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  • Tour Edge Exotics E8 and E8 Beta Fairway Woods Review
    Review: Tour Edge Exotics E8 and E8 Beta Fairway Woods

    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 at this price point is a considerable let down and the additional...

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    Review: Nickent F30 Ti Fairway and Hybrid

    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 much spin with these, and their turf interaction, particularly from the...

    • Posted 87 days ago
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    2014 Gear Trials: Best Fairway Woods

    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 of all the different ways golfers use their fairway woods. Some players...

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    Ping G30 Drivers, Fairway Woods, Hybrids and Irons

    G30 Drivers No matter where a golf equipment manufacturer places the center of gravity in its latest driver, one thing is true; modern driver heads aren’t very aerodynamic objects. Ping’s new G30 driver doesn’t change that, but...

    • Posted 170 days ago
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    TaylorMade unveils new SLDR S woods and irons

    TaylorMade has announced the release of its SLDR S line, which includes new drivers, fairway woods and hybrids that continue the company’s emphasis on “lofting up.” Like the company’s original SLDR drivers, the SLDR S measures 460cc...

    • Posted 228 days ago
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    Review: Bio Cell and Bio Cell+ Fairway Woods

    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 a smaller, more compact profile that attracts better players looking for more workability...

    • Posted 235 days ago
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    Review: Adams XTD Ti Fairway Wood

    Pros: The XTD Ti fairway woods are built to be companions to the XTD driver. As a result, their faces are hot. Very hot. And like their big brother, they come standard with a high-quality Matrix shaft...

    • Posted 236 days ago
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    Review: Nike Covert 2.0 Fairway Woods

    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 as much as 700 rpms. Cons: No adjustability on the Performance model. The Takeaway: These...

    • Posted 267 days ago
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  • Cleveland 588 Custom Fairway Woods
    Cleveland 588 Fairway Woods and Hybrids Review

    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 much for high-spin golfers. Only one stock shaft, and their swing weights...

    • Posted 289 days ago
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  • Tour Edge Exotics CB Pro, XCG7 and XCG7 fairway woods review
    Review: Tour Edge Exotics XCG7, XCG7 Beta and CB Pro Fairway Woods

    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 models produce a similar launch and spin, and they’re on the expensive...

    • Posted 337 days ago
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  • Cobra Bio Cell+ fairway woods
    Cobra Bio Cell+ Fairway Woods

    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 Bio Cell fairway woods to promote a more penetrating trajectory. “In an effort...

    • Posted 338 days ago
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  • Callaway X2 Hot and H2 Hot Pro Fairway Woods Review
    Review: Callaway X2 Hot, X2 Hot Pro Fairway Woods

    Pros: Two different options, a Pro version with a slightly smaller head, lower launch and spin, and flatter sole, and a standard version offering maximum forgiveness and an easier launch. Lighter and thinner forged Hyper Speed Face...

    • Posted 341 days ago
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  • Callaway Big Bertha Fairway Woods
    Callaway Big Bertha Fairway Woods

    Like Callaway’s Big Bertha drivers, the Big Bertha fairway woods offer golfers several firsts in a Callaway club. For one, they’re the first Callaway fairway woods to combine the company’s Hyper Speed Face Cup technology with an...

    • Posted 343 days ago
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  • Cleveland 588 Custom Driver
    Cleveland 588 Custom Driver, Fairway Woods and Hybrids

    Cleveland Golf’s new 588 Custom driver <<< See Full Review Here >>> is more adjustable than the company’s recently released 588 Altitude driver, and has more weight positioned lower in the head to raise launch angle and...

    • Posted 347 days ago
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    Ping 2014 Rapture Fairway Wood

    The design of Ping’s newest fairway wood started with a simple question among the design team: “How can we make the hottest fairway wood out there?” The result, Ping’s Rapture fairway wood, is a 219-cubic-centimeter titanium fairway...

    • Posted 352 days ago
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    Ping i25 Driver, Fairway Woods and Hybrids

    i25 Driver Ping’s new i25 driver has a center of gravity that is more forward than the company’s G25 driver to help golfers reduce spin on their tee shots. But discussion about the i25’s engineering feats will...

    • Posted 352 days ago
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    Review: TaylorMade JetSpeed Fairway Woods

    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, subdued crown graphics. Consistently long and forgiving fairway woods. Cons: Absence of a...

    • Posted 368 days ago
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    Review: TaylorMade SLDR fairway woods and hybrids

    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 is marginally better, and the “real deal” TP shaft options are big selling...

    • Posted 381 days ago
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    Callaway X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro drivers, fairway woods and hybrids

    X2 Hot Driver Callaway’s X Hot driver was one of the top-performing drivers in 2013 for golfers with slow-to-moderate swing speeds, and those who miss the sweet spot as often as they hit it. But it had...

    • Posted 404 days ago
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    TaylorMade JetSpeed Drivers, Fairway Woods and Hybrids

    Pictured above (from left) are the TaylorMade JetSpeed 3 Wood, Driver and Fairway Metal Just three weeks ago, TaylorMade announced its SLDR fairway woods and hybrids. Today, golfers are getting their first look at TaylorMade’s newest line...

    • Posted 404 days ago
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  • TaylorMade SLDR Fairway Woods and Hybrids
    TaylorMade SLDR Fairway Woods and Hybrids

    Like TaylorMade’s SLDR driver, the company’s new SLDR fairway woods and hybrids promise golfers more distance from a lower, more forward center of gravity. The SLDR fairway woods and hybrids have a new version TaylorMade’s “Speed Pocket,”...

    • Posted 426 days ago
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  • Wilson Staff FG Tour M3
    Wilson Staff’s new FG Tour M3 Driver, Fairway Woods, Hybrids and Irons

    Wilson Staff’s newest line of equipment, the FG Tour M3, for the first time offers adjustable features in a Wilson Staff driver, fairway wood and hybrid. The company’s previous line of equipment, the D100 series, was tailored...

    • Posted 451 days ago
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  • Adams Tight Lies and Tight Lies Tour review
    Adams Tight Lies and Tight Lies Tour: Editor Review

    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 hybrid and off-the-tee fairway wood. Forgiveness across the face even with shallow, smaller-sized...

    • Posted 458 days ago
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  • Tour Edge Exotics CB Pro Fairway Wood 420x470
    Tour Edge Exotics CB Pro and XCG7 fairway woods

    Tour Edge Exotics’ new CB Pro fairway woods combine the retro, smaller head size of the tour-winning CB2 fairway wood with an innovative “Slip Stream” sole. The Slip Stream sole features wavy grooves running parallel to the...

    • Posted 465 days ago
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  • 2013 Adams Super S and LS Fairways Spotlight
    Adams Super S and LS Fairways: Editor Review

    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. They also help create more spring-like effect for more distance, and boost performance...

    • Posted 533 days ago
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  • Ping G25 fairway woods hybrids review spotlight
    Ping G25 Fairways and Hybrids: Editor Review

    Pros: The shallow design of the G25 fairway woods makes them easy to hit off the fairway and the tee, and the look of the G25 hybrid is much improved over the driving iron-like G20. Cons: They’re not...

    • Posted 546 days ago
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    2013 Best Fairway Woods

    Golfers love fairway woods that allow them to hit long, straight shots off the tee and off the ground. But fairway woods are not only some of the hardest clubs to hit consistently. They’re also some of the...

    • Posted 565 days ago
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  • Exotics XCG6 fairway woods review-1
    Exotics XCG6 Fairway Woods: Editor Review

    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 a breeze. Cons: They’re not adjustable, and there’s no alignment on the crown. They’re also...

    • Posted 565 days ago
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  • Nike Covert Fairway Woods Editor Review-1
    Nike VR_S Covert Fairway Woods: Editor Review

    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 to choose from. That makes them the most adjustable fairway woods you can...

    • Posted 568 days ago
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