What we say...
By using a lightweight titanium face, the Ben HoganCFT Ti can redistribute weight lower and deeper into the CFT’s head, making this rescue club more forgiving. While we didn’t find the golf club any easier to hit than a steel-faced model, it does sound remarkably sweet and fresh.
The twin-coloured crown is, for us, a bit fussy and overbearing, especially when you are faced with a difficult shot from a fairway bunker. The sleek, slender head is definitely more appealing to the better golfer who, being confident in their ability, can manipulate the way the face likes to fall open at address into a positive golf ball flight.
However, most of us would spend all day slapping shots to the right with this set-up. Not a golf club for everyone, but a decent proposition for the above-average golfer.
Redesigned head for a lower, deeper centre of gravity. Aldila grahite shaft.
Steel: £79 Graphite: £99
Lofts: 17°, 19°, 21°, 24°, 27°
Contact: 0800 731 1480
Ben Hogan Rescue Clubs User Reviews
I've had the club for about a month having got it for £35 on staff discount from my workplace. What a great club! - as i was looking replace my 3 and maybe my 4 iron, I opted for the 17° club, and can consistantly hit the ball with slight draw 220 yards. < The draw is odd considering that my natural swingpath is slightly out-to-in resulting in a small fade - not complaining though. Very pleased with the club and i'm sure it will sit happily in my bag for many games to come.
I always struggled with my long irons, only just about able to hit a 5 iron even though i am considered a reasonable golfer by friends.Buying this club changed my game, i can see what they mean about the open address ,but after two rounds i was hitting great shots with a slight draw.Its my first Hogan club (normally Mizuno)and it oozes quality.