TaylorMade’s 2017 M1 fairway wood may be their best to date. Read Bill’s review to find out why.
Morsh Golf claims that their 2 wood is easier to hit than a driver but longer than a 3W. We put it to the test for this review.
Seeking a more compact fairway wood that still brings the heat? Check out the Tour Edge Exotics EX10 Beta.
The Cobra adds Baffler Rail technology to make the F7 fairway wood even more forgiving. Read our review here.
Forgiveness and heat are two words Bill used to describe the Callaway GBB Epic Sub Zero fairway wood. Read our review to learn more.
Can the Callaway GBB Epic fairway wood possibly walk in the shoes of the Epic driver? Find out in this review.
Tour Edge Exotics has a history of great fairway woods, and the EX10 is no exception. Learn more about this great club here.
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?