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Fairway Wood Buyers Guide - Mid Handicap
Fairway Wood Buyers Guide - Mid Handicap
Having a fairway wood in your bag that you trust and have confidence in can be an absolute life saver for your score card. Now that your handicap only allows you no more than a shot a hole it is absolutely key for you to have a backup in case your driver has an off day. A well struck 3 wood will only be 30-40 yards behind your driver but it’s 15 degrees of loft will help you keep the ball in play and help you rescue a decent score.

If you are still using the budget woods you bought when you first started then consider upgrading to something which uses more modern technology and crucially will have a better quality shaft! Check that your new fairway will also have the correct flex for your ever improving swing.

Some modern head designs now use adjustable heads and weights, allowing you to fine tune a specific area of your game. This can be especially useful if you struggle with a particular shot (eg fade) and want the club to give you extra assistance.

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