, who has a strong swing. He proved this driver for me, this last golf season. I have many drivers and some times the difference between a 9* and a 10.5* will make a diference on the golf course your playing. my plesure william796
- wiscbadgerFeb 04, 2008by
Callaway FT I
I played my Ping G5 last season and was satisfied with the results until demo days at my home course. The Callaway rep asked what I wanted to hit and my instict was to try the square headed FT I. He recommended the draw bias after seeing me try to steer my Ping from left to right. I immediatly hit the ball solid down the middle of the fairway with just a hint of a draw. I occasionaly hit my G5 on the screws and put it out there at 270 yds and the Callaway might be just a tad shorter but I found the fairway on each swing with the FT I, and for a natuaral slicer, the draw bias was just what I was looking for. The sound coming off the club is not as rewarding as the Ping but what the hell- i can live with the thud instead of the clink. The Speeder 586 shaft is much more suited to my game than the Ping Grafalloy Pro Launch. There were periods last season where I cound not control the Ping- I was snap hooking every shot because of bad tempo/ swinging too hard. The Callaway is just much more forgiving Read full review
- sedgwickianSep 06, 2010by
Callaway IZ I mix driver
Great club, long, solid and forgiving, easy to change shafts and to take the head off for travel. Plus I got a free Kodak camera.