Looking for new golf fairway woods for 2024? The best golf woods of 2024 have been shortlisted by GolfReviewsGuide.com.
We’ve looked at some options you can add to your bag this year to help you get the most out of your game.
Fairway woods have come a long way in recent years with the amount of distance and forgiveness they now offer.
Here are our some of the best golf woods for 2024, and you can also check out the best golf drivers, best saves, best irons, best wedges, best putters And best golf balls.
1. Taylormade Qi10 Fairway wood
The Taylor Made Qi10 fairways are the successor to the Stealth 2 with three models – the Qi10, Qi10 Max and Qi10 Tour – in the range.
They are TaylorMade’s most forgiving yet, with an ultra-high MOI, with the trio of options offering plenty of distance, workability and forgiveness.
The Qi10 wood is the standard model and the all-rounder of the three options, offers the combination of distance with forgiveness and is suitable for all types of golfers, from tour star to high handicapper.
The Max represents a new move for TaylorMade, as in this model they have come up with an ultra-high MOI and a low center of gravity for the most forgiveness in the range.
The Tour model is the elite performer of the Qi10 fairways range and features a different design to the other models for maximum adjustability.
This tour-level option features a movable weight system on the back of the sole, where the 50-gram sliding weight can change the setup for a higher or lower launch.
READ: Full TaylorMade Qi10 Woods review
2. Callaway AI Smoke Fairway Woods
Callaway AI Smoke Fairways are new for 2024 with four models – the AI Smoke Max, Max D, Max Fast and Triple Diamond – with several good spots in a new face.
The latest fairway woods feature a new AI face design process called AI Smart Face, which replaces Jailbreak technology and has multiple sweet spots on the face.
The AI Smoke Max replaces the Paradym Max as the standard model of the new range of fairways where distance and adjustability are what this model is all about.
The Max D model is the draw bias version and is designed as a solution for natural fade or slice spherical shapes. It’s more forgiving than the Max, with an extended head shape and the highest launch angle in the series.
A new addition to the 2024 series, the Max Fast is a lightweight option designed to help golfers with slower swings generate maximum speed through the air.
The Triple Diamond model is the most tour-style design with a compact head, deep face profile and penetrating ball flight for maximum distance.
READ: Full Callaway AI Smoke Fairway Woods Review
3. Cobra Darkspeed Fairway Woods
Cobra Darkspeed Forest are newly launched for 2024 with three models – the X, Max and LS – offering more speed and distance.
The Cobra Darkspeed
The Darkspeed Max model is designed with maximum forgiveness and a draw-biased setup for golfers looking to cure the dreaded left-to-right slice or fade.
Adjustable back and heel weights are key to the design and also allow golfers to fine-tune the draw bias to suit their individual swing style. The 3g and 15g sole weights can be interchanged to adjust the amount of traction.
The Darkspeed LS woods are the tour-level model, with a slim and compact head that is not only visually appealing, but also provides a confidence-inspiring look and feel at address.
The LS fairways provide an unparalleled combination of driver-like distance and precise shot shaping that top-level golfers crave.
READ: Full Callaway Cobra Darkspeed Fairway Woods Review
4. Ping G430 Fairway Woods
The Ping G430 wood were new for 2023 but remain one of the best options for this year, including the Max, LST (Low Spin Technology) and SFT (Straight Flight Technology) models.
The G430 Max fairways are an improved version of the G425 model and feature a slightly refined head compared to its predecessor. It has the highest MOI and the most forgiveness across the entire face.
Considered the tour-level option, the G430 LST has the smallest head of the three models and not only reduces spin levels but also produces a penetrating ball flight for impressive distance.
The Straight Flight Technology (SFT) model is also back in the new G430 range and is designed to help eliminate slice or fade by producing a much straighter ball flight. It has a draw setting and a center of gravity on the heel side.
READ: Full Ping G430 Fairway Woods review
5. Titleist TSR Fairway Woods
The Titleist TSR fairway woods are best known for their adjustability and join the Titleist TSR Drivers as one of the best options on the market.
The TSR2 is the standard model, with the main changes centered around the center of gravity, which is lower than ever before. The face is also balanced, for a high ball flight with less backspin.
The TSR2+ fairways are virtually identical to the TSR2 model, but they have a larger profile and are designed to be the best option from the tee, rather than from the deck.
The TSR3 wood model is one of the options and features a five-position Surefit Track System that is located on the underside of the club head and offers a great deal of setup versatility.
The TSR3 is also very easy to launch the ball into the air and is the ideal choice for players hitting from the fairways.
The TSR1 was added later, but the lightweight model is best suited for lower swing speeds and more suitable for golfers with a higher handicap.
READ: Full Titleist TSR Fairway Woods review
6. Mizuno ST-G titanium fairway wood
Mizuno ST-G Titanium fairways are the first fairways ever included in the series and are designed for tour-level and elite golfers.
The new addition features a titanium face and Mizuno’s CORTECH Chamber design and now offers the perfect option for high swing speeds.
Mizuno may have taken some time to perfect and release the new design, but the wait is worth it with the ST-G fairways incorporating all the technologies you see in the drivers.
The key element in the CORTECH chamber, which helps deliver consistency and explosive ball speeds and low spin levels that better golfers crave.
It sits in an all-titanium TI-88 body and is complimented by a variable thickness titanium face to provide consistent ball speeds even on mishits.
Mizuno has also incorporated an 80g stainless steel soleplate to balance the setup and provide wood that sits perfectly square at address.
READ: Full review of Mizuno ST-G Titanium Woods
7. PXG 0311 Black Ops Fairway wood
PXG 0311 Black Ops fairways are new for 2024 and the fairways are the most advanced and easy to launch yet.
The fairway woods have been refined compared to the previous ones 0311 model with a new face and sole design among the changes.
A more compact head, a larger and squarer face and a flat sole have allowed PXG designers to shift weight to the perimeter, add forgiveness and increase ball speed.
These woods are more forgiving than the previous version of the 0311 fairways, are more accurate than any previous model and it’s all thanks to the new weight structure.
READ: Full PXG 0311 Black Ops Woods review
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