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.
Are the weights in the PXG 0341 a form of meaningful adjustment or just a marketing gimmick? Answers in this review.
Tired of your fairway woods straying to the right? Put the PING G SF Tec fairway wood in your bag and you’ll never have to worry about the right side of the course again.
Struggling to find the fairway off the tee? Looking to ditch the driver but scared of losing distance? Check out the new PING G Stretch fairway wood for a great blend of accuracy and distance.
It may not be getting the hype of other fairway woods in this year’s class, but the Callaway XR 16 should be at the top of your list for FWs to try.
Can the M2 fairway wood reignite the category like TaylorMade’s RocketBallz did several years ago?
Can the PING G fairway wood be as dominant in its category as the G driver is?