Callaway FT-9 Driver

Tour Neutral Advanced Low Handicap

Posted by Robert

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Callaway FT-9 Driver You're looking at Callaway's most advanced driver. This is the next generation of the FT-5 with a composite frame 7 percent longer from front to back and uses six different materials to move the center of gravity low and deep.

The FT-9 has "Hyperbolic Face Technology" and "Fusion Technology." The HFT is a state-of-the-art design giving the driver tremendous ball speeds across the entire club face. The Fusion Technology enhances perimeter weighting by fusing a carbon composite body with a titanium face cup. This provides a precise positioning of the center of gravity and a "GI-NORMOUS" sweet spot for more stable off-center shot.

The best thing about the FT-9 is the workability plus the toned-down sound. With most of the modern large-headed drivers, I can't easily work the ball with a fade or a draw, but the FT-9 is a shot makers club that is designed for creative shot making. What's more is, it doesn't have that annoying "tink" sound that I associate with these new drivers.

I would recommend this driver for the low handicapper that is looking for the best of both worlds: a big headed driver with a huge trampoline effect that also provides some workability.

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  1. Cleveland Launcher Driver Club w/ 460cc Clubhead | Shaun Micheel 2003 PGA Tour Says:

    [...] as opposed to responsive and workable. For a driver that is more tour designed, I like the Callaway FT-9 Tour Driver. It still has the modern, large head, but with a toned-down sound and responsive [...]

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