Callaway Golf Mens FT Irons

By Brad Wilbricht

Callaway Golf has long been producing high-quality game-improvement equipment and the FT model was no different. While more experienced players may look elsewhere, the FT irons reach golfers of all calibers ranging from novice to advanced. While no longer in production, FT irons are still available on the secondary market. 


The FT irons utilize Callaway's exclusive fusion technology, which distributes weight around the club to more desirable and useful positions. The FT irons have a Tunite cradle that creates a higher MOI in large part because 80 percent of the clubhead weight has been repositioned around the perimeter. That figure is far more than any other model Callaway has produced. The FT irons also boast a hot titanium face, a TPU SenSert and Tru-Bore technology.


Because of the extreme perimeter weighting and redistribution of weight around clubhead, the FT irons offer unmatched consistency and forgiveness. The hot titanium face allows for more distance, and the TPU SenSert gives users a tremendous feel for a game-improvement iron. Callaway's Tru-Bore technology enhances feel and responsiveness, and the stiff-flex shafts enable players with higher swing speeds to control the trajectory and shape of their shots.


Although the FT irons provide users with improved responsiveness, more advanced players will likely require the feel of a forged iron with less of a cavity back. Advanced players might prefer a more traditional-looking iron at address. The FT irons have an improved head shape with a thinner top line, but that might not be sufficient for all users. And with more players utilizing hybrid clubs instead of long irons, configurations of 4-PW or 4-SW could be more useful.

About The Author

Brad Wilbricht covers numerous sporting events including the NFL, NFL Draft, college football and PGA Tour. Since 2004, his analysis has been simulcast through several media outlets across the country including ESPN and Fox Sports.


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