Fairway woods are often described as 'game savers'. On long 4s, these useful clubs allow the average golfer to 'get home' in two shots with an excellent chance at par or birdie. A basic 'long club' swing is used with only the position of the ball being slightly different.
Avoid leaning back and trying to 'scoop' the ball. Take back the fairway wood low and slow. Play the ball 2 inches inside the left heel.
Relax the forearms and shoulders. A low take-back will help you sweep the ball for the turf.
Hit slightly down into the ball and let the loft of the club get the ball airborne.
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