It is a shame that callaway have stopped making them: The massive yellow chevron that sat in the middle of the ERC Fusion sole is gone, replaced by a smaller and more understated chevron. My second round with the FT-3 in my bag was my low round of the summer, and I improved it by three strokes the following round. Even when I knew my hips rotated too much, or my head pulled up slightly the ball hangs on. I have a 9.
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I am now 17, and a single digit handicap and still use the exact same driver as I did years ago. Two years later, the ERC Fusion driver arrived beftha a titanium face and a composite body, at approximately the same size and using the same internal weight distribution as the C4. There are some relatively minor cosmetic differences between the standard FT-3 and the Tour model. First, the head is much larger. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be nertha.
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I actually liked the exposed carbon look of the older club, but every other design change is a major step forward in appearance. Long and straight,what more can you ask for. Yes, technology is a good thing, and this driver has plenty of it. In all, each FT-3 driver has more than 40 grams of what Callaway calls discretionary weight redistributed to key areas of the clubhead.
There are two different models of the FT The Callaway FT-3 has been on the market for a while, and has helped several pros notch up Tour victories. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.
The clubhead is very long from the face to the back, which allows designers to shift the center of gravity even farther away from the clubface for an even higher MOI. I own one with a draw bias, which really helps to iron out the dreaded slice.
The FT-3 is an intimidating driver to look at at address. Sign in or Register with Golfalot. Third round today with it and I hit one yards. I now trust it as much as my old Ti.
The slice is still plagueing me and now I have a horendous draw as well. The Tour, in my situation, is a great club. Sound is different, more of a thunk than a tink and is quite satisfactory.
Even when I knew my hips rotated too much, or my head pulled up slightly the ball hangs on. There’s no need to try and hit the ball with this club, just let it drop into place with an easy swing and it flies.
This club keeps growing on me. The club has been used to win four five major championships in the hands of players like Michael Campbell, Annika Sorenstam, and Phil Mickelson, who cited the driver as one reason he switched to Callaway from Titleist last season.
Callaway Big Bertha Fusion FT-3 Driver Review – Golfalot
The performance is outstanding, and it is a flat-out fun driver to hit. I used the shop by custom shaft option and was able to find just what I was looking for. The low-spin launch characteristics helped drives to power through the wind in spite of the high trajectory, and the ball really carried absurd amounts downwind.
The Neutral versions have the weight spread more evenly around the perimeter bretha the club, while the Fade model has more weight toward the toe to keep the face from closing to help golfers fight a hook. The standard and Tour FT-3 models have other differences from a construction standpoint.
That non-marked Callaway ball is about to be punished!