In1Zone Single Length Fairway Woods - Custom Made to Order – Single Length Golf
In1Zone Single Length Fairway Woods - Sole
In1Zone Single Length Fairway Woods - Address / Crown
In1Zone Single Length Fairway Woods - Face
In1Zone Single Length Fairway Woods - Toe

In1Zone Single Length Fairway Woods - Custom Made to Order

Please allow 10-15 business days for assembly before order is shipped.

Regular price $49.00

The In1Zone Fairway Woods are designed to complement the In1Zone Single Length Irons and carry on the single length theme and mindset of one length/one swing to the fairway woods. All of these woods are made to the length of a typical 5 wood (42"), and therefore they all feel and swing exactly the same. Just like with the single length irons your ball position stays the same, your stance stays the same, and your swing place stays the same, no matter which wood you are hitting. 

The center of gravity in these woods is positioned low and far away from the face, which makes them more forgiving on off-center hits and also increases launch angle with reduced spin to maximize distance. And the 153cc average size will appeal to golfers who prefer the look of a more traditional sized head. 

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James Armstrong
I think I like it

Still trying to get use to my new 3wood and until I can get the most out of it then I will be more comfortable with my feed back. Was hoping for more distance but it's work. Will probably buy more to fit my need. Thanks.

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Willie Smith
Magnificent

Excellent clubs. Very easy to hit

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Joe Anaya
Great woods

The clubs I received are great and the service was also grewt I received my clubs in 8 days

I will be ordering the irons soon

Thank you

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David Willoughby
Good clubs

Tend to cut even premium balls but other then that real good clubs I hit them much straighter and has a good ball flight

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ricky Illigasch
Fairway woods

They are great , love the feel and can’t wait to get on the course

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
100%
(6)
0%
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James Armstrong
I think I like it

Still trying to get use to my new 3wood and until I can get the most out of it then I will be more comfortable with my feed back. Was hoping for more distance but it's work. Will probably buy more to fit my need. Thanks.

W
Willie Smith
Magnificent

Excellent clubs. Very easy to hit

J
Joe Anaya
Great woods

The clubs I received are great and the service was also grewt I received my clubs in 8 days

I will be ordering the irons soon

Thank you

D
David Willoughby
Good clubs

Tend to cut even premium balls but other then that real good clubs I hit them much straighter and has a good ball flight

r
ricky Illigasch
Fairway woods

They are great , love the feel and can’t wait to get on the course


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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • What is the flex of the shaft? Do you have options? What is the length of your standard shaft? Do you use graphite shafts?

    You can customize the clubs however you want - shafts, flex, length, grip type, and size. Once you select the club(s) you want in the first drop-down menu it will show you the different shaft options and prices.

  • Could you please make left hand woods. Just bought set of left hand single length irons. I would buy single length left hand woods!!!

    I have some great news, we should have some left-handed single length woods within the next few months! Not this brand, but the Wishon EQ1-NX single length woods will be available in left hand hopefully by the fall.

  • I am interested in ordering an In1Zone driver and a 3 wood. I am 6’2”, in my 70’s, with a serious back problem. My present driver @ 45” & 3 wood @ 42” hurts My back when I swing. so I really need a shorter 3 wood and driver. Can In1Zone make those two clubs 40 or 41 inches, add The necessary gram weight, & make them effective, like matching single length club performance .

    We can't go that short with them and still retain a reasonable swingweight. The heads weigh 220g which is the proper weight for a 42" length, and we can only add up to 10g in the hosel using a tip-weight since the weight at the back of the clubs is not adjustable. So at a weight of 230g, the proper length would be 41" long. If you go any shorter than that the swing weight will be extremely light, and the other thing to keep in mind is you will lose a considerable amount of clubhead speed with a driver at 40" compared to 42" and that will cause your ball flight to be extremely low and you'll likely see a loss in distance of 15-20 yards (you'll usually lose 8-10 yards -1" length, unless you go up in loft to compensate for the shorter length).

  • Could you bend them to 63.5 degree lie angle? What’s the bulge and roll measurement? Also do you spine aline them?

    The hosels on these woods are not long enough to be bent. And even if they could be bent, the most you can bend a fairway wood (which is made of hard stainless steel rather than soft titanium like a driver) is 2° which would give you a lie of about 62°. And unfortunatley I don't have the bulge & roll numbers for this head, that's not a spec that most manufacturers publish for fairway woods (most don't even list is for drivers). As for spine alignement, yes we can spine align the woods at no extra charge. You would just need to include a note with the order on the shopping cart page requesting spine alignemnt to be done.

  • i use cobra 0ne length f-max with superlite 60 mid flex point shaft i need a 5 and 7 wood what do you recommend?

    I would personally recommend going with the Pinhawk fairway woods, those are the better of the two woods that we offer in my opinion. As for a shaft, I would need to know what flex you play since the options vary depending on the flex.

  • Do you sell additional or different weights for the In1Zone fairway woods? Or are there some “standard” weights that can be used. I’m not sure of the weight that is standard, but most likely, I would like the option to swap out to see the effect on forgiveness and/or height.

    There is a weight at the back of the club, but it is not adustable/swappable. The weight is just used to position as much weight as possible low and far back from the clubface to increase forgiveness and help with launch angle & spin.