Fairway Woods

Are you looking for the perfect fairway wood to add to your golf bag?
Call off the search and check out our amazing selection of second-hand fairway woods at prices you won’t believe.

Top fairway brands

All the golf brands, from Mizuno to Cobra, have their versions of the fairway wood, and we’ve got them all here!

Our top picks

We’re passionate golfers ourselves at golfclubs4cash. Find out which fairway woods we think are the winners here.

TaylorMade Stealth Fairway Woods

It’s one of the best fairway woods for distance, and you’ll find great deals on used TaylorMade Stealth fairway woods here.

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A Stealth 2 fairway from TaylorMade

PING G425 Fairway Wood

It’s one of PING’s biggest hitters and we love the PING G425 fairway wood as much as our customers do! Grab yours today.

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A PING G425 Max Fairway Wood

Cobra LTDX Fairway Wood

With a low CoG, great looks and feel, and plenty of tech, Cobra’s LTDX fairway wood sure takes some beating. Find yours now.

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A Cobra LTDx Fairway Wood

Fairway Woods on a budget

Fairways under £100

Looking for a used fairway wood but on a budget? Check out our range of great used fairway woods coming in under £100.

Sale items

We’re constantly adding items to our sale, so check out what bargain fairway woods we’re currently offering here.

Bargain basement

Wanting to find our absolute rock-bottom prices? You’ll find the juiciest deals on used fairway woods in our bargain basement. Go!

Limited edition

Check out our page dedicated to rare, limited edition and tour-issue fairway woods - all at incredible prices.

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Fairways by dexterity

Whether you’re a leftie or a rightie, we’ve got the used fairway wood for you! Follow the links to find the perfect fairway in the dexterity of your choice.

Fairway Woods by shaft flex

Our range features used fairway woods across all the different shaft flexes, from extra stiff and tour flex right through to ladies’ and seniors’.

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Fairway Woods: FAQs

What’s the difference between a fairway wood and a 3-wood?
They’re both the same thing! We explain the reasons for this in more detail in our Ace Series: Golf irons. Whether you call it a fairway wood or a 3-wood it’ll likely have around 15 degrees of loft.
What’s the defining feature of a fairway wood?
Fairway woods have two important features to notice - firstly they have a higher loft to lift the ball higher out of grass and out of obstacles, and they also have a shallower face which is great for better distance.
When do I use a fairway wood?
Golfers like to use their fairway wood for when they need more accuracy and precision than a driver would deliver, but distance is still important, e.g., for long par-5s.
How many fairway woods should I have in my bag?
Most golfers choose to carry a 3-wood and a 5-wood in their golf bag, because they are both great options for getting yourself out of many different tricky scenarios on the golf course.


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