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Features and benefits of the Callaway FT-iQ driver:
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Jasco21 H.Cap (10) 06/12/2015
Ordered Friday morning for next day delivery and Tuesday it arrives £6.99 scam if you need to make more money then put it on club price and don't steal money from people this will make me shop elsewhere in future
littletiger H.Cap (28) 01/04/2015
very pleased more forgiving than my old driver
Hoffatoonfan1 H.Cap (16) 06/10/2010
Traded in to Golf Bidder to put towards a Taylormade R9 SuperTRI. Ive got to give my honest opinion the Driver is a great club and very forgiving. I had the FT-iQ from a Golf Show when I first used it on the course the difference was immense longer and more forgiving. But when I change my grip from a strong grip i seemed to struggle with it. and to be honest it was the reason I sold it. I felt I had lost confidence in the club. All in all though I still feel it was a great driver and certainly helped me lower my game. I hope it goes on to a happy home and to someone who can use its full potential.
Kristen H.Cap (18) 31/05/2010
This is a great club! Long and straight exactly as Callaway claim. There are other clubs which are more workable if you prefer to shape the ball with a draw or a fade - but you want to hit fairway splitting drives straight down the middle then this club is for you. I am an 18 handicapper and I find myself outdriving much lower handicap players with shots consistently down the middle. This club has made a big improvement to my game - I couldn't do without it.
coxjames1310 H.Cap (18) 26/04/2010
Have only had the club for 18holes and so far very pleased with it. Even if the strike wasn't perfect it didn't punish me too badly. When you hit sweet spot it went miles.
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