So you've got your matching Titleist TSR fairway wood, but it's the first adjustable fairway wood you've had. You're lost in a new world of adjustment capabilities and need help figuring out where to start?

With the rise in popularity of hybrid (sometimes called utility or Rescue) woods (click here to view our guide to choosing Hybrids), deciding which fairway wood to opt for has become a little trickier - not least because the line between a fairway wood and a hybrid is often quite blurred.

According to the rules of golf we are all allowed to carry a maximum of fourteen clubs in your golf bag. But what clubs do you need? What do they each do? In this article we’ll build a virtual bag of 14 clubs explaining why each one has a vital role to play.

With the price of a brand new fairway wood edging closer and closer to £300 we had a look through the Golfbidder warehouse to see what you could add to your bag for around half that, and in some cases, far less than half!

A simple question to answer today - is it possible to build a Tour ready golf bag for under £1000? No corners cut, just a fantastic collection of, top class and proven winners.

At Golfbidder we’re surrounded by a treasure trove of over 2,000 new and second-hand fairway woods but how easy is it to find some real bargains? Here are the best 5 fairway woods we can find for under £100.00.