As advertised, it does want to hit a straight ball. The other woods and irons in the Fusion lineup sport a black-and-orange scheme, and the headcovers and grips for the new FT drivers adhere to that precedent. I wuld rate the driver as average at best. If items are extremely old or damaged, they are also not assigned a market value. Heel, toe, or square, you always get a good piece and it goes a long way. I love this stick!
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The shaft is in good condition with small nicks and scratches in the paint. Hits it straighter and 30 yards further.
The FT-5 is a refined, third-generation product that has had any bad traits bred callooway. This club has made all the difference to my game. Alot better than my old FT I bought the FT-i 9. Hit it square and it goes, and with off center hits, less mileage lost as compared to the FT-i.
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Callaway FT-5 Tour Draw Driver
I got the high brow Fujukura Speeder shaft. We cannot change amounts for declared value. I tried it a second time with a shaft better suited to me, and I absolutely loved it after playing one round with it.
The FT-5 went longer, but I could really spray them wildly offline calllway a poor swing. When I got my FT-5 I liked the lower and wider profile of the clubhead and face. I wonder why Callaway is dumping the IMix For the FT-5, there are some relatively minor tweaks. Really helps tame a tt5, gives great confidence off the tee. However that aside I have never in my life been able to push the yard limit on my sweet spot hit drives.
Callaway Fusion FT-5 Driver Review | Equipment Reviews | Today’s Golfer
I am not used to hitting so straight so it took a couple rounds to adjust to hitting where I tf5 instead of planning for a small fade. I highly recommend it! Calloday also enjoy the higher trajectory of the FT-i. The angles of the driver make alignment a snap. Though it is the same size cc as the FT-3, the FT-5 looks bigger at address but less bulbous from the front and back.
I bought a new FTi after demoing one during a scramble. With my swing, the ball off the FT-5 face just goes straight…. They were all good, but nothing seemed better than my FT-5 Imix. Other models may have higher MOI, but this one just works so well!
My colleagues all has a go and were very impressed. I hope I made the right decision.
These are but not limited to: I love the clubhead but hate the stock shaft. I was never able to hit a driver at all but tried one out at my golf club and duffed only 1 of about 50 balls on my first go.
I previously owned an FT-3 with the NV stiff shaft. I just picked up a new FTi 13 degree HT draw bias speeder shaft. As advertised, it does want to hit a straight ball. The ball flight of the FT-5 is hotter than its predecessor, starting out high but staying lower at its apex.
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