The FT-i should help with your swing plane in the back and forward swing. It is a significant improvement over the Taylor. I think the FTi is a great club. Traditionalists will likely not be enthused. I noticed that teeing the ball higher with the FT-i has also helped compared to teeing very low with with the GBB.
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I will trade this driver in for a loss I am afraid for something else. I shot a 41 for 9 holes with the FTi as I hit 6 of 9 fairways and had good fairway shots to the green. The square shape makes a great handle to hold the club while I work the shaft in and out of my pooper. It would also be a lot easier on my pocket. Too often, people make their choice based on performance on the driving range…. There were little complaints about the 9 degree GBB besides low trajectory.
Both are well worth the hefty price-tags. My drives were at least 20 yards farther than with my old driver.
The sound took a little getting used tosimilar to whacking a 59 Buick hub-cap with a cresent wrench. The Big Bertha name is gone from the FT-5 and FT-i more ft that bit of identity crisis laterbut the design basics remain.
The FT-5 headcover is a traditional design with a long black sock area and a black-and-orange protective top.
For example, on one driving hole I hit two drives with the FT-i. I found that the shaft that comes with the driver is its down fall. The FT-5 is feeding me some crow…but it tastes good!!! Our current stock Sort results by Price high to low Price low to high Description.
Is one of them worthy of a place in your bag? Disappointed – exact same set up as my FT3 draw biasbut just did not get on with it. Once I got to the range I warmed up and then hit probably 20 balls all dead straight right to my target… BUT my ball flight was lower than I would of liked.
The draw bias allows me to really slug the ball and maintain great controll re-gaining the minimum loss of distance.
The Ft-i is straight and long. Benefits to the High Handicapper: Helpline When I got my FT-5 I liked the lower and wider profile of the clubhead and face.
I was custom fitted and must have tried, at least, 20 different clubs, shafts, lofts and, without exception, this was far and away THE best club I tried. Switched back to my old soundless 11 degree Callaway Fusion and started to launch the caloaway again but my outside in swing czllaway many good hits to the right.
For anyone out there who has always had trouble with he driver this is a godsend. This club is very good and I was hitting straight and long, recommended.
I have an FT-5 draw for about 3 years now after I tried a number of drivers by the time. Callaaway club, worth the money.
I love this thing. I had purchased an FT-3 from ebay and received an FT-i by mistake. Thus, less side spin…or slice.
A really excellent club for me with the Graphalloy Prolaunch Red S shaft. I do the slice thing regularly.
That said, clean shots travelled yards for me.
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