Distance and Technology
Reduces drag in the downswing for higher impact speeds. The progressive shape of Callaway FT-IQ Driver produces our most efficient high inertia clubhead ever. For an optimal combination of performance and feel with stunning looks. Callaway exploited extreme weight placement by utilizing cast titanium, compression cured carbon fiber, formed aluminum and cast steel.
If you put a half way good swing anywhere on the face of this Callaway FT-IQ Driver--it's going to launch the ball well. Every shot felt good. That has a double edged sword to it, as even some fairly gnarly casting motions felt good, and provided respectable distance. What this club will not forgive is the deadly inside to inside motion (not to be confused with inside-square-
This Callaway FT-IQ Driver is very well balanced for a Composite Driver. Once again, the shaft deserves a lot of the credit here. Callaway uses what they call "'Polar Weighting” across the club head to achieve optimal balance." Polar Weighting is just a fancy term for weight concentrations on the front and back. The club's face makes up a full 58% of the club head's weight. The rear and back center weight take up another 16%. That means that that entire "Compression Cured Carbon Body" is a mere 26% of the club head's weight. Still, the club head is pretty obvious in its location throughout the swing. At a rather hefty D4 swing weight, this club is no featherweight.
When choosing Callaway, you will get not just a good club but also a constant challenging faith. As a golfer, I bet you will like her products.
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