The best fairway woods for under £100

Thomas Tanner
Feb 23, 2018
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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. We'll update this list when we think there are some more candidates to join.

If you're budget is a little higher then read about the best fairway woods for under £150.

TaylorMade M2

First up we’ve picked out the original TaylorMade M2 fairway. It features a graphite crown, a bonded hosel, and now iconic graphics. It’s super easy to launch and the Speed Pocket produces ball speeds to rival the subsequent M4, launched in January 2018. 

Reasons to buy the TaylorMade M2 fairway wood:

  • Its out the box playability
  • No nonsense approach to design
  • An icon in the fairway wood market

Get yours now from £73.99 - £83.99

Reasons to buy the TaylorMade M2 fairway wood:

  • Its out the box playability
  • No nonsense approach to design
  • An icon in the fairway wood market

Get yours now from £73.99 - £83.99

Titleist 915F

The Titleist 915F is another great option under £100. It’s iconic pear-shaped look (that will never go out of fashion) is paired with a high-quality carpenter steel face. What makes the 915F stand out is its Active Recoil Channel. This lowered the spin and made it appreciably longer than anything that came before it from Titleist. It also has a sure fit hosel to really dial you in.

Reasons to buy the Titleist 915F fairway wood:

  • Classic Titleist aesthetic
  • Huge range of adjustability
  • Super forgiving and easy to hit

Get yours now from £60.99 - £68.99

Reasons to buy the Titleist 915F fairway wood:

  • Classic Titleist aesthetic
  • Huge range of adjustability
  • Super forgiving and easy to hit

Get yours now from £159.99 - £207.99

Callaway XR16

If you're a Callaway fan then the mid-sized XR16 fairway wood is a rock-solid performer. The matte black look is simple and the way it sits snug behind the ball reminds us of the legendary warbird sole design. The XR16 gets its distance from the Hyper Speed Face Cup, which braces the club at impact to deliver improved high ball speed.

Reasons to buy the Callaway XR16 fairway wood:

  • Unbeatable value in a fairway wood
  • Low profile for easy launch of the grass
  • No confusing adjustability

Get yours now from £52.99 - £87.99

Reasons to buy the Callaway XR16 fairway wood:

  • Unbeatable value in a fairway wood
  • Low profile for easy launch of the grass
  • No confusing adjustability

Get yours now from £52.99 - £87.99

Ping G30

The Ping G30 fairway combines a carpenter steel face and hosel adjustability to deliver an all-rounder fairway wood. The matt black crown has added Turbulators for extra club head speed and increased distance.

Reasons to buy the Ping G30 fairway wood:

  • Mass low and back for easy launch
  • Adjustability in the hosel
  • Turbulators for increased speed

Get yours now from £61.97 - £98.97

Reasons to buy the Ping G30 fairway wood:

  • Mass low and back for easy launch
  • Adjustability in the hosel
  • Turbulators for increased speed

Get yours now from £61.97 - £98.97

Wilson Staff D300

Finally the Wilson Staff D300. At the time of writing it’s just a year old and presents plenty of loft at address from its tall carpenter steel face. If you’re looking for a easy to hit fairway that will fly high and drop soft onto greens, the D300 is certainly an option.

Reasons to buy the Wilson Staff D300 fairway wood:

  • Perfect for slower swing players
  • Low drag design for more speed
  • Faster off the face

Get yours now from £56.99 - £88.99

Reasons to buy the Wilson Staff D300 fairway wood:

  • Perfect for slower swing players
  • Low drag design for more speed
  • Faster off the face

Get yours now from £56.99 - £88.99

So there you have it, 5 great fairway woods for under £100. There’s even more to choose from if none of these take your fancy, just visit our fairway woods page to find yours. 

Further reading

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!

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