The 3 wood has been a popular club pretty much since golf began. It’s rare that anyone, from pros to amateurs, will be seen without this particular wood in their bag. The reason for this is quite simple: 3 woods have the potential to hit big shots whilst retaining a good amount of control. In
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The 7-wood is a club that often gets overlooked. Stereotypically, they are reserved for female golfers, seniors, or anyone with a slower swing speed. While it’s true that the 7-wood does benefit those with a slower swing speed, it has far more going for it than just that. So much so, in fact, that the
Fairway woods are some of the more difficult clubs in your bag to hit correctly since you have to hit them off the deck on most occasions. Golfers select a fairway wood to close the gap between the distance they achieve with a driver and the best that they get out of their highest iron.
Many golfers have invested in hybrid clubs to make their lives easier and to get more consistency in their game. This has not always replaced the fairway wood and we will provide some insight on the differences between a 3-wood vs a 3 -hybrid club. Most golfers will agree that fairway woods are the most
Golfers have so many choices these days that it can sometimes be a bit bewildering. A fairway wood is a useful club to have but many golfers do not know where to start. We will take you through some important information about them and highlight a few of the best fairway woods for high handicappers.