Golf Clubs - Fairway Wood Reviews

  • Yonex EZone Z-Force Fairway Review

    RRP: £129

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    Tech: A larger profiled head to deliver ultimate forgiveness and playability. An “Octaforce” crown removes ineffective weight which is repositioned to lower and deepen the CG. Crown graphics aid alignment and help boost confidence at...

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  • Srizon Z F45 Fairway Review

    RRP: £229

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    Tech: An explosive and versatile fairway with a mid-size head that’s engineered to maximise launch from all lies say Srixon. An ultra hot maraging face raise’s COR by 15 points for maximum ball speed. Each club comes with three sole weights and a 12...

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  • Srixon Z355 Fairway Review

    RRP: £179

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    Tech: Action Mass Technology means that Srixon’s engineers have increased the 355’s headweight and teamed it with a high balance point shaft so you swing at your usual speed but the club head travels quicker. There’s also a mid-sized but shallower...

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  • Nike Vapor Fly Fairway Review

    RRP: £199

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    Tech: An extremely thin and light crown moves weight down for higher launch and less spin, to maximise distance. A covert cavity back spreads weight to the toe and heel to improve forgiveness and a FlyBeam structure creates a stable body and face...

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  • Cobra King F6 Fairway Review

    RRP: £179

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    Tech: A medium sized fairway with simple front to back CG adjustability allowing you to dial in either a penetrating or towering ball flight say Cobra.  A Speed Channel around the perimeter of the face increases ball speed no matter where you...

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  • Cobra King Ltd Fairway Review

    RRP: £229

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    Tech: A compact fairway with zero CG which Cobra say increases both distance and forgiveness. A Spaceport weight in the sole delivers an extremely low and deep centre of gravity for increased forgiveness. A Speed Channel around the face maximises...

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  • Titleist 915F Fairway Review

    RRP: £220

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    Tech: Distance without compromise say Titleist. A slightly larger profile inspires confidence while an Active Recoil Channel in the sole and high speed face insert ensure high ball speeds across the entire face. A low CG delivers forgiveness and...

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  • Mizuno JPX EZ fairway wood Review

    RRP: £219

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

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    Just like the JPX drivers the Fairways and Hybrids benefit from a larger confidence inspiring footprint which Mizuno say aids launching it high and long but with the addition of a softer for stopping shots quickly on greens. A newly expanded...

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  • Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 816 Fairway Review

    RRP: £249

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    Like the 816 Driver the Fairways are aimed at the serious golfer looking for outstanding performance. A 16g and 3g sole weight can be interchanged to either create the CG position which Tour players prefer or Callaway’s highest MOI Fairway, which is...

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  • Callaway Great Big Bertha Fairway Review

    RRP: £229

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    Tech: The GBB combines all Callaway’s best technologies in a single head. A Hyper Speed Cup face maximises ball speeds across the face while a modern Warbird sole makes it easy to hit. A larger head increases MOI for more forgiveness and an...

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  • Adams Golf Blue Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £149

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    Tech: Adams reckon the Blue has three key technologies that can transform your game. A velocity slot improves face flex and ball speed. A low back CG increases spin and speed, while slimmer than usual shafts mean more kick at impact to allow you to...

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  • Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 815 Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £249

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    Reviewed by: Joel Tadman, Equipment Editor Tech: Features a Hyper Speed Face Cup and two adjustable 3g and 30g sole weights to alter launch, spin and shot shape. The weight closest to the face is also positioned toward the toe, creating low spin and...

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  • TaylorMade AeroBurner Fairway Review

    RRP: £0

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    Technology Filled with technology to increase clubhead speed, including a hosel fin and raised centre on the crown to reduce aerodynamic drag. A larger, deeper Speed Pocket behind the face creates a larger sweetspot and reduces spin. Looks A...

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  • Callaway XR Fairway Review

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    The three fairway woods of Callaway’s new XR range target improved launch, power and forgiveness. The XR Deep (14°), XR Pro (14°, 16° and 18°) and XR (15°, 17°, 19°, 21°, 23°, 25°) fairways all feature the Forged Hyper Speed Face Cup that permits a...

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  • Yonex Z-Force Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £129

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    TG Rating 4 out of 5 0 out of 5

    The fairway wood is even more confidence-inspiring at address than the driver, appearing 10 per cent larger than last season’s VXF model, while the hybrid appears five per cent larger. Both also feature the new ‘OctaForce’ crown that allows weight to...

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  • Titleist 915 Fairway Woods Review

    RRP: £220

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    The Titleist 915 fairway woods feature a thinner and more forward ARC position to control the launch and spin. 

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  • Callaway Big Bertha V Series Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £299

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    The new Big Bertha V Series fairway woods provide distance, versatility and user friendliness thanks to the same speed-enhancing tech seen in the driver as well as the use of a Modern Warbird soleplate. As a special V Series option, Callaway is...

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  • Ping G30 Fairway Woods Review

    RRP: £210

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    Technology G30 woods retain the driver's Turbulator drag-thwarting crown, through a hotter face, without sacrificing launch or consistency, was the primary inspiration. Hotter face - stronger steel allowed Ping to create a thin, uniform-thickness...

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  • Callaway X2 Hot 2 & 3 Deep Fairway Woods Review

    RRP: £189

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    Technology This updated version features a lighter and thinner forged cup face than its predecessor. A higher MOI is said to boost forgiveness while a flatter clubface allows the ball to launch higher from fairway lies. Looks Appears to be the most...

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  • TaylorMade SLDR S Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £189

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    It has more weight forward than the previous RBZ Stage 2 and a new Speed Pocket. The heads also get smaller as the loft increases. “Golfers were asking for an SLDR fairway that has a lower and more forgiving profile,” says Todd Beach, VP of Product...

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