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#1 Posted : Friday, July 25, 2014 3:25:58 AM(UTC)

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Titleist AP2 714 Irons

Fairway woods are still a popular category. One trick I like to use to add extra oomph to my fairway wood shots is to hit a draw. It can be done, and the golf clubs for sale is pretty simple. First, set up with the ball a little farther away from your body. This will add a lot more width to your swing. Second, at the top of your swing, try to keep your hands lower. This will flatten your backswing, making it easier to swing from inside out. Give it a try the next time you need to make one from the fairway. Draws almost always go farther than fades.

The Ping G20 Fairway wood easily gets the ball airborne and adds yards with a low-deep center of gravity in the 17-4 stainless steel head by creating low spin with a much higher launch. Accuracy comes from perimeter weighting and a slightly larger face that raises the moment of inertia, ensuring a stable clubhead and faster ball velocity for maintaining distance, even on miss-hits. With a larger front-to-back and heel-to-toe, the callaway x hot irons sets up neutral at address and rotates square at impact.

The elongated, low profile design of the callaway x hot driver offers a long, forgiving option for golfers who rely on the confidence of a larger head. An external weight pad on the sole of the stainless steel head positions the center-of-gravity low and farther back to provide higher trajectories and increased distance. Its low spin feature is the result of the low profile design.

The Ping G25 Fairway Wood, their highest MOI fairway wood, features a slightly larger head design with a traditional shape that is easy to align with the target. The Titleist AP2 714 Irons finish helps with alignment and inspires confidence. It was only a matter of time until driver designers started parlaying driver tech into its smaller siblings. The result is a bunch of fairway woods that not only are long, they're remarkably forgiving, as well.

Hitting high shots off the Titleist AP1 has never been easier, thanks to low CGs and cupface designs, and if you want driver-like adjustability, you can find that, too, on many of today's most popular models.
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