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Fairway Woods & Golf Hybrids

Whether it's a fairway wood or hybrid golf club, knowing what club to hit depends on what clubs are in your bag; these metal woods will help you make solid contact for long, high shots. Maximize your game with our hybrid golf club reviews.

2014 Buyer's Guide Woods

Hybrid technology is right up there with fairway woods

2014 Buyer's Guide WoodsToday's fairway woods are insane.

2013 Buyer's Guide Woods

2013 Buyer's Guide WoodsWoods are still a popular category, much like what we saw in 2012.

Storm The Fairway

Make solid contact with your fairway woods

Storm The FairwayThe latest crop of new fairway woods that are primed for more powerful shots are all the rage this year.

We Tried It: TaylorMade Rocketballz Fairway Woods

TaylorMade Rocketballz Fairway Woods

We Tried It: TaylorMade Rocketballz Fairway WoodsAs if you haven't heard of these clubs yet (how could you not?), the new RocketBallz (RBZ) line from TaylorMade promises big distance, especially in the new fairway woods.

2012 Buyer's Guide Woods

Are the new fairway woods as long as your driver?

2012 Buyer's Guide WoodsThis year marks the first year that we've seen fairway woods truly marketed as driver alternatives.

We Tried It: Mizuno’s Hot New Woods

We Tried It: Mizuno’s Hot New WoodsWhen it comes to equipment, Mizuno has been a top contender in the forged-iron category for what seems like forever.

We Tried It

Titleist 910 Series

We Tried ItLate last year, Titleist introduced its next generation of woods, called the 910 series.

2011 Buyer's Guide Woods

Woods and hybrids are a breeze to hit

2011 Buyer's Guide WoodsBy now, you probably carry at least two fairway woods and a hybrid in your bag. Some golfers carry more hybrids or even swap out their irons with iron-woods.

2010 Buyer's Guide Woods

Today's fairway woods and hybrids are bigger, longer and easier to hit than ever.

2010 Buyer's Guide WoodsLooking to finally reach that long par-5 in two? How about actually hitting the green from 200 yards away, in the rough?

We Tried It 2010

Fresh New Callaway Sticks

We Tried It 2010Featuring a radical triangular design (buh-bye square), this driver is dubbed by Callaway as the company’s longest and straightest driver ever.

2009 Woods Buyer's Guide

2009 Woods Buyer's Guide

Fairway Woods Buyer's Guide 2007

Whether it?s a fairway wood or hybrid, knowing what club to hit depends on what clubs are in your bag

Fairway Woods Buyer's Guide 2007It doesn’t matter if it’s a long par-3, a short par-4 or a reachable par-5, making the right shot choice first depends on having the right clubs to choose from. Today, fairway woods have become longer, bigger and more powerful than ever, and hybrids, on the other hand, have become more specific, acting as either long-iron replacements or high-lofted fairway-wood replacements. The key is to begin analyzing your current set makeup in order to determine what’s missing. Need a club that goes 215 yards and stops on a dime? How about a 3-wood that flies almost as far as your driver, albeit a lot straighter? Maybe both? Discerning your needs is crucial to hitting better shots. And with today’s models, it’s hard to go wrong.

Fairway Woods Buyer's Guide 2006

Today's fairway woods have tons of technology and an array of features that make them a must from the tee, fairway and rough. Don't miss out.

Fairway Woods Buyer's Guide 2006The driver is the star of the golf club world, and as such, gets seemingly all the attention, all the kudos and all the technological advancements. As a result, for a lot of golfers fairway woods have become nothing more than afterthoughts that are needed simply to fill out their collection of clubs. This approach is a definite mistake, and one that should be immediately exchanged for one that views fairway clubs as critical members of every golfer’s arsenal.

The Replacements

No longer considered a novelty, the hybrid club has developed a new reputation as the go-to shotmaker from the fairway, the rough and, believe it or not, around the green.

The ReplacementsIf you’re supposed to hit down on the ball with your irons and slightly up on the ball with your woods, what in the world do you do with a hybrid club?