Best Fairway Woods 2018 I Gear Test I Golf Monthly

► Neil Tappin tests a range of the latest fairway woods to see which one worked best for him!

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Stuart Longair says:

Cobra should have been in the mix.

Wayne Swisher says:

Why was the Wilson Staff C300 fairway wood not tested with this bunch. Its longer and straighter than all of those. Thanks for the review.

Mike Cerniglia says:

Missing the 2 best ones, glad you had srixon in the mix but you missed the F8 and CBX.

D.A. Heath says:

Cobra is the best value for money in last 2-3 years and their fairway woods are excellent

SuperYoda7 says:

Everyone crying because no cobra is in the mix… I think it’s a good informative video! Thanks!

Albert Estwick says:

As a high-handicapper, I was looking to hear your thoughts regarding the adjustable fairway woods Cobra produces.

Iain M says:

Good video. Iv got the Callaway but in sub zero format. It’s easy enough to hit from the deck and very long from the tee

F Lew says:

Seems to me that you should have the TS2 FW instead of the TS3 in this comparison. All the other FWs are not adjustable as the TS3 is.

Peter Madsen says:

Just absurd not to include the cobra f8 – also, why would you take the titleist ts3, when you take the taylormade m4? Should be ts2 vs m4 and ts3 vs m3 if you’re looking for similar clubs.
This review is messy and does not show anything.

Chris Squire says:

In my quest for the right fairways I’ve tried, been fitted for and owned pretty much everything out there this year. Rogue SZ, M3, M4, F8+ and finally settled on the G400 fairways. After an exhausting summer trying to get these bloody club right (3 wood in particular) the G400 has finally sorted me out. G400 5 wood, Hybrid and LST Driver are brilliant performers too.

mike best says:

Ts2 works for me ,I found off the tee ts3 and ts2 about the same ,but ts2 off the ground much much easier .


I just realised. …no Cobra!

Howie Land says:

Great review, Neil. The 3-wood has always been my toughest buying decision. Re: other club tests, I’d appreciate a review of drivers for those of us that fight a fade/slice. I love my ’17 M1, which is adj’d for a draw bias, but I’m open to other/better options. Thx!

Steve Smith says:

Like to see results from a low to mid swing speed using these fairway metals. In other words, which club would be a benefit for a senior. Most club fitters, would prefer a senior use a 5wd instead of a 3wd, due to launch angle.

MrTkeddo says:

Neil might look like a Maths teacher but he can sure play Golf.

Eric Bohlig says:

I really like the Callaways however for a rookie who’s just gotten into golf a few months ago and needs a club to prsctice shots before I play, I think that’s way to expensive for me do you have any models you would reccomend for a rookie at a good price?

Jake McKeown says:

What about the Cobra F8?

Carla Colac says:

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Joe Dubiel says:

I own a set of these G 400 Ping Woods. Cannot say enough go things about them. Love the way they look behind the ball and the way they hit off the deck. They are a very easy club to hit and get up in the air. It works well off the tee for me too. Off the deck is more important then off the tee though as thats where the majority of shots are going to come from if you use a driver as most people do. Hitting a 3 wood of the deck or ground is difficult for many. Thats where the Ping really shines big time. I think its the most forgiving as well. I had difficulty hitting a 3 wood off the ground. That completely changed when I got the Ping G 400. 🙂 You just cannot beat them. Great review Neil. Spider Dubiel

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