Golf Clubs - Fairway Wood Reviews

  • Cobra Baffler T-Rail Ladies Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £169

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    Cobra's Baffler T-Rail ladies fairway wood has a 17-4 stainless steel body and a 465 maraging high strength steel face that provides the feedback along with a hot face to boost distance for female golfers of all handicaps. This is aided by the...

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  • MD Golf Superstrong ST Ladies Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £70

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    The MD Superstrong ST ladies fairway wood features a more compact clubhead shape and a shallower clubface,making it ideal to use from a tight fairway lie or from the tee. Aimed at mid-high handicap female golfers, this traditional ‘pear...

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  • Adams Golf Speedline F12 Draw Ladies Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £150

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    The Adams Golf Speedline Fast 12 ladies fairway wood is the longest and most forgiving fairway wood produced by Adams Golf to date. For lady golfers with a slice problem, help is at hand with a weighted draw to straighten out your fairway shots. An...

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  • Benross Jewel Pearl Ladies Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £90

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    The Benross Jewel Pearl ladies fairway wood has modern technology with a traditional looking large head shape, aimed at mid-high handicap female golfers. It features beautiful white cosmetics and a lovely sound coming from a decent strikes...

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  • Adams Golf Speedline LP Ladies Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £149

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    The Adams Golf Speedline LP Ladies Fairway wood uses the superb Velocity Slot Technology that proved a massive success with the previous Speedline F11 Fairways. This visible technology across the crown and sole delivers a spring-like effect for more...

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  • Tour Edge Exotic XCG5 Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £249

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    If 2011 was the year of the white driver, then 2012 has been the year of the fairway wood. From TaylorMade’s RocketBallz to Cobra’s 45-inch Long Tom 2W, they have been the talk of the golf equipment industry. Yet US-based Tour Edge have been focused...

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  • Benross Quad Speed Fairway Woods Review

    RRP: £90

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    Using the same stability technology used in the Quad speed drivers, the Benross Quad Speed White Fairway Wood has split dual crowns and a wide modern footprint to lower and deepen the centre of gravity so you can be sure of powering shots out of any...

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  • Ping Anser Fairway Woods Review

    RRP: £220

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    It’s not only the new Ping Anser driver that will be making headlines thanks to adjustability, but the Anser fairway wood as well.   The club is Ping’s first adjustable fairway wood and features the same trajectory tuning as the Anser driver to...

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  • Cobra Long Tom 2 Wood Fairway Woods Review

    RRP: £199

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    Cobra have unveiled a 2-wood to go with their four-foot long driver. A longer shaft (45 inches – the legal limit) and a larger 240cc clubhead mean more distance. It also features Cobra’s E9 face technology for more forgiveness. Available in regular,...

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  • Mizuno MP-650 Fairway Woods Review

    RRP: £199

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    “Mizuno's fairway woods have always had a high pick-up rate on the Tour," says Andy Kikidas, Mizuno’s Tour Operations Manager. "But at Q-School in Spain it was clear the MP-650’s have really gone up a level in ball speed. Combine that with a workable...

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  • Ping i20 Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £200

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    The Ping i20 is ideal for low to mid handicap golfers, made from stainless steel and able to launch the golf ball. It has a neutral head rotation to promote square impact and traditional head design address profile makes for confident, simplified...

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  • TaylorMade R11S Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £199

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    The R11’s successor offers golfers the option of square, two closed and two open settings to provide huge variety in shot shaping. Lofts can also be adjusted by either 1.5° up or down but perhaps the most notable thing is the low and forward CG...

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  • Yonex EZONE SD Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £149

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    If you haven’t previously considered Yonex woods, the EZONE SD is a good place to start. Golfers will see a high, powerful ball flight and benefit from a high level of forgiveness too. The Nanospeed 200 shaft that is fitted as standard delivers...

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  • Dunlop NZ9 Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £40

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    Dunlop are starting to get into golf in a big way and their new NZ9 range is incredibly easy on the eye. The fairway wood uses Aeroskin technology making it super aerodynamic for more clubhead speed which in turn translates to more distance. Dunlop...

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  • Callaway RAZR Fit Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £199

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    Callaway’s first foray into adjustability allows golfers to set the fairway wood to an open, closed or square setting to promote different shot shapes, or help cure an ongoing fault quickly and effeciently. The OptiFit system is incredibly...

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  • TaylorMade Rocketballz Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £179

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    Some players have reported gains of up to 17 yards with this club, and that’s impressive. The secret lies in the Speed Pocket that sits behind the face – it boosts COR and ball speed for more distance, and the flight is incredibly strong due in part...

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  • PING K15 Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £175

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    The K15 clubs have been around for about 18 months now but remain a favourite. Straight Flight Technology – a visible weight pad positioned towards the heel of the club – helps rotate the club to a squarer position at impact, helping eliminate the...

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  • Nike Golf VR_S Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £130

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    The VR_S fairway wood complements the driver, and boasts lots of the same innovations. The NexCOR face technology promotes ball speed for greater distance but the fairway woods also feature L-Face technology, giving maximum distance from the most...

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  • Cobra Baffler T-Rail Fairway Wood Review

    RRP: £169

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    The name synonymous with Cobra rescue clubs has branched out. One of the major problems club golfers have when hitting a fairway is digging it into the ground, but the Tungsten Rail Sole helps the club glide through the surface for a crisper contact,...

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