The Adams brand was built on the original Tight Lies. This newest version is still easy to hit, but adds in big time distance.
The reputation of Tour Edge Exotics stretches back over a decade and includes truly legendary fairway woods like the CB2 and CB4. With a devastating combination of high ball speeds and low spin, the E8 Beta should be counted among Tour Edge’s best.
If you need more club head speed and distance from the fairway, the lightest Big Bertha ever may be the answer.
The PING G30 driver may be stealing all the headlines, but don’t sleep on its little brother. The G30 fairway wood is a strong, versatile performer that can work for players of all ability levels.
This year, we’ve seen a lot of fairway woods that are meant to be used off the tee, but we haven’t seen a single one that’s as long as the PING Rapture. If you want to replace your driver or just get more distance out of your 3W, this is the way to go.
Some fairway woods make you choose between distance and versatility. The TaylorMade SLDR S fairway wood gives you both. Find out how in this review.
Cobra Golf has created a fairway wood that falls into an interesting place within the fairway wood market. Read Bill’s review to find out what he thinks about the new BiO CELL fairway wood.
Is the Cobra BiO CELL+ Fairway Wood the best fairway wood that Cobra’s released in recent history? Read Bill’s review to see what he thinks!
Tired of fairway woods that think they’re drivers? Looking for a club with real versatility? Check out the Wilson Staff FG Tour M3 fairway wood.
The SLDR Mini Driver is probably the most-hyped “fairway driver” of 2014, but is it the one that belongs in your bag? Find out what Matt thinks in this review.