The FT-3 is an intimidating driver to look at at address. Got the club yesterday, as ever from Golfbidder 1 day after ordering!! I can honestly say I have never hit such distances, with such accuracy, that I have with this club. But there are some important differences in how the FT-3 is put together. A high tee is essential for a good flight.
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There are two different models of the FT After using the Callaway FT-3 fusion my handicap remains low, thank you Callaway. Think FT-5 would suit younger player with faster handspeed.
Neutral for maximum workability; Draw for reducing a slice or fade and promoting a draw; or Fade for reducing a hook and promoting a fade or straight ball. Just got an FT-3 Tour Edition 8.
Yes, it is longer than my Ti, and with the control the NV 65 brings, perhaps straighter on lower-quality swings. Isn’t golf a wonderful game when things go right? It truly transformed my fusio from the tee. Fusion Technology is all about the marriage of two distinctly different materials in the clubhead: The Tour, in my situation, is a great club.
That non-marked Callaway ball is about to be punished!
It’s surprisingly long despite calpaway sound that a dislike a bit. The massive yellow chevron that sat in the middle of the ERC Fusion sole is gone, replaced by a smaller and more understated chevron.
Long and straight,what more can you ask for. I would be interested in whether the draw model actually will help a high handicap player.
Sound is different, more of a thunk than a tink and is quite satisfactory. PS, get a neutral one and use calladay swing to fade or draw or it will mess up all your other clubs.
At first its higher kick point than the Taylor Made Tour-S I had made the club seem a bit less alive in my hands, but the feel has returned over time — not a pole at all, but very callsway feeling.
Conclusion For the first time since the ERC II five years ago, Callaway Golf has a driver that stands out from everything else in terms of design and performance. Smallest sweet spot I have ever encountered.
After looking around I believe the Callaway FT-3 will be a great improvement to my game, especially with the different configurations to the common flaws in your swing; mine being the slice. The club itself, great ball flight, easy to control, due to the stiff shaft, great distance and a much better sound than some that are on offer! But there are some important differences in how the FT-3 is put together.
Not too keen on the sound it makes, but I hope to get used to that. He was not kidding, I have been hitting Callaway irons for three years and my shots are crisp and straing, but when I hit my Cleveland Launcher off the tee things would tend to go sour.
There are some relatively minor cosmetic differences between the standard FT-3 and the Tour model.
Typical golf bidder, great service and good quality club at good price. I have always been a pretty straight-to-draw hitter and I just needed a bit bigger head than the Bdrtha Fusion for extra forgiveness when I really wanted to go go for flat out swings.
Only problem is I’ve brought into play bunkers that in the past I would only have dreamed of reaching. Used my ft3 on Friday long, straight and awesome, the service from golfbidder was faultless as usual would recommend both club and golfbidder to anyone!
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. First, the head is much larger. Now, of couse, maybe draq club was simply a placebo, providing me with the incentive to sort out my techincal problems.
First time i hit it i was addicted! At impact it sounds a bit dull, but it is very forgiving and produces a strong trajectory that is easy to shape in all directions.
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