I wonder why Callaway is dumping the IMix Alot better than my old FT I think that is a great shaft so you might want to consider it before trying any of the other more expensive shafts. Could Callaway put two and two together? Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality.

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I have always played 8 or 8. The draw bias allows me to really slug the ball and maintain great controll cal,away the minimum loss of distance.

It’s forgiving, and I’m able to shape shots well. Went to a 10 deg neutral and wow, is this thing forgiving and long.

However that aside I have never in my life been able to push the yard limit on my sweet spot hit drives. Hits it straighter and 30 yards further.

Callaway FT-5 Tour Draw Driver

Take a look this one ,guy!!!! Caplaway have a few different shafts for different courses and conditions although I usually use the stock fujikura. Used the Ft 5 draw twice out-drove my Callaway by 30 yds. Very forgiving along with distance comparitive to much higher priced and well advertised clubs. However, the FT-i has a slightly longer shaft, which is not a good thing to have when one struggles with control.

People thought I was swinging a Volkswagon fy5 a shaft and now that club looks so small…and the two ball putter was thought to be an odd looking club, too. Switched back to my old soundless 11 degree Callaway Fusion and started to launch the ball again but my outside in swing sends many good hits to the right.


The face area is also larger, which contributes to the more substantial appearance. The stability is better than the FT-3 that I currently play so for that reason I will be switching.

This may bother some better players who want more feedback at impact.

Why is the Callaway FT5 Driver soooo gooood?

Wow, best mistake that could have happened. He was kind enough to let me hit it, so I didn’t want to be rude and pry him for info. A must try and must buy for anyone. The FT-5 is a refined, evolutionary update to the FT-3 driver from mid For a slicer or a golfer who has a probloem swing this may indeed help, but this driver is not for the better players. First, the composite body on each has been painted glossy black to match the top of the cup face area, making it look like a traditional driver instead of a multi-material affair.

What I can say about it right now is my grass driving range experience. Others in my group were often longer, but I was deadly accurate. There was no significalnt increase in distance, and I quickly had buyers remorse for spending that much money on a driver that will do little to improve my game.


Slicing the ball can come and go, and you can fiddle with the weights when you are hitting the ball straighter….

But the FT-i has a shorter, no-sock headcover with a magnetic closure system that also sports a black-and-orange color scheme. I have an FT-5 draw for about callasay years now after I tried a number of drivers by the time.

They were all good, but nothing seemed better than my FT-5 Imix. BC Before Callawaybut after three rounds with the FTi, my drives have increased by 20 yards on average. I did not get fitted and have trouble finding a good launch monitor in my area. I used to play with Ping G2 8. Twitter richardaudi easyyy WITB richard golfwrx. The noise at impact is different from Titanium drivers, but easy to get used to, and not as offensive as some other drivers.

Traditionalists will likely not be enthused.