Im glad to read that the shafts are I believe S is for standard, and N is for neutral. Now we have to qualify this and say that this was for my swing and that the Optiforce Project X shaft was an inch longer than the others too, but taking it as a package then I am comfortable with the speed claims Callaway are making. My usual fault had been considerable heel hits, whereas for some unknown reason, pure centre or slight toe mishits are all I can get with this. However, when it comes to the extended length of the driver, the flex is just too whippy.

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The answer to control is to add 10 grams of weight and cut your torque in half.

Apr 22, at 7: Finding the right shaft was a faster process that Chris expected. As this list indicates, however, some drivers are working better than others this year.

The trajectory of the cc version was a little lower and more penetrating than the cc in standard setting but both models feature an adjustable hosel for you to fine tune this to suit your swing.

Callaway FT Optiforce Drivers: Editor Review

Performance The cc head launched quite high and although the spin numbers were high, the flight wasn’t overly ‘balloony’, carrying yards on average. For that reason, he switched George from the 8. Where I start wondering is what’s the difference between the “S” and “N” settings.


I think for someone around M. Well, that’s all I have to say about this driver. The driver comes in two head sizes, cc and cc, and also has the option of a heavier 62g shaft. However, callawat it comes to the extended length of the driver, the flex is just too whippy.

The cc version can also be distinguished by the red graphic around the back of the sole. Manufactured by Grafalloy, the Project X Velocity weighing just 43g, is a slightly modified version stronger in the tip of the Project X Velocity 39g shaft that the company has been promoting on Tour. Perhaps if I had originally purchased the Driver shaft in the Project x 6.

Callaway FT Optiforce Driver Review – Golfalot

The final piece of the Optiforce designed involved further reducing the club’s weight by pairing it with premium, lightweight shaft options.

Hocknell and his team conducted an extensive study into driver length and driver weight.

Cleveland had the same lightweight fad a couple of years back, introducing the same model but with different overall weights of, and grams.

I tend to believe that due to the shortened length of the shafts in the irons and fairway woods, they work great for my particular swing.

I get that the bigger game improvement head of the would have a longer shaft but why would someone who would typically play a smaller head, penetrating ball flight, better golfer, etc…want a 46 shaft?

Guess we all know who is paying who to say what. Unlike thethe head performed very well across a wider range of settings. It provided the stiffness he needed for straighter drives, but offered a smoother feel Note: The result was an average of 6.


Published 2 years ago on Mar 22, Low tee stingers with this club are still better than with the other sticks.

Callaway FT Optiforce Driver Review

At least if they are a mid-handicapper with 90mph-ish swings like optivorce. I had to cut to 45 and add lead taope to head to keep at my swingweight.

It was okay, it sounded like a bell when you struck it though which was strange. Equipment 1 month ago. Bad shots were really short and crooked.

Callaway FT Optiforce driver Review | Equipment Reviews | Today’s Golfer

Chris had recently been fit at a local club fitter for a M2 driver Callaway set out to create faster swing speeds and transfer that speed into faster ball speeds and more distance. We can debate whether lighter truly equals faster — and there are good debates on both sides — but there is no denying that the stock OptiForce offerings live up callqway the claims.

No mention of the 3Wood? Its a long process that involves finding the right loft, lie and shaft. The loft options are: