All single pieces drivers, fairway woods, hybrids, single irons, wedges, putters. Both excellent heads, but both have different strengths. GolfWRX – the world’s largest and best online golf community. Head has seen use, in fair to good condition, marks on face and and sole is a bit worn, used to be an i-mix but was fitted with permanent shaft, can not be changed or removed , Aldila NVS sport low ki Which driver would perform better? Its Polar Weighting system uses a heavy face and an in-line pow
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Callaway Ft-iz Driver | eBay
The new, more appealing clubhead is a multi-materi Distance seems about the same Several functions may not work. See each listing for international shipping options and costs.
Also shop in Also shop in. Head covers are also Included Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. I currently calllaway the ft-iz with the blueboard and am very happy with it. Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free.
Callaway FT-9 vs. FT-iZ Driver – Equipment – GolfWRX
I’m probably an easy yards longer on average and longest drives are a difference of about 25 yards. Bottom shows scuff marks.
The ft9 fuji and the iz voodoo? I have a mid trajectory and low spin. I’ve hit them side by side with the same and different shafts numerous times on the range in varying conditions.
Both excellent heads, but both have different strengths. I’m gonna throw another driver into the picture.
Lie Angle 4 Par: Posted 09 January – FT9 for workability, FTiz for long and straight. Please log in to reply. Please WRX community, give me your opinions and fast! Edited by SweetspotAddict, 07 January – Put the FT-9 neutral head back on and can work a soft draw The Callaway FT-iZ Tour driver features a 1-degree open face angle for more workability and more distance and accuracy than ever before.
Callaway FT-iZ Driver Review
I have found the Ft-iz to be lower callsway for me as compared to the FT-9 – I have played both in imix – so was able to compare head to head by flipping the same shaft between the two heads – I find the “IZ” more forgiving for me – by a good margin – for that reason and the spin I have found it longer “for me” by about 15 total yards – but again, not sure I would attribute that all to spin and launch characteristics – probably just overall better launch conditions including better ball iimx on less than optimal contact with the calpaway – on the imix – I have not found shafts to play stiffer due to the technology – but then again I have never done a club to club analysis on a flex board with an imix version as compared to the same set up glued.
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