Callaway's FT-9 Tour driver combines versatility, distance, and control to help you hit long, precise shots.
Callaway Golf makes unique use of carbon composite material in the body of Fusion drivers. The idea behind the technology--which took 10 years of research to perfect--has always been to move weight from areas of the clubhead where it's less useful to where it's needed most. Carbon composite begins as woven strands of fine, black carbon fiber, each strand approximately 1/10th the thickness of human hair. After combining and impregnating the individual carbon fibers with epoxy resin, Callaway lays the carbon composite into a tool that's shaped like the driver body. The company then adds internal weights to build draw, neutral, or fade-biased clubheads, heats the tool, and ultimately fuses the carbon fiber strands and epoxy into a single strong shell. The resulting clubhead is weighted strongly to the perimeter, creating the moment of inertia (MOI) and CG you need to drive the ball long and straight.
The club's Hyperbolic Face Technology, meanwhile, represents Callaway's commitment to setting a standard in the all-titanium driver market. Three years in the making, Hyperbolic Face Technology redefines the speed at which golf balls leave the clubface by strategically re-shaping the face with a hyperbolic curve. This dramatically improves the impact efficiency and produces a larger effective hitting area, in turn generating higher ball speeds across the entire face. Golfers with FT-9 Tour drivers will enjoy significant distance on off-center hits, giving you less disparity between the balls you hit in the center of the clubface and balls you don't.
Another favorite technology included in the FT-9 Tour is the club's OptiFit weighting system, which lets golfers customize their driver with one of two center of gravity locations: draw, which promotes a draw or reduces a slice/fade; and neutral, which offers maximum workability. As a bonus, Callaway located the club's web weighting on the exterior of the clubhead, allowing golfers to precisely position the weights to match up with their swing types. The result is longer, more accurate drives with every swing.
Callaway's club technologies include a hyperbolic face that generates higher ball speeds and an exterior weighting system that promotes a draw or a neutral ball flight.
About the FT-9 Tour Driver
Callaway sells a series of FT-9 Tour drivers, including clubs with 8.5-, 9.5-, and 10.5-degree lofts, with flex options that include regular and stiff.
|FT-9 Tour Driver Specifications|
|Loft||Lie||Weight configuration||CC||Face angle||Available in||Length||Swing weight|
|8.5 degrees||58.0 degrees||Draw or neutral||460||1.0 degree closed||RH only||45 inches||D3|
|9.5 degrees||58.0 degrees||Draw or neutral||460||1.0 degree closed||RH and LH||45 inches||D3|
|10.5 degrees||58.0 degrees||Draw or neutral||460||1.0 degree closed||RH only||45 inches||D3|
About Callaway Golf
Just like you, Callaway Golf is always looking to raise its game. The company's drivers are designed and built to help you improve distance and accuracy and optimize shot shape to suit your game. With irons, Callaway's performance goals center on feel and consistency, along with getting the ball airborne from any lie, in any conditions. Based in Carlsbad, California, Callaway offers a wide range of products, each with advanced technology and a variety of options suited to every type of player. From clubs to golf balls and accessories, Callaway performs countless tests to ensure that each product it offers is an improvement on those that preceded it. Ely Callaway believed in helping golfers of all skill levels find more enjoyment and success in the game, and Callaway carries on that tradition with a passion for the game and a mission of helping you and every golfer enjoy the sensation of striking the ball perfectly.