I only have the sand wedge from this set but I will not be trading it out anytime soon even after I bought my razr x set. I can hit this club so perfect with its weight it just feels perfect. It swings right through the rough and sand. This is my favorite club in my bag!
October 14, 2011
WOW! So easy to HIT!
Blessed to spend summer in Kentucky and winter in Florida. Thought so much of the club that I purchased a set for both places. I my opinion the FT i-brids are the best clubs Callaway has ever made. Super easy to hit club for the average golfer!
March 28, 2012
Great for me, but read review
Just picked up the I-brid 6-pw and love them. What I love about them, you may not. Let me explain. I like to feel the head of my clubs. I am NOT one of those who like feather weight clubs. Yeah, yeah, I know light clubs equals faster swing equals longer distance, but distance without control is useless. I have found I have much better control of the final location of the ball. I have been hitting Callaway Big Bertha (2004) irons and they are nice, but I am not a good golfer and I need every bit of forgiveness I can scrounge up. These clubs deliver. Now, I really cant tell any difference between the BB 9-pw and the I-brid as far as control. The BB 9-PW worked great for me but the I-brids do hit a little longer. What I have noticed is the 6-8 difference. I was very hit and miss with the 6, decent with the 7 & 8 (BB). Now, I can consistently hit strait shots with ease and have gained a little distance as well (about 5-10 yards) and feel like I am not having to hit as fast and hard (could be in my head, but hey, if it works it works). The downside: according to much better golfers than me, these clubs lack when it comes to shaping shots. To me, I don't care. I just wanna hit strait. You wanna do all the fancy smancy stuff, buy blades. I wanna hit strait and consistent. My set now consist of an X-HOT 9.5 driver (very nice), Big Bertha Diablo Hybrid 3,4,&5, FT I-BRID 6-PW, Clevland 60 Degree, Maxfli 56 Degree (decent club but plan on upgrading), and a Taylormade White Smoke putter (because it was on sale). Been playing for a few months score low 100's (plan on breaking 100 soon). I am not an expert by any means and do suggest doing your own homework. But if your like me, kinda new to the game, I would strongly suggest looking into these Callaway FT I-BRIDS. For me they have been great but I have not played with them yet. I have a big yard and have been hitting them there. I have targets set up and have been shocked by the control and accuracy. Weather permitting, I will take them to the course this weekend. I expect great things.
July 10, 2013
Perfect transaction, thanks from Germany
Replacement for lost pitcher!
March 24, 2012
quality construction, forgiving
I have had my eyes on the FT Ibrids since Callaway introduced them back in 2008. Now, I was able to afford them thanks to the reduced pricing and the 50% bonus on my trade in irons.
Very forgiving, straight hitters, attractive cubs, quality construction.
May 29, 2014
Great clubs to even to be produced
Great clubs in Callaway's suite of clubs. Callaway to be pro-active for the regular buyers and to give them more advise and discounts and to be part of their passion. I for the one buy the club only from Callaway pre-owned mainly because I like them. I might have bought 5,000 $ plus worth products in the last 3/4 years, much more than my requirement, I wish Callaway pre-owned to give 50% standard discount on my future purchases.
April 6, 2014
everything that I hope it would be
Calloway does it again it gives me a great feel of confidence and helps with my distance and direction.
December 27, 2013
Bridge to excellence from mediocre
I had VFT Hawk eye set and I changed to i-brids my handicap at present is 6 reduced from 17 in just under two years.
November 20, 2012