Callaway FT-Hybrid Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 4 out of 5
  • Owner Rating 4.5 out of 5
  • RRP £139.00

What we say...

If power is your prime consideration when buying golf equipment, the Callaway FT-Hybrid rescue club should be right up your street. This golf club hit the longest shots of the day and its head sounds as powerful as a modern driver.

A carbon crown means plenty of weight is located in the sole, which makes it easier to get shots airborne. We felt the Callaway FT-Hybrid performed well from all over the course and would recommend it as a decent all-rounder, which is capable of getting you out of even the trickiest of situations.

Draw and neutral bias heads give club golfers the opportunity to tailor the club to their ability, which should be a consideration if you often find yourself in the right or left rough.

Steel and carbon composite hybrid with maximum perimeter weighting for exceptional stability and shot shaping-control.

Steel: £139 Graphite: £159
Loft: 20°

Tel: 020 8391 0100

Your Reviews

Callaway Rescue Clubs User Reviews

  • 4 out of 5 WOW!


    I had my previous utility club for sum time. There was absolutely nothing wrong with it but i felt it was looking a bit dated. I read numerous reviews, tried various clubs & settled on this. WOW! Swinging this with the right shaft is fantastic! The ball comes off the face like a missile & the best thing of all is that i bought it in America during the thanksgiving sales with the exchange rate at $2 to the pound which meant i only paid £64.07! WOW! AGAIN!

  • 5 out of 5 Time to retire the 7 wood

    By Anonymous

    Tried this at Callaway's Performance Centre in direct comparison with my 7 wood. Performance was extremely impressive in terms of distance and dispersion. It was also probably the easiest "long" club I had ever used. can't wait to get it out onto the course.

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