The Mizuno JPX-900 fairway wood is the best of the company’s new woods. Find out more in this review.
Is Titleist’s larger 917F2 fairway wood a realistic option for the average player? Our answer is here.
The Titleist 917F3 is one of the most classic-looking fairway woods on the market. Can it merge that look with modern performance?
Being able to trust your fairway woods is key and the Srixon Z F65 helps make that a reality. Read our review to find out why the Z F65 is so trustworthy on the course.
Callaway is no stranger to good fairway woods, but the Big Bertha Fusion might be their best design yet. Read our review to see what makes this fairway wood a par-5 killer.
The EX9 is the Tour Edge Exotics fairway wood for the every day golfer with tons of ball speed and forgiveness.
The Nike Vapor Fly fairway wood certainly has some bold looks, but does it have the performance to match? Read Bill’s review to find out.
The Cobra King F6 fairway wood is a good fit for a wide range of players. Read our review to learn more about it.
Tour Edge Exotics has been known to produce some of the best fairway woods for better players. Their latest “Tour” model will perform brilliantly for low handicaps, but may be more accessible for the aspiring player as well.
Callaway and Boeing teamed up to engineer longer and more forgiving woods. Read our review to see if the Callaway XR 16 Pro fairway wood accomplishes that goal.