Looking for a new Fairway Wood? Below we highlight our top 5 Fairway Woods for 2021 with options from Callaway, TaylorMade, Cobra King, Mizuno and more
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One of the best things about golf are the many options, between courses, golf balls, and especially with clubs.
This article will discuss the best fairway woods for 2021 so you have the most up to date info before making your choice.
These top five woods in no particular order are:
- Callaway Mavrik
- Cobra King Speedzone
- Mizuno ST200
- TaylorMade SIM
- Titleist TS2
Now for the pros and cons of each club!
Callaway Mavrik Fairway Wood
The Callaway Mavrik has a classic orange/black slick look and three different head styles.
Using artificial intelligence, Callaway has designed this club to be its most forgiving one yet. This fairway wood is offered in sixteen different specific forms based on the loft and style.
The main con of this club is the price tag of almost three hundred euro which is towards the steeper side of the woods.
In summary, if you are looking for ultimate forgiveness and a wide variety of options this is certainly the fairway wood for you however it comes at a high price.
Cobra King Speedzone Fairway Wood
The Cobra King Speedzone is another new high quality fairway wood of 2020. What makes this wood unique from others is the rail technology which Cobra utilizes for multiple purposes.
These rails help externally by helping the club move through any type of lie, as well as internally the rails reduce stiffness in the sole and increase forgiveness.
On the other hand, the main con is the reduced variety of this club. Even with three specific types of this club, there are only six degree variations within these options, a drastic difference from the Callaway Mavrik.
Overall, the Cobra King Speedzone offers extremely advanced technology but not much variety between its options.
Mizuno ST200 Fairway Wood
Another possible option is the Mizuno ST200 which uses rare materials to add extra distance and higher launch angles. This club utilizes a high strength steel alloy, previously used in formula one race car engines.
Not only does this alloy produce better flex in the club, this club is also lighter and thinner than before. Another pro is the price of the club at around two hundred euro, the cheapest of the options.
The main con is that there are only three options total, even less than the previously mentioned Cobra King Speedzone.
If you are looking for a cheap fairway wood that will add some extra distance to your game the Mizuno ST200 is the club for you.
TaylorMade SIM Fairway Wood
The TaylorMade SIM is another solid option that would be a nice addition to any bag. The SIM has been designed using a titanium body which makes it 40% lighter than the average typical steel fairway wood.
With this in mind the club generates better speed off the face and lowers the center of gravity for improved spin and launch.
The overall price tag for this club is close to four hundred euro which is the most expensive option out of the five.
Overall, the TaylorMade SIM is lighter, quicker, new, and improved but comes with a large price tag.
Titleist TS2 Fairway Wood
The final option is the Titleist TS2 which was designed to maintain the same weight as before, but replaced the weight to be heavier lower in the club.
This extra weight down low helps launch the ball higher and further than ever before. With this repurposed mass the club also allows for more forgiveness than ever before.
The main con with this club is that the other options above already provide extra distance, forgiveness, and spin more effectively or at less of a price.
In conclusion, all of these clubs have different pros and cons and hopefully this article will help you narrow down the search for your next fairway wood.