Callaway FT Fusion Fairway Woods

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FT Fusion

A stainless steel face and body combine with the tungsten-infused sole to enable strategic positioning of discretionary weight for a higher moment of inertia (MOI) and precise positioning of the center of gravity (CG). Multi-material construction enters a new phase, combining a stainless steel face and body with a tungsten-infused sole plate. Designed with a lower leading edge to make the sweet spot more accessible for various skill levels. The dual runner design ensures cleaner turf interaction for more flushed shots.

User Reviews (2)

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VolT6   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 21, 2009]
Model Reviewed: FT Fairway Wood 21*

Bought the FT 7 wood recently for $110. I find it strange that it came only in the draw bias version but it was on sale-so what the heck.
The clubhead strikes the ball beautifully and it is easy to use. I like the sound on impact- a crisp low pitch "chink". The draw bias gives a mild draw and is totally acceptable to me.
As for the shaft, the Fujikura FitOn E160 performs well and is not too light nor whippy (mine's Regular flex).
Overall, the club is value for money and I'd recommend it wholeheartedly

Customer Service

Not needed

Similar Products Used: Cleveland launcher, callaway steelhead
OVERALL
RATING
5
Value
RATING
5
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golfer7890   Shoots in the 90s [Jan 10, 2009]
Model Reviewed: FT 3 Wood

Very classy appearance at address. In the age of supersized woods, the FT's smallish size is very appealing. I can feel the head weight without it being heavy. Good balance. Average distance. A very cool and reassuring pow sound at impact. Easy from the tee and off the deck, a versatile club. Two things it lacks is a hot face and an affordable price.

Customer Service

Callaway is ichiban.

Similar Products Used: Burner 07 (too light, closed face), G10/G5 (head heavy), Bertha 07 (weak), Exotics (bad weighting/balance), plus so many more.
OVERALL
RATING
5
Value
RATING
3
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