What is the most popular 3 wood on tour?

PING’s G425 Max and Titleist’s TS2 and TS3 models are the most used 3-woods among the top 100 PGA Tour players with 9 players each using one of these fairway woods.

Which 3 wood is right for me?

The most important factor to consider when choosing the right loft for your 3-wood is your swing speed. As a general rule, the faster your swing speed, the less loft you will need to launch the ball high. If your swing speed with a 3-wood is over 100 mph, the loft of your 3-wood should be between 13-15 degrees.

What is the longest hitting 3 wood?

TaylorMade SIM2 Titanium

  • This could easily be the longest fairway wood on the market.
  • The SIM2 is a low spinner, so as far as pure distance, it’s hard to beat—although it doesn’t come in a true “4-wood” head, I have had great success already with players using the SIM2 Titanium 5-wood lofted down at 3-wood length.

What’s the most forgiving 3 wood?

Most Forgiving Fairway Woods

  • TaylorMade SIM2 Max Fairway Wood.
  • Ping G425 SFT Fairway Wood.
  • Honma T//World GS Fairway Wood.
  • Cobra Radspeed Fairway Wood.
  • Wilson D9 Fairway Wood.
  • Mizuno ST-Z Fairway Wood. Reasons to buy.
  • Wilson Staff Launch Pad Fairway Wood. Reasons to buy.
  • Callaway Mavrik Max Fairway Wood. Reasons to buy.

Are 3 woods easier to hit the driver?

The swing of a 3-wood is closer to your iron swing and much easier than hitting a driver. The shorter shaft on the 3-wood provides more control and consistency so if you are at that dreaded first tee and feeling the pang of nerves, don’t be afraid ton attack it with a 3 wood.

What are the most forgiving 3 woods?

Most Forgiving Fairway Woods

  • Callaway Epic Max Fairway Wood. Reasons to buy.
  • Titleist TSi2 Fairway Wood. Reasons to buy.
  • TaylorMade SIM2 Max Fairway Wood. Reasons to buy.
  • Ping G425 SFT Fairway Wood. Reasons to buy.
  • Honma T//World GS Fairway Wood.
  • Cobra Radspeed Fairway Wood.
  • Wilson D9 Fairway Wood.
  • Mizuno ST-Z Fairway Wood.

Who makes a strong 3 wood?

Callaway makes an entire line of fairway woods. The newest fairway woods this year are the Mavriks. There is one Mavrik made in a strong three-wood. This club has 13.5 degrees of loft, making it just a little weaker than a driver would be.

What is a strong 3 wood?

A strong 3 wood is a three-wood that has less loft than a traditional 3 wood. A strong 3 wood will have a loft of 13 or 14 degrees. When you consider that a standard driver is between 9 and 12 degrees of loft, you can see the strong 3 wood is not all that far removed from this.

What fairway wood goes the furthest?

The driver is technically a 1-wood, although the numerical designation is almost never used. A driver is used almost exclusively off the tee, except by pros and amateurs who are skilled enough to hit driver in the fairway. The longest fairway wood commonly used by most golfers is the 3-wood.

Should the average golfer carry a 3 wood?

3 woods tend to have a loft of between 15-18 degrees compared to a 5 wood with 20-22 degrees of loft. This should lead to a club spacing of the same distance as between your irons, this means that many golfers should consider carrying both clubs.

What is the most forgiving 3 wood?

The most forgiving 3 wood is not actually a 3 wood! Higher lofted woods are the most forgiving fairway woods in a similar way a pitching wedge has a higher loft than a 4 iron and is easier to hit. If you swing at a faster swing speed (100 mph+) though, feel free to try 15 degree 3 woods.

What’s the best 3 wood for a high handicapper?

Callaway Golf 2020 Mavrik Fairway Wood.

  • Cleveland Golf Launcher HB Turbo Fairway Wood.
  • TaylorMade SiM 2 Max Draw Fairway.
  • Callaway Golf 2021 Epic Max Fairway Wood.
  • Cobra Golf 2020 Men’s Speedzone Fairway.
  • Tour Edge Hot Launch C521 Fairway Woods.
  • Callaway Big Bertha B21 Fairway.
  • Cobra F Max 2020 Airspeed Fairway 3W.
  • When do you use a 3 wood in golf?

    Many golfers use a 3-wood when they have a long shot from the fairway, and some players also use the club on the tee box in place of a driver. A good swing with a 3-wood can create greater accuracy off the tee than a driver. According to Golf Magazine , amateur golfers use their 3-wood as many as eight to 10 times per round.