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Callaway Golf FT-9 Tour Club Head with I-MIX Technology

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Callaway FT-9 Tour Club Head with I-MIX Technology - Callaway Golf FT-9 Tour Club Head with I-MIX Technology is a continuation of the I-MIX line that started with the FT-i and the FT-5. I-MIX technology allows you to quickly and easily switch out your clubhead and choose from dozens of the most sought-after shafts in the game. The I-MIX tip technology produces clubs that feel and play like traditionally assembled clubs so the FT-9 Tour Clubhead with I-MIX Technology won't budge from the shaft. The FT-9 features Fusion Technology that lets golfers choose between a draw and a neutral bias to match their swing type and achieve the desires shot shape. The FT-9 Tour Club Head features a slightly open face angle for producing stronger, more penetrating trajectories.

  • Dynamic interchangeability allows you to select between the FT-9 and the FT-iQ clubheads
  • I-MIX tip technology provides taper lock force that won't budge during play
  • The I-MIX torque wrench (sold seperately) provides the high torque required to ensure a proper I-MIX connection
  • Fusion Technology lets golfers choose Draw or Neutral weighting options to match their swing type
  • Golfers have the choice from dozens of shafts to connect to the clubhead

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Hello, I understand most drivers come in a 10.5 and 9.5 degree loft. I use a 10.5. When teeing off, my ball usually has a lot of loft and goes really high in the air, should I switch to a 9.5 degree
Anonymous
05/31/2009 11:46 AM
Thank you for your question. Is it worth testing out? Absolutely. Will the 9.5 give you a more penetrating ball flight is the question. Most golfers would kill to have more hang time but I know how you feel. I was in the same boat at one time and tested different lofts much like you. I ended up staying with the higher loft though. I would test it prior to officially making a move. Play Well, Johnny
Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
06/03/2009 6:33 AM
In general, the 9.5 degree will tend to give a lower ball flight. However, the shaft also contributes to launch angle. Find a Golf shop that has a simulator that can measure your swing path, launch angle, club-head speed, ball speed, spin and distance. With this information, your Pro can tell you if you need a different club, or just a new shaft.
Mid Handicap Golfer: Jim
03/10/2010 1:02 PM
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my avg swing speed is about 80 to 90 . what would be the best Shaft Flex for me
Anonymous
05/23/2009 7:25 PM
Thank you for your question. You would fall in the 'Regular' flex category based upon your swing speed. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you, Johnny
Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
05/25/2009 8:53 AM
try the mizuno shaft fitting
Mid Handicap Golfer: Matt
04/25/2011 4:44 PM
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I have used the YS-6 shaft in the 905T and the FT-i with pretty good success. Can you name me a couple other shafts that you think would give me the same "feel" and control? Thanks.
Anonymous
05/23/2009 5:44 AM
Thank you for your inquiry. There are a few other brands that have similar weight and launch profiles of the Graphite Design YS series. You should notice that the Aldila NVS 65, the Graphalloy ProLaunch 65, the UST V2 67, and the Fujikura E360 are all very comparable.
Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
05/26/2009 1:42 PM
i have the graphalloy prolaunch 65 and it works great!is is very flexible.
Mid Handicap Golfer: alfred
06/28/2009 10:34 PM
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