Fairway Woods

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  • Super S - Super LS
  • Tight Lies
  • XTD Ti
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Adams goes white with Super S, Super LS lines

More white golf clubs were coming. Everybody knew it. Now here they are for 2013 -- white-headed metalwoods from Adams, joining the parade of white drivers, fairway woods and hybrids introduced by TaylorMade in 2011.

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Adams Tight Lies fairway woods

Adams Golf is reviving the Tight Lies fairway wood. Like the original, it aims to be the easiest fairway wood to hit.

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Adams XTD driver and fairway woods

Adams Golf soon will launch its XTD driver, which features Cut-Through Velocity Slots designed to amplify trampoline effect. The XTD Ti fairway woods are made of titanium and have slots of their own.

  • J40
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Bridgestone J40 fairway woods

The Bridgestone J40 fairway woods have squared, relatively shallow faces but are long from heel to toe for added forgiveness.

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Winner's Bag: Patrick Reed, WGC-Cadillac Championship

Here is a complete list of the clubs Patrick Reed used to win the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

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Callaway Big Bertha, Big Bertha Alpha

Big Bertha is back. Callaway Golf will use the famous name for two new drivers and a line of fairway woods for 2014.

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Callaway FT Optiforce drivers

Callaway Golf officials have high hopes for the new FT Optiforce drivers, but a more important strategy story is emerging at company headquarters.

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Callaway Razr Fit Xtreme fairway woods

Callaway Razr Fit Xtreme fairway woods are designed for players who want a blend of power and adjustability.

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Callaway X2 Hot Deep fairway woods

X Hot Deep has become X2 Hot Deep for 2014. Along with the slight name change, there are new options in lofts: 12.5 (2Deep), 14.5 (3Deep) and 18.5 (5Deep).

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Callaway X2 Hot & X2 Hot Pro lineup

Any discussion of Callaway Golf’s new family of clubs revolves around the word hot -- it's even in the name of the new Callaway X2 Hot lineup of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons.

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Callaway X2 Hot, X2 Hot Pro and X2 Hot Deep fairway woods

A new face design, coupled with a unique internal weighting system, gives the Callaway X2 Hot, X2 Hot Pro and X2 Hot Deep fairway woods plenty of pop.

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Callaway's X Hot 3Deep hits the Tour

Callaway has unveiled the X Hot 3Deep fairway wood, which is intended primarily for golfers seeking a second driving club off the tee.

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Callaway X Hot & X Hot Pro fairway woods

Callaway is planning a comeback in the fairway woods category with its X Hot line, available in standard and Pro versions.

  • AMP Cell
  • Baffler XL
  • T-Rail
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Cobra AMP Cell fairway woods

The Cobra AMP Cell fairway woods are designed with three key features: An adjustable hosel called MyFly, an alignment system called SmartPad and a face that's forgiving high in the toe and low in the heel.

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Cobra Baffler XL

The Cobra Baffler is an iconic name, forever linked with a utility club that could be hit from virtually any lie. But its legacy soon will expand to an entire family of clubs.

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PHOTOS: Cobra Baffler XL line

The Cobra Baffler XL line of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons will expand on an iconic name in utility-club history. Here are images of the clubs in the line.

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Cobra Baffler T-Rail fairway woods

The Baffler T-Rail fairway woods are designed by Cobra, first and foremost, to be easy to hit off the tee – but they really shine in the fairway and from the rough.

  • JPX-825
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Mizuno JPX-825 fairway woods

The Mizuno JPX-825 fairway woods feature an Ultimate Dynamic Stability internal weight; one function of this weighting is to provide a high trajectory and maximum carry distance

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Nike VRS Covert 2.0 fairway woods, hybrids

Nike, with its new VRS Covert 2.0 fairway woods and hybrids, has adapted the same Fly-Brace design principle that is used in the new VRS Covert 2.0 drivers.

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Nike VR_S Covert & Covert Tour fairway woods

The new VR_S Covert is not only Nike’s longest 3-wood, but also one of its most versatile, whether used from the tee or the fairway.

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Nike introduces new Covert driver line

In February, 2013, golfers will see Nike's new Covert drivers, fairway woods and hybrids in retail outlets. Throughout November, 2012, Nike is staging official introductions of the Covert driver and saving the fairway woods and hybrids for later.

  • Anser
  • G25
  • G30
  • i20
  • i25
  • Rapture 3-wood
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Ping's Anser line is 'super premium'

Ping's adjustable driver is a bet on golfers understanding the benefits of a personalized driver, with the whole line hitting stores in late August.

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G25 is next up in Ping's G series evolution

Next in the evolution of Ping's G series: the new G25. At the PGA Merchandise Show on January 24-26 in Orlando, Fla., Ping will showcase this new line. Bubba Watson has switched to the G25, as has fellow Ping staffer Hunter Mahan.

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Ping G30 fairway woods

A hooter face gives Ping's newest fairway woods – the G30 – a serious power boost.

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Ping's i20 clubs set to debut in February

James Achenbach: Ping’s new club family, the i20, offers the latest in a long line of distinctive-looking offerings that date to the company's founding 53 years ago.

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Ping i25 fairway woods

Ping's new i25 fairway woods are designed to be forgiving, launch the ball higher and reduce spin more effectively.

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Ping Rapture 3-wood

Ping has created the Rapture 3-wood with a face that's thicker in the center and thinner around the edges, targeting an enlarged the sweet spot.

  • JetSpeed
  • RocketBallz Stage 2 & Tour
  • SLDR
  • SLDR S
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Winner's bag: Brian Harman, John Deere Classic

Here is a complete list of the clubs Brian Harman used to win the 2014 John Deere Classic.

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TaylorMade JetSpeed Fairway Woods

TaylorMade says an updated sole channel design and re-positioned center of gravity create more distance in the JetSpeed fairway wood.

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TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 fairway woods

The TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 fairway woods are old in two configurations, standard and Tour; the Tour model is adjustable for loft and lie.

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TaylorMade SLDR Fairway Woods, Rescue Clubs

A low, forward CG position combined with a new slot in the sole helps the TaylorMade SLDR fairway woods and rescue clubs create more ball speed and distance.

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Increase in loft common with SLDR line

TaylorMade, with its new line of SLDR drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, has taken the traditional perception of loft and altered it substantially.

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PHOTOS: TaylorMade SLDR fairway wood, rescue hybrid

Check out images of the TaylorMade SLDR fairway wood and rescue hybrid.

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TaylorMade SLDR S woods

TaylorMade has a new version of its SLDR woods on the way to market, called the SLDR S and available in drivers, fairway woods and rescue hybrids.

  • 910F
  • 913F
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Titleist 910F and 910F.d fairway woods

With an adjustable hosel system designed into the 910F and 910 F.d, Titleist developed a way to optimize fairway woods more easily.

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Winner's Bag: Jimmy Walker, Pebble Beach

It wasn't smooth sailing Stillwater Cove for Jimmy Walker on Sunday, but the Texan was able to hold on and win the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am by one shot. Here's a complete list of the clubs that Walker used to win at Pebble Beach.

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Titleist introduces 913 hybrid, fairway wood

Titleist's new 913 driver has made an early appearance on Tour with the likes of Rory McIlroy, and now you will see more of the 913 fairway and hybrid line as well.

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Tour Edge Bazooka Max-D45 fairway woods

The Tour Edge Bazooka Max-D45 fairway woods have an aerodynamic head shape that allows them to slip through the air more effectively and create more clubhead speed.

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Tour Edge Exotics CB5 fairway woods

The latest in the CB series, the Tour Edge Exotics CB5 fairway wood employs an SP700 titanium face for improved rebound properties.

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Tour Edge Exotics CB Pro fairway wood gains win

Chris Kirk’s victory gave the new Tour Edge Exotics CB Pro fairway wood its first victory.

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Limited Edition Exotics CB Pro fairway woods

The limited edition Exotics CB Pro fairway wood from Tour Edge features a "Slip Stream" design that you've never seen before: Wavy steel ribbons cover the sole.

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Tour Edge Exotics XCG6 fairway woods

With a larger and deeper face than its predecessor, the Tour Edge Exotics XCG6 fairway wood was designed to maximize distance for golfers.

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Tour Edge Exotics Xrail fairway woods

The Tour Edge Exotics Xrail fairway woods feature a wider V-sole and more weight in the heel and toe areas.

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Wilson unveils D-100 family

Wilson’s new family of Staff D-100 golf clubs includes irons, drivers, fairway woods and hybrids for both men and women. It has been years since Wilson staged an introduction this comprehensive.

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Wilson Staff FG Tour M3

Wilson Golf is rolling out an entire new family of clubs under its Staff banner. The FG Tour M3 includes fairway woods, hybrids, irons and Wilson's first adjustable driver.