Callaway Golf FT-i Squareway Woods
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The FT-i Driver set a new standard in driver performance. The new FT-i Squareway Woods will do the same in fairway woods. With a Moment of Inertia (MOI) approaching that of Callaway Golf’s best-selling drivers, the FT-i Squareway Woods provide unprecedented accuracy, forgiveness and stability for longer, straighter shots off the tee or from the fairway. The giant leap in MOI is a result of proprietary Fusion® Technology that seamlessly combines a stainless steel face, sole and body with a carbon composite crown, allowing discretionary weight to be strategically placed in the extreme corners of the uniquely shaped clubhead. The result is the most forgiving fairway wood Callaway Golf has ever created.
- Squareway™ Inertial Design positions discretionary weight to the extreme corners of the clubhead
- Fusion® Technology combines a stainless steel face, sole and body with a carbon composite crown
- Oversized head shape allows for a higher MOI to increase forgiveness and accuracy
- Callaway Golf core technologies include VFT® and S2H2®
- Fujikura shaft adds to the club’s incredible feel and performance
User Ratings & Reviews
I always played with callaway club...I bought a new driver last year FT-I...and now I am looking for a 3 wood...like ft-i square 3 wood...give me some feedback
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Frequently asked questions about
My Girl friend has bought me some callaway squareway 3 and 5 woods te head sizes look the same apart from the loft and shaft length. I always thought the club head on the 5 wood was smaller??
01/07/2010 11:12 AM
The Callaway Squareway wood series is an oversized fairway wood so you may notice the heads of the higher lofted woods to be a little larger than more traditionally shaped woods.
Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
01/07/2010 1:34 PM
If you hit this fairway wood good,do you think you would get more height or distance out of it?thanks.
03/13/2009 1:51 PM
The answer is both! They go hand in hand together. That's why so many companies taught High Launch clubs or balls. More carry, etc.....More height should translate into more distance.
I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
03/16/2009 12:58 PM
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