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8.4 out of 10

Callaway FT-9 Driver

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Reviews for Callaway FT-9 Driver

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Callaway FT-9 I-Mix Driver

Golfonline
30 November 2011
  • Summary: Power fade anyone? This club should definitely be chosen over the standard model if you can generate the club head speed to operate this (~97mph is a good starting point). With a slightly open face (half a degree), it promotes a lower, more penetrating ball flight. Absolutely perfect for maintaining driving distance when facing strong winds. This club has been designed with maximum workability in mind so make sure you practice shaping shots with it.
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Callaway FT-9 Driver

scotgolf, Today's Golfer
21 June 2009
  • Excerpt: I have the Callaway FT-9 Driver with 10* loft and the stock regular shaft in neutral set up in my bag now for the past 10 weeks and I can honestly say that I am now hitting the ball at least 5-10 yds further than my older Ping G10 driver. The Ft-9 I feel sits more square at address and promotes a very good flight of the ball both into the wind and wnd assisted.
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Overall 10
10

loves it, loves it, loves it.

5545josephine, Ebay
9 April 2014
  • Summary: My Husband bought this club to improve his golf. He has been winning the golf matches nearly every week and it has improved his swing.
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10

Callaway

Jon R. Balsley "deeznutz", Amazon
15 January 2014
  • Summary: Great driver,especially for the money.I've had plenty of equipment from Callaway and so far this driver is like everything else from them,great quality!
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Overall 8
8.0

FT9 Driver

Dude, Amazon
11 May 2013
  • Summary: Great looking driver, great stiff shaft. I was a little worried about the built in draw. Sure enough, if I lose form, I end up w/a snap hook. This is of course my fault. Overall an above avg. driver and a great price.
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Overall 8
8.0

I like it well enough.

Steve K "Steve K", Amazon
23 April 2013
  • Summary: I bought this from another site, and I do really like my driver. But, the paint on the top of the head has a couple small chips after very little usage. Still, it's a nice big driver that's easy to hit. I got mine with the stiff flex graphite shaft and it suits me pretty well. I've tried other drivers - namely those big fat square-headed ones, which I like more.
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Overall 10
10

Do yourself a favor...Buy an FT-9. I will never go back to another Brand

dots-n-things, Ebay
4 November 2012
  • Summary: I had a "Knock-off" 7.5 driver (Taylor Made with Blue Pro-Launch -- Low Kick) for a couple years that was never consistent, usually I skied it too high and often ended on the right side of the fairway or worse. My swing speed isn't crazy fast, but I could pop it out there 250 yards. BUT only if my swing was "perfect" every time. I suspected I needed a stiff lower-launch shaft with a quality Head. I just needed a more forgiving Driver.
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A great buy for the money

jlay4284, Ebay
3 November 2012
  • Summary: The FT-9, although an older model, still performs at a high level. The club I purchased was/is in excellent shape and the ball flies off the face. I'm glad I made the purchase and am always excited to step up to the first tee and let 'er fly.
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Overall 10
10

This club plain WORKS!

markczajka, Ebay
8 October 2012
  • Summary: I bought the Callaway FT-9 draw bias driver, with the iMix shaft by Fugikura. I had an Ft-IQ that I had to close the face to eliminate my slice. But this FT -9 draw is great. I wanted a draw bias to make it easier for me to hit it straight. I am hitting the ball straighter and farther than ever. I gained at least 20 yards. My worst shot is a little pull if I. Reach for the ball. The club cost me $36 including shipping.
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User Review

jeff, GolfReview.com
26 July 2012
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