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.
Need a “spin killer” in your bag? That’s what the Tour Edge Exotics CBX fairway wood claims to be. We tested those claims for this review.
Tired of fairway woods that are hit-or-miss? Check out the unbelievable consistency of the Wilson Staff C300 fairway wood.
The Cobra KING F8 fairway wood provides a large head and Baffler Rails to instill confidence and improve turf interaction.
Are you a golfer looking for a fairway wood that is straight and long? Then check out this review of the TaylorMade M4 3 wood.
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.