Callaway FT-iQ Driver 8. Write your review You must enter a review of between and characters. This might not sound impressive but it gives you an idea of the forgiveness in the club. 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. To create the highest level of performance, it takes the brightest minds exploiting cutting edge materials, shapes and technologies. Club is an absolute steal at this price.
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To create the highest level of performance, it takes the brightest minds exploiting cutting edge materials, shapes and technologies.
Callaway FT-IQ Driver
Club is standard 45″ length. I went to a club fitter who works with alot of guys on mini tours fy-iq when he checked the swing weight it was playing d4 instead of the d2 you don’t get this service from a normal custom fit swing weights and counter balancing.
Club is an absolute steal at this price. Used but in fantastic shape. Firstly it was swiftly delivered to a convenient location. Actual photos of the club for sale used. Posted 29 May – I’ve had mine 4 months and the grip is already going smooth and horrible and I only play 2 times a week. This club is 45″ callawaj with a Mitsubishi rayon Fubuki 60 Stiff flex graphite shaft with a Callaway std grip.
I have just got an fti q 13 degree loft.
And everything on the Callaway Callawaj has been designed to improve on the market defining FT driver, with improvements made across the board. Yea i have a serial number on the 8 iron. The plastic is in the shaft hole to protect threads. The standard will suit most golfers promoting straighter drives, whilst the Callaway FT-IQ tour model sits a little open allowing the all to be shaped more easily.
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Its basically squarw well weighted forgiving driver which dampens down side spinespecially slice. I’ll give the Tour or a lower lofted one a go in a few months time for that reason. Some of you might be thinking “he’s blaming the club i-mkx than callaqay swing”, but I assure you that having seen my pro several times recently there is nothing wrong with my game – in fact I’m hitting all my other clubs sweetly.
I dont need two sets of clubs with same characteristics hence the reason for getting rid of the 22 tours and going with something a little more playable since i already have forgiveness in the AP2’s.
Its Hyperbolic Face Technology creates I haven’t regretted it since. As some of you may have noticed, I left a review for this club back in June praising this club. Now this is all well and good if you have a fade or slice. Until then I will enjoy playing my second off short grass.
I’ve forgotten my password. Well, 12 months on I felt I had to change my review. I immediately loved it and found my dispersion was very tight and was hitting straight shot after straight shot I haven’t regretted it.
One thing that Callaway failed to mention, though if you look hard enough the information is there in small print, is the standard FT-iq is draw bias.
Its not a magic wand that makes everything go straight. Bear in mind that mine is 13 degree loftso might be a bit more on the forgiving side than maybe a 10 degree? This might not sound impressive but it gives you an idea of the forgiveness in the club. He ordered these and the X-forged This topic is locked.