I can also fade and draw quite easily if needed although it does a bit more english if you want to shape it than most other clubs. BTW- I typically hit my drives …. The FT-5 right looks larger at address than the FT-3 left despite having the same clubhead volume. I hope that it plays like most of the reviews say. And yards further. Bought the FT-i 9 degree with a Graphite Design stiff shaft. Matrix Shaft’s are lumpy however a must with this Driver!!
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A titanium cup-face area with VFT Variable Face Thickness technology is married to a lightweight composite body with epoxy, and a series of internal weights distribute mass to specific areas of the perimeter to increase the Moment of Inertia MOI to increase forgiveness, and also to create different types of ball flight. This club has made all the difference to my game. Both the FT-5 and FT-i drivers have a pair of available weight configurations — draw or neutral.
This club is a revelation and I cant recommend it highly enough!! A bargain at Golfbidder price! Unfortunately our season ended abruptly so I hit the club only one round. The Speeder is a That said, clean shots travelled yards for me.
Not much distance loss on off center hits. I have had a fitting session with an ft-i cqllaway the ft-5 and the real difference i found the look at address with the ft-i was that the head was smaller heel to toe which i hated.
Callaway Fusion Ft-5 10 Degree Driver Graphite Stiff Flex Good 236229 Golf
Has a tendency fuwion draw, so will have to factor this into my game. I preferred the FTi as it was so forgiving. Where the driver is very corrective is on high and low misses. Just aim and fire. Both have a black-and-orange color scheme with reflective silver elements.
The FT-5 is feeding me some crow…but it tastes good!!! This provides exceptional stability on off-center hits, while enabling ball flight customization for optimal individual performance. The headcovers are different.
Fusikn it to the FT-5 and aint looked back. They say let the club do the work, well this one is the hardest worker ive come across to date- they are very cheap now- go get one! My clubhead speed is about so I bought the neutral stock stiff shafted club with matrix ozik xcon 6 shaft.
Which one is easier to shape the ball?
BTW- I typically hit my drives …. First, it is true that unless you hit this club in the sweet spot it seems to loose a little distance over other clubs I have hit.
Came in excellent condition and it has worked really well – so far I have replaced the same driver so it feels allot newer and so far so good. Went to a 10 deg neutral and wow, is this thing forgiving and long. On fusoin course today, I hit some monster drives with seemingly minimal effort.
Thought 13 degree would class me as a “lady” golfer but its saved me I can tell you so who cares. All I can say is WOW! Can you also do a review for the new Wilson drivers Smooth? Most of my strokes come frm penalties by loosing balls due to my slice. But know going in that the FT-i design will keep your callawy in play, but not produce miraculous distance on bad swings.
The square design of the FT-i left is unusual but conducive to an easy setup, fusjon the FT-5 is clean and uncomplicated.
Callaway Fusion FT-5 Driver Review | Equipment Reviews | Today’s Golfer
A pair of new drivers from Callaway Golf hit golf shops earlier this spring. I have been using a stock TaylorMade Burner for the last 2 months, and even though when I nail one straight, I can get to maybe one or two every 5 drivesI find that I am nowhere near consistent enough or have the control at a faster swing to warrant using this — more than anything, the driver is killing my scores.
As an FT-3 player, the FT-5 is a step forward, but probably not enough to justify buying a new driver if you still like the previous model which I really do. As advertised, it does want to hit a straight ball.