Figuring out the perfect golf wedge for you is crucial to improving your game from 100 yards and in. You need one that's versatile, good at full shots but also pitches or bunker balls; maybe even delicate chips. There are many different types of wedges on offer so it can be difficult deciding which type will work best depending on where exactly we want our clubface aimpoint.
Here’s a list of the useful, handy, and best golf wedges,
The SM8 wedges from Vokey have been a real game-changer for us. Not only do they provide more consistent direction and distance, but you can still feel the solidity of these clubs without sacrificing any versatility or quality when it comes to spin control.
The Jaws MD5 wedges are constructed from 8620 mild carbon steel and the Centre of Gravity (CG) has been precisely placed to create a soft, crisp feel.
Ping's new Glide 3.0 wedges are designed with a tag line of "modern tradition" in order to bridge the gap between classic looks and up-to-date performance.
The TW Grind is the perfect club for all you left-handed golfers out there. It generates enough backspin on approach shots to rip it right back, just like Tiger.
Despite its diminutive size and low price, the ES21 is capable of surprising performance thanks to Mizuno’s patented technologies.
The CBX Full-Face wedge is a perfect disc for those open-faced shots. With its easy design, you'll be able to take on your friends and impress them with every booming throw.
The latest research by Cobra has shown that their new Snakebite groove design is more impressive than ever. This innovative, high-speed cutting method allowed designers to tighten the tolerances and sharpen edges for maximum zip in all of your signature moves.
All of these wedges are the best of the best, used by golf players to enhance their game and make them shoot the ball with a swift motion. This list can be useful for anyone, from beginners to professional golf players making it easy to decide.