Golf Fairway Wood Reviews
The Best New Fairway Woods for 2009
Some golfers love to hit fairway woods off the tee. Other golfers find the higher lofted fairway woods easier to hit than long irons. No matter how you use fairway woods, these guides and reviews will help you find the perfect fairway wood configuration for you!
Fairway woods are designed to bridge the gap between the driver and your longest iron or hybrid. Depending upon the loft of your driver, you may find that adjusting the loft of your strongest fairway wood will give you a better performance.
Fairway woods generally have two purposes. They can be used as an alternative driver for shorter par 4 holes where accuracy is more important than distance. They are also used off the turf for long approach shots into par 5s and even for longer par 4s.
Many golfers are now carrying at least one hybrid to replace their long irons. You will need to deterine if you will be better off carrying a 3 hyrid or a 5 wood, or a 4 hybrid or a 7 wood. If you have trouble hitting the 3 wood off the deck, some manufacturers are now making 4 woods to use as the second strongest club in your bag. Golfers with slower swing speeds or who have trouble launching a 3 wood into the air find they hit the 4 wood even farther than a comparable 3 wood.
We offer reviews on several models of fairway woods that will help you to play and enjoy the game of golf more than ever.
Traditional Fairway Woods
Ping G10 Fairway woods
Nike SQ Dymo Fairway woods
Callaway FT Fairway woods
Cleveland Launcher Fairway Woods
Titleist 909F2 Fairway woods
Ping Rapture V2 Fairway woods
Cobra S9-1 Fairway woods
Innovative Fairway Wood Reviews
TaylorMade Burner Fairway woods
Bobby Jones Workshop Edition Fairway woods
Nike SQ Dymo2 Fairway woods
Adams Insight Tech A4 Fairway woods
Adams Insight Tech A4OS Fairway woods
Callaway Big Bertha Diablo Fairway Woods