In this review of the Cleveland Launcher HB Fairway Wood we’ll see if forgiveness and price outweigh the desire for adjustability.
The PING G400 SFT fairway wood offers the same high launching, draw biased performance as the SFT driver. Learn more in this review.
If a fairway wood is your go-to off the tee, you need to check out the PING G400 Stretch to maximize your distance.
Can the PING G400 be a good fairway wood for both high handicappers and shot shapers? Find out in this review.
Callaway is bringing back a classic with the Steelhead XR fairway wood. See what’s new in this review.
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.