The TaylorMade SIM MAX fairway wood is designed to capture the majority of golfers, but does it deliver what the average player needs? Find out here.
The TaylorMade SIM fairway wood is one of the most expensive on the market, but does the performance justify the cost? Find out in this review.
The Tour Edge Exotics EXS220 fairway wood aims to be a playable club that also performs at a high level. Find out if it can be both in this review.
If you have a tendancy to miss right, the Cleveland HB Launcher Turbo fairway wood is designed with you in mind. Find out all the details in this review.
Need to produce a draw to get to those long par 5s in two? Check out the TaylorMade M6 D-Type fairway wood.
Does the addition of Twist Face elevate the TaylorMade M6 fairway wood to “must have” status? Find out here.
Don’t let the low price fool you, the Tour Edge HL4 fairway wood is a serious club with high level performance.
Is the Moon Wood the solution for long approaches and tight driving holes? Find out in our review.
The TaylorMade M5 fairway wood raises the ceiling on price, but does it do the same for performance? Find out in our review.
Is the mini driver making a comeback or is this a one-time novelty? Get our take on the TaylorMade Original One Mini Driver here.