FT-i Tour LCG I-MIX Driver Clubheads
Makes it easy to hit it down the middle
I thought it would be difficult because of the square head design but it is suprisingly easy to hit it long and down the middle. Shafts interchange in about one minute.
June 24, 2010
very good distance
April 16, 2010
Great clubhead at a great price
This is a great head. I like it a little better than the FT-5 right now, but that can change on a given day. It's nice having the flexibility of the i-mix at a great price. The tour version is great at address sitting slightly open and gives me a lot of confidence.
December 28, 2009
Upgraded from a Callaway 454,I couldn't justify spending so much to upgrade 6cc. Once I took Callaway up on the great offer i couldn't be happier. I like the drive, even with the wrong flex still hitting straight. I just need a new flex but that should be easy with the I-Mix system.
December 28, 2009
Too Cold, Too Much Snow To Hit Yet
As previously stated in my review of I-Mix Shaft, I haven't been able to get out and hit yet, but again as for the condition......The FT-i Tour I-Mix head was described as very good.........Again I could find no reason it couldn't have been rated like new......Not a scratch or blemish that I could find.
December 27, 2009
I originally had the FTi-TLCG club with the stock shaft. Best driver I ever hit. Unfortunately it was stolen at the end of last season. As this club was discontinued, I replaced it with a Ping G-15. I was never able to hit the Ping as well as my olf FTi. So, I hit the internet and found this site. I pruchsed the I-Mix version of this club and paired it with an Aldila VooDoo. Know I'm back to long, consistent drives.
July 26, 2011
It took getting used to the sound at impact. Sounds like hitting a hollow metal can. Other than that, I cannot complain at all. Performance is great. Quality was outstanding. Could never tell this head had ever hit a ball.
April 9, 2011
I purchased this head along with a ZCOM 65 Tour regular flex shaft. I recently moved to New Zealand and the high winds mean that I need to be able to hit a low penetrating tee shot. The LCG seems to fit the bill when it is coupled with a mid or high kick point shaft. The ZCOM 65 Tour has a mid kick point and is a good shaft. This head is awesome! The sound was disturbing the first few shots but now I don't even notice it. What I am noticing is a nice penetrating ball flight that is long and accurate. I have hit some drivers farther, but I have never hit any that were this long and this straight.
February 4, 2011