Fairway Reviews

Fairway Reviews

Pros: The R15 is a low-spinning, highly adjustable fairway wood that offers faster ball speeds and more forgiveness than TaylorMade's SLDR fairway woods. The...

Pros: Top-notch stock shafts, ample forgiveness and impressive ball speeds -- a balance from which every player will benefit. Cons: The lack of an adjustable hosel...

Pros: Tungsten weights placed low and deep in the head encourage a high launch. Cons: Only one shaft option. Golfers with faster swing speeds could create too...

What are the best fairway woods in golf? That question is more difficult to answer than other club categories, such as drivers and irons, because...

Pros: The standard BiO Cell fairway is hot, high-launching and playable from darn near everywhere. The BiO Cell+ is just as explosive, but offers...

Pros: The XTD Ti fairway woods are built to be companions to the XTD driver. As a result, their faces are hot. Very hot....

Pros: Deadly accurate with a reduced head size and shape that improves playability. Their CG's are substantially lower than their predecessors, which can lower spin...

Pros: Classic looks and a pleasing sound and feel. Two of the highest-launching fairway woods and hybrids we've tested. Cons: Not adjustable. These could spin too...

Pros: Second-to-none ball speeds. The XCG7, XCG7 Beta and CB Pro have three distinct profiles that will please a wide range of golfers. Cons: All three...

Cobra's new Bio Cell+ fairway woods are designed with better players in mind, with a lower, more forward center of gravity than the company's...

Pros: Two different options, a Pro version with a slightly smaller head, lower launch and spin, and flatter sole, and a standard version offering...

Pros: Higher spinning than the SLDR fairway woods, which will help JetSpeed's target audience (golfers who need to hit the ball higher) hold greens. Muted appearance,...

Pros: The SLDR fairway woods and hybrids offer a low-spinning trajectory in a clean and refreshingly understated package. The next generation of “speed slot” technology...

Pros: Hittable from any lie, most notably from the light rough. Great versatility and distance on off-center strikes. Finds the middle ground between a...

Pros: The slots on crown and sole of Adams' new Super S and LS fairway woods create a higher launch that sends the ball soaring....

Pros: The shallow design of the G25 fairway woods makes them easy to hit off the fairway and the tee, and the look of...

Golfers love fairway woods that allow them to hit long, straight shots off the tee and off the ground. But fairway woods are not...

Pros: The XCG6 fairway woods look great at address and go forever. The sound is pleasing, the feel at impact is buttery and shaping shots is...

Pros: We love the adjustability of the VR_S Covert Tour fairway woods ($249), which gives golfers five different lofts and three different face angles...

Pros: The X Hot fairway woods are longer and more versatile than Callaway's past models. The stock shafts are solid, and the matte grey finish and muted sound...

Pros: These might be the cleanest, classiest-looking fairway woods on the market. The titanium faces provide plenty of ball speed and forgiveness, and the stock...

Pros: TaylorMade's RBZ Stage 2 Fairway Woods offer even more of the ball speed that made the original RocketBallz fairway woods famous, but it's housed...

Pros: Golfers with a lot of speed who tend to contact the ball high on the face will love the 3Deep’s taller face, which...

Here's my take on Ping's new line of G20 fairway woods. The exact club I tested is a G20 15* 3 wood with a...

GolfWRX Editor Review by Swanry Now that i have been back from my RBZ fitting experience in DORAL (SOUTH BEACH FITTING EXPERIENCE) and things around...