Added distance and forgiveness are on offer, as well as the ability to tweak
the flight to help find consistent gapping throughout the top of the bag with a good Golf Fairway Wood

Buyer’s Guide

Head design

Shallow-faced fairway woods are better from the fairway and rough, while deeper-faced models are great for tee shots. This is why some companies have brought out very deep-faced fairway woods, because players need a strong alternative off the tee when the driver is misbehaving.

Head size

Larger fairway woods will normally launch higher and be more forgiving, while more compact models will be more workable.

Adjustability

Consider your need for adjustability. It can help you dial in your yardages and adapt to suit the course conditions you face. Being able to lower the loft might make your fairway wood a better option off the tee while adding loft will help launch the ball higher and stop it quicker, ideal if you’re hitting into the green on par fives.

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Titleist-TSi2-Fairway-web

We test the new TSi2 fairway wood out on the course against TSi3

£279.00

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TaylorMade M6 Fairway Review

Technical Editor Joel Tadman tests out the new M6 fairway from TaylorMade

£269.00

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2017 TaylorMade M1 fairway wood review The new 2017 TaylorMade M1 fairway wood benefits from the same technological upgrades as the M1 driver – most notably use of more carbon…

£279.00

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TaylorMade M1 fairway

The Golf Monthly TaylorMade M1 fairway wood review, a club that features the same carbon crown as the M1 driver and two sliding weights to change shot shape

£249.00

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Callaway Berth Mini 1.5

  Key technology The Bertha Mini 1.5 is a versatile and forgiving driver alternative for those struggling with inconsistency from the tee which also provides an option from the fairway.…

£249.00

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Benross Speed 2 range

We test the Hot, Rip and Max drivers, fairway woods and irons

£89.00

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