Almost anyone who plays golf knows that Callaway is one of the leading names in golf manufacturing. Look at any top golf tour anywhere in the world, and you'll find many of the best players using discount golf clubs[/b] and equipment made by Callaway.
The 2008 Callaway FT-iQ Driver is the newer updated version of the FT-i. Again the newer FT-iQ has the unconventional square club head shape, but it does sport some nice looking dark graphics. Also the FT-iQ is a little bit more on the heavier side than what the FT-i was.
When it came to hitting the Callaway FT-iQ though, one of the first things we found in the clubs performance, was that unlike the FT-i, this was quite a forgiving and reliable driver.
Certainly a golfer of perhaps slightly lesser ability, who is mabe abit intimidated with hitting a Driver, could do alot worse than give the FT-iQ a try. From what we saw, it's not a difficult club to hit, and hit consistently well.
If you would like to know the full details of the technology involved in the manufacture of the FT-iZ Driver. You can follow this link to the official Callaway Golf website, which will open in a new window.
The available lofts for the Callaway FT-iZ Driver are 9, 10, 11 and 13 degrees respectively. All are available in right hand, with only the 10 and 11 degree models produced in left hand as well as right.
The model we tested was the 10 degree model, equipped with the Aldila Voodoo graphite shaft in regular flex, though light and stiff flex are also available.
Standing over the golf ball at address though, the Callaway RAZR Hawk driver does feel very nice in your hands at address, the club sets up well and there is also an arrow just behind the face to aid alignment.
In terms of performance the RAZR Hawk Driver was made to be powerful and it certainly doesn't disappoint. When hit well this is an extremely long golf club, and even when you don't catch a drive quite right, you're never left wanting for any distance, the power was very consistent.