Callaway FT-iQ Tour Driver Club

Large Carbon Titanium Square Head

Posted by Robert

Note: ZipGolfer may receive a small commission from our partner should you choose to purchase this item

Callaway FT-iQ Tour Driver Club If I told you that I created something taking the technology from stealth bombers and Formula 1 racing cars, you'd probably think I was talking about a space ship. Nope, it's a golf club.

The FT-iQ Tour Driver is Callaway's latest golden child. This bad boy has more cutting edge technology than the Space Shuttle, the IPhone, and Donald Trump's hair gel combined.

Let's check it out, shall we?

It's a square head driver giving it a high MOI. It has Hyperbolic Face Technology -- that is, the hyperbolic shaping of the face thickness dramatically improves impact efficiency and produces a larger hitting area. The Fusion Technology is the merging of the carbon composite body with the titanium face cup which allows for more weight to be moved to the perimeter, and the Complete Inertial Design guarantees that all aspects of the club design "perform at their peak levels" and is "microwave safe." (I made up that last part.)

Let's get to brass tacks here. This club is long and straight. You will bomb your drives like that of the aforementioned stealth bomber, although it won't be stealth as this does have that annoying tinny sound you get with these "new fandangled" drivers.

I'm a purist when it comes to golf, and I've been slow to come around to the big square head drivers, but I do like this one. I like the look of the sleek black club head, and the visible weighting in the rear corners is very cool. This allows for a draw weighting for the standard model or a neutral weighting for the tour model.

That being said, I'm going to hold onto my Titliest 907 driver as it doesn't have that annoying sound, and its sweet feel and workability is more my style.

Find this Callaway FT-iQ Tour Driver:

Find this driver on eBay:

CURL error code = 6. (Could not resolve host:

Leave a Comment

It sounds like SK2 has recently been updated on this blog. But not fully configured. You MUST visit Spam Karma's admin page at least once before letting it filter your comments (chaos may ensue otherwise).

Please note: Comment moderation is enabled and may delay your comment. There is no need to resubmit your comment.