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Titleist 917 F2 F3 Fairway Review

Titleist 917 F2 F3 Fairway Review – Of the 917 woods it is the Titleist 917 Fairway that has undergone the greatest change, not least of which in what it is called. Since the Titleist 910 fairways in 2010, there…
TaylorMade SIM2 Fairway Wood Review

TaylorMade SIM2 Fairway Wood Review – TaylorMade’s SIM metals were all the rage in 2020, so much so that some golfers had to wait for months to get their hands on one. TaylorMade’s marketing is always strong, but with two…
Callaway Epic 21 Fairway Wood Review

Callaway Epic 21 Fairway Wood Review – Epic is back for 2022, and I for one am glad to see it.When I was a kid, Callaway were known for the quality of their fairway woods. There were iconic lines such…
Ping G425 Fairway Wood Review

Ping G425 Fairway Wood Review-If you have a keen eye for new golf equipment then you might have spotted that plenty of Tour players have had the new Ping G425 driver in the bag over the last couple of months. However, the…
Callaway Big Bertha B21 Fairway Wood Review

Callaway Big Bertha B21 Fairway Wood Review – When I hear the name ‘Big Bertha’ I automatically think of big, chunky, easy to hit clubs designed to help high handicappers or beginners gain some more consistency in their golf game…
Titleist TSi2 and TSi3 Fairway Woods Review

Titleist TSi2 and TSi3 Fairway Woods Review–Titleist’s new TSi range is taking the professional tours by storm. More than 100 players around the world have switched to new TSi2 and TSi3 fairways since they debuted on the PGA and European…
Callaway Mavrik Fairway Woods Review

Callaway Mavrik Fairway Woods Review – Callaway’s Epic Flash Driver set new boundaries upon its release last year due to its use of Artificial Intelligence and machine learning. It was clearly successful, too, as Callaway is now using this process to…
TaylorMade SIM and SIM Max Fairway Review

TaylorMade SIM and SIM Max Fairway – TaylorMade has introduced the SIM range for 2020 to replace the existing ‘M range’ which TaylorMade fans and tour pros alike have grown to know and love. SIM places a greater emphasis on…
Ping G410 Fairway Wood Review

Ping G410 Fairway Wood Review – The Ping G410 fairway has undergone a makeover based on tour feedback to create an easier to launch wood with less spin. Ping G410 Fairway Wood Review Apparently Ping’s tour players found the previous…
TaylorMade M6 Fairway Review

TaylorMade M6 Fairway Review – The non-adjustable fairway of the TaylorMade M family has been one of their best sellers and the M6 fairway looks set to continue this tradition. TaylorMade M6 Fairway Review This is the no-nonsense fairway designed…