But does it work for us hackers who have that shot which turns from power fade to perplexingly ugly power slice? The FT3 was clearly the choice-none of the other drivers even came close: Can I work the ball a little? Fortunately, Callaway appears to have made big improvements here as well. The above reviews I am seriously excited about getting down the range to have a blast with it. You have no idea how much of a relief it is! I used the shop by custom shaft option and was able to find just what I was looking for.
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Notify me of new posts by email. The Tour, in my situation, is a great club. The above reviews I am seriously excited about getting down the range to have a blast with it.
Draw, Neutral, and Fade.
Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Ft-3 11 Degree Driver Graphite Regular Flex 223871
Given the huge array of lofts and weight positions, the FT-3 should appeal to nearly any type of golfer. The Neutral versions have the weight spread more evenly around the perimeter of the club, while the Fade model has more weight toward the toe to keep the face from closing to help golfers fight a hook. 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 stable feeling.
There are three dots on the heel of each club along with a designation of whether that clubhead has the Draw, Neutral or Fade weighting. 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. Fast forward to the present day.
NovI Used Callaway X After using the Callaway FT-3 fusion my handicap remains low, thank you Callaway. The Tour models have the weight tweaked slightly to help better golfers achieve a flatter ball flight, while the standard models have a lower center of gravity.
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The hitting area has a brushed finish and three rows of scorelines framing the smooth sweet spot, and the sides and bottom of the cup face sport a high-polish mirror finish. But the other testers to try the driver side-by-side with their existing drivers were within five yards of their best drives with FT The Callaway Big Bertha Fusion FT-3 driver is an improvement on the composite Fusion driver, but only it’s mother would love it’s looks!
Share this with your golf buddies: In all, each FT-3 driver has more than 40 grams of what Callaway calls discretionary weight redistributed to key areas of the clubhead. There are two different models of the FT Off-center hits start offline, but then correct themselves enough to stay in play on most holes. Callaway has carried these colors over to the new Fusion fairway woods, too.
Your email address You must enter a valid email address. I own one with a draw bias, which really helps to iron out the dreaded slice.
Please try again later! This is absolutely the most forgiving driver on the market, bar none! Mine has a regular stiffness shaft.
It is a shame that callaway have stopped making them: I actually liked the exposed carbon look of the older club, but every other design change is a major step forward in appearance. I can push and pull of course but thats my swing, mis hits find the target, no doubt about that.
The Result is 2nd in the tournmment. Write a Review Rate This Product: I decided If I Switch to FT3, according to the reviews do hope it will increase my distance another 10 to 15 yds. It feels as if you are smashing in the face of the driver when you hit it on the sweet spot.
The carbon body still makes the driver sound different to a titanium head, but boy is it powerful. You can feel the higher kick point and low torque in the shaft at work.
The deep-face design helps to launch shots on a higher trajectory with less spin.