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TOP-SECRET – Callaway FT-iZ Driver Pic!

TOP-SECRET – Callaway FT-iZ Driver Pic!

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The 2010 Callaway FT-iZ Driver

Almost a year ago to the day (October 2, 2008) we posted an article letting you guys know what Callaway’s next move would most likely be. That is because we were tipped off that they had just trademarked the name FT-iZ and since they had just launched the FT-iQ we figured what they had their eyes set on for 2010.

Well here is a good shot of the the new whip Callaway will be hoping you buy next year. I will leave the comments on this one to you guys. You buying?

DATE: Callaway FT-iZ and FT-iZ Tour Driver: Available Feb. 2010

PRICE: $399

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Callaway FT-iZ Driver

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      D.D

      14 years ago

      Callaway needs to get a traditional-ish looking all titaniun driver back out on the market. they need to take example from the taylormade R9. most people who have it will never change the face angle or the weights, even though i would. that driver is just a good looking, nice sounding, solid driver. that is what callaway is lacking in the driver department.

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      mygolfspy

      14 years ago

      They do have one D.D it is the FT-9 Tour Authentic. And it is actually a good driver.

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      Hello

      15 years ago

      Check the Callaway website, it’s on there

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      puffnputt

      15 years ago

      I’ve handled this club. It’s really cheap considering it’s Callaway. Basically, its exactly the same is as the Nicklaus FastBack 460cc driver. The Callaway is cleaner from the top because it has a subtle sight dot and no Grey end; also the ridge is less pronounced. But they are essentially the same club. Sorry to be such a downer.

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      Spanky

      15 years ago

      A whole year of waiting and I was a little disapointed by this, but I would have to try it before saying more. I would love to know what kind of technology is in it.

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      alex p

      15 years ago

      now this is something i could get used to!

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      fsu#21

      15 years ago

      had my hands on this stick at tigers at+t national [callaway tour van]”‘ think ft-5/9 with a slight look of the t.m.r9 triangular head shape'” all i can say is with the lack of disposable funds for many people and the fact that you’ll be able to buy an ft-9 for $199 by thanksgiving this club better be special.

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      CJ Bush

      15 years ago

      Looks bland in my opinion. Looks aren’t everything though and so far I have liked all of Callaway’s driver offerings as of late.

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      Andy Greenwald

      15 years ago

      Looks really sharp.

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      Chris Harman

      15 years ago

      Finally going away from the square. Love that move. Looks innovative. Can’t wait to see more of it. Thanks for sharing!!!

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      Parker

      15 years ago

      Looks pretty neato from the bottom, but I love how they rarely show the top line of their drivers, as if they themselves are embarrassed of the indented seam that makes the club look like the face was glued onto the rest of the body . What’s different about this club from the FT-9? I think that 9 looks better than this IZ club. Do you know what the marketing pitch will be for this club, MGS?

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