Best Golf Woods 2023 (Top NEW Fairway Woods)

Golf Reviews Guide picks out the best new fairway woods for 2023

The best golf woods for 2023 with the shortlist of the best new releases.

Titleist TSR Woods

Looking for new golf fairway woods for 2023? The best golf woods 2023 have been picked out in the shortlist.

We’ve taken a look at some options that could be added to your bag this year, and help you get the most out of your game.

Fairway woods have come a long way in recent years with the amount of distance and forgiveness they now provide.

Here are our few of the best golf woods for 2023, and you can also get the best golf drivers for 2023, best golf rescues for 2023, best golf irons for 2023, best golf wedges for 2023, best golf putters for 2023 and best golf balls for 2023.

1. Titleist TSR Fairway Woods

The Titleist TSR fairway woods are most known for its adjustability, joining the Titleist TSR drivers as new for 2023.

The TSR2 is the standard model with key changes are centred around the CG, which is lower than ever before. It is also face balanced, for a high launching ball flight with less backspin.

Titleist TSR Woods

The TSR2+ fairways are almost identical to the TSR2 model, but they have a larger profile and have been designed to be the best option off the tee, rather than the deck.

The TSR3 woods model is out pick of the options and features a five position Surefit Track System that is located on the bottom of the clubhead and allows for a large degree of versatility in terms of setup.

The TSR3 is also very easy to launch the ball into the air and it is ideal choice for those hitting from the fairways.

READ: Full Titleist TSR Fairway Woods Review

2. Ping G430 Fairway Woods

The Ping G430 woods are new for 2023 and include the Max, LST (Low Spin Technology) and SFT (Straight Flight Technology) models that also appeared in the G425 woods series.

The G430 Max fairways are an upgraded version of the G425 model and have a slightly refined club head compared to the predecessor. It has the highest MOI and the most forgiveness from across the face.

Ping G430 Woods

The G430 LST is regarded as the tour-level option, has the smallest head among the three models and not only reduces spin levels, it also produces a penetrating ball flight for impressive distances.

The Straight Flight Technology (SFT) model is also back in the new G430 range and is designed to help eradicate a slice or fade by producing a much straight ball flight. It has a draw setting and a heel-side CG.

READ: Full Ping G430 Fairway Woods Review

3. Mizuno ST-Z Fairway Wood

Mizuno has started to embrace the recent craze with carbon going on in the golf club industry with a carbon crown that helps to deliver lower spin and less overall weight on the clubhead.

Mizuno ST-Z Fairway Woods

In the ST-Z fairway woods, they combine this with very thin clubface and wave technology that lowers the mass of the clubhead for a lower center of gravity.

The end result is a fairway wood that is deadly accurate with a high launch angle. What sets the club apart from the others on this list is its adjustability, providing four degrees of loft and face angle options.

4. Callaway Great Big Bertha Fairway Woods

Callaway Great Big Bertha woods are new for 2023 with the famous model re-released with a unique Titanium design.

The fairways are multi-material construction, with the key design element is the titanium body and face which provides strength never seen before in woods.

Callaway Great Big Bertha Fairways

The titanium face is uniquely optimized for each fairway wood head through A.I. for enhanced ball speed and spin consistency in a powerful design.

The fairways also feature Jailbreak with Batwing Technology, which pushes stiffness to the perimeter and helps create face flex and high ball speeds.

READ: Full Callaway Great Big Bertha Fairway Woods Review

5. Taylormade Stealth Fairway Woods

Known for being on the cutting edge, the Taylormade Stealth fairway woods features all of the latest technological innovations, including a 3D carbon crown.

The unique woods also boast an advanced laser alignment system across the top of the clubface, and a V Steel sole design that distributes weight lower and towards the back of the club for exceptional forgiveness.

TaylorMade Stealth Woods

The launch of this fairway wood is among the lowest of the woods in this article, but golfers who are looking for a go-to club they can feel confident with off the tee, fairway or rough will love this all-rounder.

The standard Stealth is 190cc and is larger than the Stealth Plus model, which is 175cc and also differs due to having an ultra-thin Zatech Titanium face.


READ: Full TaylorMade Stealth Woods Review and TaylorMade Stealth Plus Fairway Woods Review

6. Callaway Rogue ST Fairway Woods

Those looking to add more distance out of their fairway woods should consider the Callaway Rogue ST woods range of Max, Max D and LS fairways.

They feature an A.I. designed Jailbreak system within the clubhead to provide greater clubhead and ball speeds, along with a 27-gram tungsten speed cartridge located right behind the clubface.

Callaway Rogue ST Woods

The face itself features C300 maraging steel to keep ball spin consistent whether one hits the ball near the hosel or the toe.

The Callaway Rogue ST Max is a great players’ fairway wood, the Max D is a draw-bias option and the LS is suited to golfers looking for low spin.

READ: Full Callaway Rogue ST Woods Review


Which fairway wood is best for you?

While some may argue that all fairway woods are practically the same, the only thing really similar about them is the shape of the clubheads.

Aside from that there are numerous differences in technology and inner construction, and as such golfers should try out different fairway woods before deciding on the right one.

Those looking for added distance will appreciate the Callaway Rogue ST Max, while maximum forgiveness can be found in the Taylormade Stealth.