2015 Hot List

Friday, November 7, 2014

Golf Hot List 2015 Fairway Woods

The 2015 fairway woods are now being released and here are the Golf Hot List 2015 Fairway Woods.
Titliest are one of the earliest to release their 2015 fairway woods and there are some great shaft options in this years models to choose from. Titleist have just released the 915 Fd in an 18 degree model, this is only available in the "Made Only to Order" category, a specialized club for special golfer like you.

Taylormade have released the R15 fairway woods available in 15°, 16.5°, 19°, 20.5° lofts and the Taylormade Aeroburner is available in Lofts: 3 (15°), 3-HL (16.5°), 5 (18°), 7 (21°), 23°.

 Nike’s Vapor Speed and Vapor Flex fairway woods are designed to fly longer and straighter , The Vapor Speed in particular was made 25 percent larger, making it a great choice for golfers who prefer a larger face profile in their fairway woods.  Engineers were also able to drive the center of gravity (CG) lower in the Vapor Speed fairway woods by adding slope to their crowns.

Titleist’s 915 fairway woods have the Active Recoil Channel to lower spin and add ball speed on all shots. Titleist also gave the clubs new, hotter faces ,465 stainless steel in the fairway woods.

 TAYLORMADE R15


The Taylormade R15 Fairway‎ woods  have a simple slide weighting channel which is 25 grams, so depending on how you ball flies you can adjust the weight to straighten up your fairway shots.

The new Front Track system performs like a Speed Pocket, therefore reducing spin while increasing the size of the sweet spot, and the four-degree loft sleeve allows for more loft adjustability and the opportunity to dial in your ideal launch conditions.

TAYLORMADE AEROBURNER

 The TaylorMade AeroBurner Fairway Wood features a new aerodynamic shape that includes a shallow face, raised center crown, and new hosel fin designed to reduce drag for faster swing speeds.

The new Speed Pocket increases the size of the sweet spot and reduces spin for longer, more forgiving shots on off-center hits. A new matte white finish, black PVD face, and linear AeroBurner crown graphic make alignment easy and inspire confidence off the tee. Lofts: 3 (15°), 3-HL (16.5°), 5 (18°), 7 (21°), 23°.

NIKE VAPOR SPEED and VAPOR FLEX




The Vapor Flex fairway woods have the same technologies as the Vapor Speed models, but they’re smaller in size and have Nike’s new FlexLoft 2 adjustable hosel, which is 30 percent lighter than the company’s original FlexLoft hosel. It gives golfers the ability to adjust loft 2 degrees up or down from the stock setting and choose one of three independent face angles: left, neutral or right.

The Vapor Speed ($199) will be available in lofts of 15 and 19 degrees with Mitsubishi Rayon’s Fubuki Z 60 shaft (X, S, R, A and W flexes). The Vapor Flex ($249) will be available in lofts of 15 and 19 degrees with Mitsubishi Rayon’s Second-Generation Diamana S+ 70 shaft (X, S and R flexes).


TITLEIST 915F and 915Fd




  • 915F (175 cc): Up to 3.5 mph faster than its predecessor. The 915F averaged 200 rpm less spin and 3 yards more carry distance than the 913F in Titleist testing. It launches slightly higher and is slightly higher spinning than the smaller, more workable 915Fd.
  • 915Fd (160 cc): Up to 3.2 mph faster than its predecessor. The 915Fd averaged 150 rpm less spin and 3 yards more carry distance than the 913Fd in Titleist testing. It launches slightly lower with slightly less spin than the 913F.
    The 915 fairway woods ($269) come stock with five different shaft options:
    • Aldila Rogue Black 80
    • Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana D+ White 80
    • Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana S+ Blue 70
    • Mitsubishi Diamana M+ Red 60
    915F Lofts: 13.5, 15, 16.5, 18, 21 (RH and LH)
    915Fd Lofts: 13, 15 (RH and LH) now available in 18, but these are customized, order here. if you would like a personalized Titliest Club.

    The stock length for lofts of 13.5, 15 and 16.5 degrees is 43 inches, the stock length of the 18-degree is 42.5 inches and the stock length for the 21-degree is 42 inches.

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