If you’re searching for a fairway wood with more distance, check out the PING G410 LST fairway wood.
The looks of the Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero Fairway are obvious – stellar – but performance results may be surprising. Find our why in this review.
Jailbreak, Flash Face and OptiFit – Callaway packed a ton of technology into the new Epic Flash Fairway Wood. Learn about performance and more right here.
Does the PXG 0341 X Gen2 fairway wood show the same kind of improvement as the driver? Find out here.
Need a long, forgiving fairway wood that won’t break the bank? Take a look at the Tour Edge Exotics EXS fairway wood.
If you need a club that can reliably put the ball where you’re aiming, Michael Feland suggests the Srixon Z F85 fairway wood.
The COBRA F-Max Superlite Fairway was designed to increase swing speed and straighten out fades. Learn more in this review.
For those that love hitting their fairway woods, the Titleist TS3 fairway wood is sure to be a hit. Precise adjustability lets you create exactly the club you need.
The Titleist TS2 fairway wood is the company’s easiest-to-hit fairway wood ever, but does it compare to the best from the other big names? Find out here.
Sick of hitting ground balls with your fairway wood? Check out the easy launching Bridgestone Tour B JGR fairway wood.