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Callaway FT-9 Driver (Neutral, 10, Right-Handed, Graphite, Regular, 10-Degree)

August 15, 2011

Callaway FT-9 Driver (Neutral, 10, Right-Handed, Graphite, Regular, 10-Degree)

  • Hyperbolic Face Technology
  • Fusion® Technology
  • OptiFit® Weighting System
  • Visible External Web Weighting

Fade it. Draw it. Or take it over the trees. If you've got the creativity in your game to imagine golf's most incredible tee shots, the new FT-9 Driver is made just for you. Callaway Golf engineers were able to expand on the success of the FT-5® and surpa

List Price: $ 500.00

Price: $ 129.99

Callaway Golf Clubs in Golf Digest 2011 Hot List

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RAZR X Irons � 2011 Hot List Editor’s Choice Award Winner
“Everything an iron should be. In a world of overwrought promises, here’s a vote for digit-out-of-the-dirt utility. The RAZR X is an iron that does its job instead of attempting to set a land-speed record and then blowing an engine. (I don’t want my 7-iron to be a 6-iron. That’s why I have a 6-iron.) From toe to heel, the RAZR X is smartly engineered to gather my shots around the flag.”

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Most irons today are designed to maximize one specific performance benefit either – distance, forgiveness or feel – while sacrificing all other critical areas needed to hit more greens. That’s why RAZR Technology is such a breakthrough with the emerge of callaway RAZR X Irons. This Technology leads the industry into the next generation or iron design by delivering the distance and forgiveness of a wide-sole iron while retaining the playability and turf interaction advantages of a thin-sole iron.

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Callaway’s superior accuracy claim based on robot testing of RAZR X and Taylormade Burner 4-PW iron sets. Carry distance and dispersion used for accuracy calculations. Ellipses represent the regions within which 80% of shots are likely to land for each iron. Ellipses not adjusted to account for the perspective view of green. Taylormade and Burner are trademarks of TaylorMade-adidas Golf Company.

Diablo Octane and Diablo Octane Tour Driver

“Perfect combination of distance and forgiveness. You can hit this any place on the clubface, and it will still go like a center strike.”

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2011 Callaway Golf Company. Diablo Octane, Forged Composite, the Chevron Device and Callaway are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Callaway Golf Company. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. *Based on the average total distance at a 95% confidence level from player testing done at Callaway Golf during 2010 comparing Diablo Octane and Diablo Edge Drivers.

RAZR Hawk and RAZR Hawk Tour Driver

“The thing is a freakin’ rocket. Toe strikes sounded like center strikes. It sits square and it’s exactly what I want to hear.”

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Once again, Callaway has made a giant leap forward with Forged Composite technology in the new RAZR Hawk Driver. This new material gave engineers the freedom to position weight exactly where needed for maximized distance, accuracy, and workability. With the RAZR Hawk Driver, there are no tradeoffs. It’s golf’s first uncompromised driver.

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Question by Austin: Should I get Clevland, callaway, or ping golf clubs?
I don’t care for a price, I need to know which are more badass!

Best answer:

Answer by harrison101
really depends on what your buying and what your golf style is like every club is different. However, there are some stereotypes that you can go along with. Like Cleveland is known for their wedges. Callaway made headlines with the Big Bertha and have always stayed on top of the driver market ever since. Ping is just a classic player in the golf market, solid sticks.

What do you think? Answer below!

Take a look at the Callaway RAZR X Hybrids with Ashley Young, PGA Professional. For more information, visit us at GlobalGolf.com: http://www.globalgolf.com
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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