Golf Magazine recently rated the Cleveland Halo as the best of the utility woods.
Cleveland says that it offers an extra large sweet spot and a high moment of inertia for increased stability and forgiveness at impact. Its sole design and low, deep center of gravity make it extremely versatile for shots from the fairway, rough or tee.
No one should have a three or four iron in their bag anymore. These utilitiy woods are so easy to hit, even the pros are turning to them. Plus, I’ve found them incredibly useful for chipping and pitching.