This Callaway comes in several types of woods, including 3, 7 and 11. It's triaxial carbon crown is forgiving, making it a good choice for beginners and those who know their way around a golf course.
The model will set you back a few hundred dollars.
This adjustable fairway wood has 2 CG settings, making it great to have if you'll be golfing on diverse courses. It also includes 8 adjustable loft settings for trajectory. Not bad at all for a fairway wood under $150.
The Cobra isn't a particularly light model.
A lower lead edge makes it easier to hit balls on turf. Thanks to geoacoustic technology, the Ping makes better sound and solid impact. Even if your hits aren't the most exact, this fairway wood is fairly forgiving.
With repeated use, dirt can start to enter the turbulators.
The carbon and stainless steel crown help create a lower CG and higher launch conditions. This aesthetically-pleasing model comes in 3, 5, and 7 wood versions.
Not adjustable in the least.
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Women’s fairway woods are an important part of the golf club set. For those tee shots where you need accuracy, a driver may be too risky. The women’s fairway wood will help you keep the ball in the fairway without sacrificing much distance. Or for those long par-5 holes, you can use the fairway wood from a lie on the ground. Unlike the driver, fairway woods can be used off a tee or the ground. Women’s fairway woods have a head that’s a little smaller than a women’s driver and larger than a hybrid. The length of the women’s fairway wood also fits between the driver and hybrid. Women’s fairway woods are available as a 2-, 3-, 4-, or 5-woods. Smaller numbers equal less loft in the club face and a longer shaft.
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