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?
Will the Cobra King LTD fairway wood live up to the reputation of its driver counterpart? Read our review to find out.
What’s new in Wilson Staff’s second generation of FG Tour woods? For starters, the lightest, easiest hosel adjustability on the market. There’s also plenty of distance and forgiveness.
The M1 fairway wood has some new items to talk about, but is it really that different from the R15? Get the answer here.
Srixon’s Z 355 fairway wood brings Action Mass Technology to the tee box and the fairway. See if it deserves a spot in your bag in this review.
After giving high praise to the driver, Bill took on Callaway’s Great Big Bertha fairway wood. See how the Great Big Bertha performed in our review.