Recently, it seems that many people are not good at fairway wood (FW). If you look at the swing of such a person, you can see that they are making a big mistake. That is, I think that “FW slides the entire sole and hits it.” Certainly, in the Persimmon era, it was the mainstream to stick a wide and horizontal sole to the ground and hit it to slide. However, the FW at this time is designed so that the sole on the back face side is raised so that the loft stands up, and the ground contact area of the sole at impact is about the same as the sole width of the iron (photo). Mostly.