Adams Golf is best known for its Tight Lies fairway wood. A club that was introduced in 1997 that was revolutionary in the way fairway woods would be designed for years to come.
For the last several years Ping has had a great run with their golf clubs. The I/3 and I/3+ irons and then the G2 have all sold tremendously well.
Cleveland Golf is starting to make some serious inroads in the woods business. The Launcher Titanium is the second version of the Launcher fairway woods; the first being stainless steel.
The TaylorMade V Steel has been an extremely popular fairway wood for both weekend hackers and tour players alike. TaylorMade has always made quality metal woods and the V Steel is arguably one of the best fairway woods they have ever made.
It didn't take long for Dunlop to add fairway woods to its best selling LoCo line. The LoCo fairway woods hit a great price point and are designed for the average golfer that doesn't want to spend lots of money on clubs they might not use all that much.
I think it is safe to say that Callaway has been a leader in the fairway woods business ever since the days of the S2H2 and the Warbird. The Warbird really revolutionized the stainless steel fairway wood with its sole and imbedded weight chip.