Fairway woods(Sport: Golf)
Woods (most often made of metal now) that are meant primarily for use off the ground instead of off a tee. The three-, five-, and seven woods are good examples. All have smaller heads than a drive, and have weight concentrated in the bottom of the club to help get the ball airborne off the fairway or out of the rough. These clubs are used when a golfer is too far from the green to reach it with an iron.