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Used Callaway FT OptiforceCallaway FT Optiforce Fairway Wood

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Men's Callaway FT Optiforce

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Description

The Callaway FT Optiforce fairway wood has an aerodynamically enhanced head shape coupled with Speed Optimized technology and a precise center of gravity to produce higher club head speeds and a high launch for maximize distance. It features Forged Speed Cup Frame Technology which generates the highest COR and CT in golf which translates into maximum ball speeds anywhere on the clubface. This fairway is made from 455 Carpenter steel which is stronger than traditional steel and generates higher ball speeds and has Progressive Role Radius which improves the launch angle even when impact is low on the clubface. This fairway also features Dynamic Standing Wave technology which optimizes the location of the CG and produces optimal spin rates for an efficient ball flight and maximum carry.

Features

  • Speed Optimized Technology: A combination of an advanced aerodynamic clubhead design and lightweight shaft help deliver maximum clubhead speed for superior ballspeed and greater distance
  • Constructed from 455 Carpenter Steel that’s stronger than traditional stainless steel to generate faster ball speeds
  • Progressive Roll Radius produces flatter roll as you go up in loft to help you hit higher shots that also land softer. The increased launch angle allows for improved distance when the impact is low on the clubface.
  • Dynamic Standing Wave Technology: Optimized GC location for high launch angles and head design to optimize spin rates for efficient ball flight and maximum carry

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What year is this??

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This is a 2013 year model.

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