Drop some weight
Moving mass lower in the clubhead adds length and more forgiveness.
Callaway FT-i Tour Low CG
Research showed that the original FT-i driver produced
too much backspin in the hands of faster swingers. The new
FT-i Tour Low CG counters this problem with its lower (by
0.200-inches) center of gravity. Bottom line: If you swing in
excess of 100 mph (or have a steep attack angle), you'll see
lower spin and the same forgiveness as the FT-i (the two
models have an identical head shape). At a 100 mph swing
speed, for example, the Tour Low CG spins 500 to 600 rpm
less. This translates to six yards more carry plus roll. Lastly,
its face angle at address is 0.5° open, whereas FT-i is 1° closed.
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