Can the Cleveland Launcher XL Halo fairway wood remove the stress from your long game? Find out in Drew’s review.
Is a complete set from Stix Golf the ultimate value for beginner golfers? Find out in Matt’s review.
Cleveland has mashed up the fairway wood and hybrid to create the new Launcher XL Halo Hy-Wood. Drew lets you know whether you need one in your bag in this review.
Tour Edge Exotics continues to raise the bar on fairway woods with the Pro 721 fairway wood. Full details in this review.
If you’re seeking forgiveness and draw-bias in a fairway wood, the PING G425 SFT will check all the boxes. Full review from Zack here.
Need help straightening out your long game? The TaylorMade SIM2 Max D fairway wood can turn banana balls into beautiful draws.
The PXG 0341 X GEN4 fairway wood is long enough to be a substitute driver but versatile enough to hit from the turf. Learn more in Dylan’s review.
If you’re seeking a compact fairway wood to launch penetrating missiles, check out the PING G425 LST FW.
The TaylorMade SIM2 fairway wood is compact with a titanium face for elevated ball speed. Full review from Zack here.
If you’re looking for maximum forgiveness in a fairway wood, you can’t do much better than the Callaway Epic Max fairway wood.