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Adams Super S Fairway Wood

Adams Super S Fairway Woods Review

jamo

Pros: Good looking, solid performance.

Cons: Awful head covers, don't adjust.

I like both of these clubs, I really do. Adams has never been a company that will blow you away with flashy marketing and exaggerated claims, and for that I can't fault them. But sometimes exaggerated claims have a grain of truth to them. TaylorMade-Adidas has positioned Adams Golf as their sort of "little brother" brand, a place where they can experiment, test out innovation, and keep costs...
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TaylorMade JetSpeed Fairway Wood Review
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The 3 Deep version of this Wood could potentially replace your driver.
The 3 Deep version of this Wood could potentially replace your driver.
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Tour Edge Exotics XRail Fairway Woods

Tour Edge Exotics XRail Fairway Woods

“ Craft-shop club maker Tour Edge has achieved a cult following for its Exotics line, especially the fairway woods. In recent years, PGA Tour pros such as Brandt Snedeker use the Exotics fairway metals because they work - the pros get no TE endorsement money for playing them.   Well, TE has expanded its Exotics line with the XRail driver, FW, and hybrid. These are pegged for everyday...” --WUTiger

100% Positive Reviews
Callaway X2 Hot Deep Fairway Wood

Callaway X2 Hot Deep Fairway Wood

“The version of this club I used was the 3 Deep 14.5 Pro with the x-stiff 75 gram Aldila shaft. First thing you notice with this wood is its weight. Personally, I enjoy the heavier clubs as they provide a more solid feel through contact. Which leads to the next part, performance. The ball flies well off the face and down the fairway; as well as any I had experienced. But one thing thats...” --Bechambo

100% Positive Reviews
TaylorMade Men's Jetspeed Fairway Wood

TaylorMade Men's Jetspeed Fairway Wood

“I liked the JetSpeed fairway wood a lot. It's earned a spot in my bag, despite the few issues I had (the lack of adjustability is up there). It's the Toyota Camry of golf clubs: a bit bland and unexciting but it's priced right and, man, it just works. The JetSpeed is designed with a curved crown and shallow face to get the ball in the air, which is does well. It's great from a variety of lies,...” --jamo

100% Positive Reviews
TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 Fairway Wood

TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 Fairway Wood

“This is a very unimpressive club. I currently have the Rocketballz Stage 2 3 wood (not in my bag, of course). I have played only a few rounds with it and hit it a few times at the range for me to know that this club is not for me. The club does not perform very well. When hitting the ball, I don't feel any pop that I have felt in other woods and there is little to no feedback. The distance...” --ajst22

50% Positive Reviews
Adams Speedline Fast 12 Fairway Wood

Adams Speedline Fast 12 Fairway Wood

“Though golf clubs are usually categorized by the character profile they fit (low-, mid-, or high-handicapper), the Adams Speedline Fast 12 fairway woods do not fit that description. If you're looking for something that can get you out of tough situations and pick the ball from tight lies, look elsewhere. If you are looking to keep the ball under the wind and bend it like Bubba, again, this...” --jamo

100% Positive Reviews
Adams Super S Fairway Wood

Adams Super S Fairway Wood

“I like both of these clubs, I really do. Adams has never been a company that will blow you away with flashy marketing and exaggerated claims, and for that I can't fault them. But sometimes exaggerated claims have a grain of truth to them. TaylorMade-Adidas has positioned Adams Golf as their sort of "little brother" brand, a place where they can experiment, test out innovation, and keep costs...” --jamo

0% Positive Reviews
Titleist 910F Fairway Wood

Titleist 910F Fairway Wood

Titleist 910 fairway metals are available in two models that provide distinct performance. The 910F is a versatile, maximum forgiveness fairway metal designed for outstanding performance from the turf or tee. The 910F features a pear shaped head design with a deep CG for easier launch off the turf and straighter more consistent ball flight. The 910 F∙d is a stable, larger volume fairway...

Callaway X Hot Pro 3 Deep Fairway Wood

Callaway X Hot Pro 3 Deep Fairway Wood

Callaway X Hot Pro 3 Deep Fairway Wood The Callaway X Hot Pro 3 Deep Fairway Wood is a product derived from Tour players needs for a fairway wood thats longer from the tee. The Forged Face Cup with the Speed Frame Face increases ball speeds across the face, and the deeper face and lower CG are designed to reduce spin and provide a stronger ball flight for huge distance off the tee. Forged Speed...

Titleist 913 FD Fairway Wood

Titleist 913 FD Fairway Wood

Titleist 913F.d Fairway Wood The Titleist 913F.d Fairway Wood is a larger, high-performance, full pear-shaped fairway wood that delivers long distance with lower spin and a penetrating flight. The total performance design with a low and forward center of gravity (CG) location and SureFit Tour (SFT) weight provides optimum launch with reduced spin for more distance. Industry-leading SureFit Tour...

TaylorMade RocketBallz Tour Fairway Wood

TaylorMade RocketBallz Tour Fairway Wood

TaylorMade RocketBallz Tour Fairway Wood The TaylorMade RocketBallz Tour Fairway Wood dramtically increases your distance. Better players increase their distance by 17 yards. How does this happen? A in.Speed Pocket in. boosts ball speed by lowering the weight of the club and together with the Thick-Thin Crown Design a lower center of gravity is created, which promotes a higher launch with more...

100% Positive Reviews
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