What do Tiger, Rory, DJ, and many other Tour pros have in common? The TaylorMade M3 fairway wood is in their bag.
Just like the driver version, the Callaway Rogue Sub Zero fairway wood is a perfect choice for quality ball strikers who need to drop their spin numbers.
The Callaway Rogue fairway wood is so good it’s almost like cheating. Jailbreak Technology makes this the first truly special fairway wood of 2018.
Tired of having to buy clubs intended for tour pros? The XXIO X Fairway Wood is designed for golfers with moderate swing speeds and tested by one in this review.
The Cobra King F8 Plus fairway wood has a nice compact head shape with updated Baffler rails to give you more stability through the turf. Read our review to learn more.
Does the Mizuno ST180 fairway wood defy the company’s reputation of mediocre metal woods? Find out in this review.
We put the Cobra F-Max fairway wood through its paces with three different golfers. Read our review to find out what they thought.
The TaylorMade 2017 M2 fairway wood review is one of the most popular on the market for a reason. Read Bill’s review to find out why.
In this review of the Cleveland Launcher HB Fairway Wood we’ll see if forgiveness and price outweigh the desire for adjustability.
The PING G400 SFT fairway wood offers the same high launching, draw biased performance as the SFT driver. Learn more in this review.