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Nike SQ Dymo Fairway Wood Review

Nike SQ Dymo Fairway Wood – The Nike SQ Dymo fairway woods are the replacement model for the excellent Sasquatch II fairway woods and we are in two minds as to whether they are an improvemnt. Visually we don’t think…
Nike SQ Dymo2 Fairway Wood Review

Nike SQ Dymo2 Fairway Wood – The Nike SQ Dymo2 fairway woods are a big change from the Sasquatch II woods and the biggest difference is the quad sole. This sole is cambered from the centre of the club towards…
Nike SasQuatch Fairway Wood Review

Nike SasQuatch Fairway Wood – The Nike SasQuatch fairways follow the driver versions in moving more weight lower and further back to increase forgiveness and reduce spin. All the clubs are very forgiving across the face and have a good…
Mizuno F-60 Fairway Wood Review

Mizuno F-60 Fairway Wood – The last fairway woods we had from Mizuno were the F-50s which had a composite steel/graphite head. The new Mizuno F-60 fairway woods are still composite but the graphite crown has been replaced with Titanium…
Wilson Staff FYbrid Fairway Wood Review

Wilson Staff FYbrid Fairway Wood – In our test we found that all the clubs in the Wilson Staff FYbrid family are easy to play from all kinds of fairway lies and the railed sole minimizes the club bouncing into…
Cleveland 2009 Launcher Fairway Wood Review

Cleveland 2009 Launcher Fairway Wood – The new Cleveland Launcher Fairway Wood promises an 11 % larger clubface than any previous Launcher wood to provide more forgiveness. Cleveland have also increased the Moment of Inertia to over 3000 which helps…
Titleist PT 906F2 Fairway Wood Review

Titleist PT 906F2 Fairway Wood – The Titleist PT 906F2 fairway woods sit beautifully at address and have all the balance and poise you would expect from Titleist. They are very forgiving for their size and provide a very good…
Ping Rapture V2 Fairway Wood Review

Ping Rapture V2 Fairway Wood – The Ping Rapture V2 fairway wood has also undergone a makeover with the internal weight pads in the sole replaced with a tungsten sole plate that constitutes a third of the head’s mass. This…
Ping Rapture Fairway Wood Review

Ping Rapture Fairway Wood – The Ping Rapture fairway wood is unusual in that the head size is a massive 229cc, which is what the very first oversized drivers used to be. We don’t really see this as an issue…
Ping G10 Fairway Wood Review

Ping G10 Fairway Wood – Ping’s fairway woods have come a long way since the early days and we think the Ping G10 fairways are the best looking design so far. It’s much more classic in shape but the design…