Golf Clubs - Fairway Wood Reviews

  • Honma T//World GS fairway woods Review

    RRP: £279

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    The Honma T//World GS fairway woods are designed to help golfers with slow swings gain speed and distance.  The 'GS' in Honma T//World GS stands for "gain speed", and that's exactly what Honma want to help slong swinging golfers to do, in order...

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  • TaylorMade SIM2 Ti, SIM2 Max and SIM2 Max D Fairway Woods Review

    RRP: £279

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    TaylorMade build on the successful relaunch of the brand's V-Steel sole design with the new SIM2, SIM2 Max and SIM2 Max D Fairway Woods. Unless your name is Rocketballz, fairway woods rarely create the same amount of hype as drivers. It’s well know...

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  • Callaway Epic Speed fairway wood Review

    RRP: £299

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    Callaway Epic Speed fairway woods Price: £299  Lofts: 13.5° (3W+) / 15° (3W) / 16.5° (4W) / 18° (5W) / 21° (7W) Stock shaft options: Project X Cypher / Project X Hzrdus Smoke IM10 / Mitsubishi...

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  • Callaway Epic Max fairway wood Review

    RRP: £299

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    The Callaway Epic Max is a powerful fairway wood that's forgiving and easy to hit – what's not to like?  Alongside three new drivers for 2021, Callaway released two new fairway woods, the Callaway Epic Speed and Callaway Epic Max.  RELATED:...

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  • Ping G425 LST, MAX and SFT Fairway Woods Review

    RRP: £299

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    The Ping G425 fairway woods have a new, more powerful face wrap and an ovoid shape to deliver more consistent spin and distance. Ping have been known for making some of the games most forgiving fairway woods since they introduced the Ping G2 way back...

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  • PXG 0211 Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £270

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    The 0211 is PXG's 'affordable', super versatile fairway wood that targets everyone from 0-25 handicappers. “Affordable” isn’t a word said very often by billionaire PXG owner Bob Parsons. But that’s what he asked for when he tasked his team of ...

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  • Cobra King RADSPEED Fairway Woods Review

    RRP: £229

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    Cobra Golf's four-model King RADSPEED fairway wood family has Radial Weighting and a CNC Infinity face to optimise ball speed and distance no matter how you swing. Personalised performance doesn’t stop at just drivers these days. Brands have now...

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  • Titleist TSi2 and TSi3 Fairway Woods Review

    RRP: £279

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    The new Titleist TSi2 and TSi3 fairways have a new aerodynamic shape and a channel behind the golf club's face for more flex, higher launch, lower spin, faster balls speeds and more consistency. Two years on from their TS (Titleist...

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  • Callaway Big Bertha B21 Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £279

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    Callaway want the easy-to-launch Big Bertha B21 to get amateur golfers hitting fairway woods again. While Tour pros seem to swing faster and hit the golf ball further every week, Callaway are well aware that's anything but the case for most average...

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  • Srixon ZX Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £249

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    Srixon’s ZX fairway woods boast the same Rebound Frame technology as the brands ZX5 and ZX7 drivers, and they combine it with a brand new Cannon Sole design. Srixon make no secret their focus has switched to decking out decent players with the...

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  • Callaway Mavrik Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £269

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    The thinking is pretty simple, but the Mavrik is the first time Callaway have produced three fairways all under the banner of a single family name. The idea means each model can be individually tailored down to matching the typical traits of the...

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  • TaylorMade SIM Max Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £269

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    TaylorMade have reinvented the V Steel design in their new SIM Max and SIM Max D Fairway Woods The iconic V Steel design has been reinvented with the new SIM family of fairway metals. Advanced shaping combines with a V Steel sole to improve turf...

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  • TaylorMade SIM Ti Fairway Review

    RRP: £369

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    The TaylorMade SIM fairway wood has a titanium chassis just like a modern driver. 2019 was the year Tour pros started not just playing titanium fairway woods, but winning with them, too. Last year, TaylorMade created their first titanium fairway for...

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  • Cobra King Speedzone Fairway Review

    RRP: £229

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    Cobra's Speedzone Fairway Woods feature a CNC Milled face and new 'split rail' face flex structure to aid ball  There’s a trend in 2020 for drivers to come in two or three options – better player, standard and forgiving. Cobra is offering the...

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  • Srixon Z F85 Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £199

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    Srixon Z F85 Fairway Wood: TG Verdict Srixon quite often fly under the radar when it comes to woods, but our data and feedback has them down as an excellent choice for 2019. The Z F85's steel and carbon fibre head is completely inoffensive, it sits...

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  • Ping G410 LST Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £275

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    Ping G410 LST Fairway Wood: TG Verdict Designed as a driver alternative from the tee and for higher swing speed players to launch from the turf. The LST is not for everyone; it launches a degree lower with 300rpm less backspin than the standard G410...

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  • Ping G410 Fairway wood Review

    RRP: £275

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    Ping's latest G410 fairway woods are geared to help golfers achieve higher launch and less spin from the turf Within the new G410 fairway wood family Ping have really focused on how to deliver solid contact and give the golfer a lot more confidence.

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  • Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero fairway wood Review

    RRP: £269

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    The Epic Flash Sub Zero fairway wood combines groundbreaking new Flash Face technology with precision shot-shaping for high swing speed players. Callaway's new Epic Flash Sub Zero fairway wood replaces the brand's 2017 Epic fairway wood, and features...

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  • Callaway Epic Flash fairway wood Review

    RRP: £269

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    Callaway's new Epic Flash fairway wood features groundbreaking new Flash Face Technology to help golfers of every level and swing speed get more ball speed and distance. Callaway's new Epic Flash fairway wood replaces the brand's 2017 Epic fairway...

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  • TaylorMade M6 Fairway Review

    RRP: £269

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    TaylorMade's M6 Fairway Wood uses Twist Face technology for the first time TaylorMade's M6 fairway, like the M5, is the first series of fairway woods to us the revolutionary technology made famous by the brand's M3 and M4 drivers.  The result is...

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