Fairleads often correspond to woods 3, 5 and 7, although some manufacturers go up to No.9.
As for drivers, there are different opening angles depending on the club.
Heads of the woods
Wood with a wooden head was considered the most difficult to handle and maintain.
The arrival of steel has increased the durability of these clubs, but the heads have remained small and heavy. The steel has been refined to have bigger heads (simplifies the striking), but of the same weight.
Finally, titanium appeared. Lighter, sturdier wood heads, bigger by almost 1/3, extremely thin rim that makes strokes easier.
What angle of opening ?
A No.3 wood has an opening angle of 15°, but some manufacturers sell versions at 13, 14 or even 16°.
On the other hand, a club for an intermediate level to see expert, one will have an angle of 13 or 14°, to gain in speed of head of club and in height of trajectory
For woods No.5 and No.7, the differences in opening angles are not so great, as it is the most novice golfers who take these clubs. As there are long irons and hybrids, there is very little selling of No.5 and No.7 wood.
What distance of course ?
Depending on the experience you have with a fairway, the distance can vary from several 10 meters!
It is therefore important to start a new hole with a good start to the fairway.