What we say...
What with rescue clubs and hybrids being so popular right now, fairway woods have taken a bit of a back seat when it comes to great designing over the last couple of years. So Mizuno have really stepped up their game with the Mizuno F-60 fairway wood for 2008.
Where in the past carbon crowns have been the favoured way of freeing up useless weight to relocate, Mizuno reckon their new Mizuno F60 titanium crown is the bees knees! It only weighs 3% of the entire golf club head weight which means more weight can be put to better use making the club more stable on off centre hits.
If you’re a fan of traditionally shaped fairway woods you’ll really enjoy these as their wide subtly curved pear shaped golf club heads are perfect for drilling shots off the deck. The Mizuno F-60 fairway wood heads are also nicely shaped to match both Mizuno’s new drivers and sound more pleasing than previous models due to the stainless steel and titanium materials used. Just to top off the whole design Mizuno techies have also worked hard to create a sole which is hittable from any type of lie and reduces turfdrag so maximum power is transferred to the ball everytime.
Price: £99 (steel) £119 (graphite)
Lofts: 13.5°, 15,° 16.5°, 18°, 21°
Contact: 0118 936 2100
Mizuno Fairway Woods User Reviews
I like it. Im getting better. I started of with it very well with it. But now i'm getting a little weak with my 5 wood. It is a brilliant club when i can get to grips with it well but when i cant i might as well use a frying pan. I would ask consider this again but i think maybe the Jack Nickalaus Fairway wood a try. I think its is about a 8/10 so its not a bad club. Hope that review has helped you.
This is my second Mizuno 3 wood and the difference is marked. The head is slightly heavier which promotes a nice draw, the club sits great behind the ball and the distance from the fairway is really good. A great club all round