Harder to hit than my cc Spalding Cannon I bought in No big surprise, it delivers what it’s supposed to: The key question of course was whether the draw driver would correct my slice. The driver had a cc head that was, with the exception of an aluminum soleplate and internal tungsten weights, made entirely of carbon composite. It seems to go straighter than my old driver but the lenght is almost exactly the same. But as I practiced and adjusted my swing, the magic began to work. Sound is different, more of a thunk than a tink and is quite satisfactory.

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They can choose from three Center of Gravity CG choices: Having played golf for less than a year and cllaway being the longest hitter I bought the FT-3 hoping it would help me gain distance off the tee and it really worked. Conclusion For the first time since the ERC II berrtha years ago, Callaway Golf has a driver that stands out from everything else in terms of design and performance. Given the huge array of lofts and weight positions, the FT-3 should appeal to nearly any type of golfer.

Fortunately, Callaway appears to have made big improvements here as well. Now, of couse, maybe the club was simply a placebo, providing me with the incentive to sort out my berthaa problems.

Callaway Big Bertha Fusion FT-3 Driver Review – Golfalot

Can I hit it high? I’ve read in Today’s Golfer that the shaft is the most important thing in the club as this is the engine, well what an engine this callawag. The new FT-3 Driver already has been a huge hit. We just noticed more forgiveness and less lost distance on miss-hits. By submitting a review you agree to be bound by our terms and conditions.


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Instead of my usual fade Artistic licence there, most would describe it as a slice! The club looked cool and was extremely forgiving. On the course — HUGE difference — now driving it frequently yd.

So in conclusion it looks amazing, works fantastic and added 40 yards to my driving, which was long anyway. Went to fitter, bertna he insisted I try 6 drivers on the monitor.

The most impressive thing about the FT-3 was the ball flight it created. Basically, you can hit the ball just about anywhere on the face and get a playable drive out of it — and flushed shots beetha rewarded with that majestic trajectory and plenty of distance.

Each model of the FT-3 — and there are several — uses dense internal weights around the perimeter of the clubhead to further stabilize the clubhead and customize the desired ball flight. At impact it sounds a bit dull, but it is very forgiving and produces a strong trajectory that is easy to shape in all directions.

Callaway Big Bertha Fusion FT-3 Drivers

Write your review You must enter a review of between and characters. I would be interested in whether the draw model actually will help a high handicap player.

It is a shame that callaway have stopped making them: There is no seam area on this driver, just a smooth ribbon of carbon composite material from top to bottom without much taper. I could swing as hard and fast as I could possibly swing and still hit it straight.


Begtha FT-3 is an intimidating driver to look at at address. Mickelson, Sorenstam, Campbell and dozens of other tour pros have verified, through their own improved driving calalway, the real advantages of multi-material constructions. You can feel the higher kick point and low torque in the shaft at work. Even with the wind, in the air is a pretty good poke for fuaion. The FT-3 hertha much more sleek, with a uniform wet black paint job over the top of the clubhead. I decided If I Switch to FT3, according to the reviews do hope it will increase my distance another 10 to 15 yds.

Most drivers have a distinct seam around the perimeter of the clubhead, providing an angled delineation between the top and bottom sections of the driver. The clubhead is very long from the face to the back, which allows designers to shift the center of gravity even farther away from the clubface for an even higher MOI. There are three dots on the heel of each club along with a designation of whether that clubhead has the Draw, Fuskon or Fade weighting.

Fast forward to the present day.