The Callaway FT Fairway wood is one of the most recent additions to the Callaway line. The company introduced us to their Fusion technology a few years ago and they have carried it forward into 2008. Callaway’s new FT-i Squareway woods have stolen the fairway wood spotlight but the more traditional FT Fairway shouldn’t be forgotten.
The original Tour Edge Exotics fairway wood really took the golf world by storm and brought attention to the entire Exotics line. We hopped on the Exotics bandwagon a few years back when we named the fairway wood the SirShanksAlot.com Golf Club Of The Year in 2005. Tour Edge has since launched their second Exotics fairway wood they and have …
Callaway’s X Hot fairway wood is a unique club designed to help those golfers looking for an alternative to the driver and/or maximum length off the fairway. Callaway has maxed out everything here… the X Hot is oversized, over length and flat out long.
The Cleveland HiBore driver made a real splash last year. It’s unique design and look really got people talking. The company has since added a newer version to the line and has continued to add to the HiBore family… introducing the HiBore hybrid, HiBore irons and the HiBore fairway wood.
Carlsbad, California based Sonartec has seen a steady increase in popularity over the last several years. Some big tour wins including the 2004 British Open and the design input of Nick Price has made Sonartec a household name amongst golfers. Sonartec has primarily made a name for itelf with its Md Hybrid Transition club but they have also done very …
Callaway always seems to hit the mark when it comes to their fairway woods. The company has always made very forgiving woods and they’ve always been able to make the next one just a bit better than the previous one.
The composite craze has slowed down a bit in the past few months and some companies, including Cobra, look like they are moving in another direction.
The Big Ben C455 fairway wood really hasn’t had much love this year. It’s rare to find a review of it, it doesn’t appear on Tour, you don’t see it in many Hogan ads and customers don’t ask for it. I don’t know if many customers even know that it exists.
The Cleveland Launcher Comp fairway is the sidekick of the popular Launcher 460 Comp driver. Many consider the Launcher Comp to be one of the better composite drivers on the market and those same people would probably agree that this fairway wood is one of the better composite fairways on the market too.
The Titleist fairway wood line often gets overlooked when the company releases new products. The golf balls seem to get the most hype, followed by the driver and then the irons and wedges.