Smallest sweet spot I have ever encountered. The new FT-3 Driver already has been a huge hit. But it was a bit too cutting-edge for the public, who stayed away from the driver due to its muted sound and light feel. We were all quite impressed. Friend said I was costing myself yards, at least, using outdated technology, and he tipped me on the FT3. Using the FT-3 Neutral model, I was able to hit hard cuts and running draws without any trouble. I am now 17, and a single digit handicap and still use the exact same driver as I did years ago.
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Callaway Big Bertha Fusion FT-3 Tour Drivers
I used the shop by custom shaft option and was able to find just what I beryha looking for. A long, accurate and forgiving driver.
But it was a bit too cutting-edge for the public, who stayed away from the driver due to its muted sound and ca,laway feel. We were all quite impressed.
Even when I knew my hips rotated too much, or my head pulled up slightly the ball hangs on. This is as important to amateurs of all levels as it is to top-tier pros. I now trust it as much as my old Ti. I almost never do that now.
Two years later, the ERC Fusion driver arrived with a titanium face and a composite body, at approximately the same size and using the same internal weight distribution as the C4.
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It feels as if you are smashing in the face of the driver when you hit it on the sweet spot. The Tour models have the weight tweaked slightly to help better golfers achieve a flatter ball flight, ft-33 the standard models have a lower center of gravity. The FT3 was clearly the choice-none of the other drivers even came close: The callawzy 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.
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. I paced my drive off at yards — and the ball mark was only one yard behind where the shot finished.
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Launching a series of high, long drives with an FT-3 can definitely make a round of golf more fun. I would be interested in whether the draw model actually will help a high handicap player.
Fantastic club 4 out of 5 Top Driver 27 May By Beattiegf Tried this on the way to picking a new big dog and although I never decided to put it in my bag I loved almost everything about it, FT-I’s and FT-5’s are undoubtedly brilliant clubs, but for this price you can’t go wrong 5 out of 5 no need to upgrade to the FT-5 or FT-i with this club.
I own one with a draw bias, which really helps to iron out the dreaded slice. Get fitted for this club and send your drives for miles.
The FT-3 is an intimidating driver to look at at address.
After looking around I believe the Callaway FT-3 will be a great improvement to my game, especially with the different configurations to the common flaws in your swing; mine being the slice. My tendency on my misses was to hit down too much, elevate too much and impart too much spin. Friend said I was costing myself yards, at least, using outdated technology, and he tipped me on the FT3.
The body of the clubhead is so light, it frees up 44 grams of discretionary weight — nearly a quarter of the weight of the entire clubhead — which is distributed inside various parts of the head to benefit golfers’ unique swing types and ball flights.
Breaking Out of a Slump. Your review title You must enter a title. Skip to main navigation. No fiddling with wrenches, screws or gadgets.
It is so easy to shape and hit straight For more information visit www. Pricey but worth every penny if it hits the fairway neutraal long way down!
You can feel the higher kick point neural low torque in the shaft at work. Mine has a regular stiffness shaft. Most drivers have a distinct seam around the perimeter of the clubhead, providing an angled delineation between the top and bottom sections of the driver. Yes, it is longer than my Ti, and with the control the NV 65 brings, perhaps straighter on lower-quality swings.