I previously owned an Ft-i but the ft-iq is straighter and longer. I was very impressed with this purchase from Golfbidder. Helpline Club is standard 45″ length. There’s also the glaring fact that when you pay this much for a driver, the grip should be much better. Secondly despite this club being reasonably old well over 5y the face looked brand new and the rest of it was in very good condition I’d tried callaway’s previous square incarnation at the range and had loved it, so I decided to take the plunge and buy the IQ.
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Callaway FT-iQ Driver Review | Equipment Reviews | Today’s Golfer
There’s also the glaring fact that when you callwaay this much for a driver, the grip should be much better. Its not a magic wand that makes everything go straight.
Rate this product Select rating 1 star rubbish 2 imic poor 3 stars average 4 stars very good 5 stars outstanding You must select a rating. I was never a fan of the previous square callaway driver — this is a huge improvement — without a doubt. Just put a nice tempo swing on it and this club works really well.
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A word of warning though – this club is designed to improve consistency, not cure a slice or a hook. Callaway failed to mention it was a draw bias and for a club that claims to get you hitting the ball straighter, it just isn’t very forgiving. Firstly it was swiftly delivered to a convenient location.
I’ve hit several drives from the toe and heel and watched them sail down the middle. 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.
So be carful when buying clubs as production stuff of the self is not always what it says on the tin!! I was very impressed with this purchase from Golfbidder.
The sleak looking new Callaway FT-iQ driver has been designed using influences from Lamborghini supercars and stealth jet fighters and the sample obtained by the Today’s Golfer golf equipment team certainly echoes this.
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I’ll give the Tour or a lower lofted one a go in a few months time for that reason. Sell Your Golf Clubs.
But – if you hit it fairly straight it really does go straight and you’re more likely to get manageable a pull or push than a big hook or slice. I originally gave it 4stars as the grip was shoddy and it was expensive. Secondly despite this club being reasonably old well over 5y the face looked brand new and the rest of it was in very good condition What can I say? As some of you may have noticed, I left a review for this club back in June praising this club.
I’d tried callaway’s previous square incarnation at the range and had loved it, so I decided to take the plunge and buy the IQ. Its Hyperbolic Face Technology creates We take actual images of the item you are buying! Write your review You must enter a review of between and characters.
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Thank you, your review has been submitted successfully and will be imox on the page once approved. This might not sound impressive but it gives you an idea of the forgiveness in the club. Oq still feel that the original grip was the worst grip ever put onto a golf club, but my opinion regarding the rest of the driver has changed, I originally stated that this driver won’t cure a slice or a hook.
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