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  • Titleist Vokey SM5 TVD-K TVD-M Wedge Review
    Review: Titleist Vokey TVD-M and TVD-K Wedges

    Pros: The TVD-M and TVD-K wedges have narrower soles and less bounce than Vokey’s SM5 wedges to give better golfers more versatility around the greens. And If you’re looking for spin, you can’t do much better than Vokey’s new...

    • Posted 70 days ago
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    Review: Tour Edge Exotics CB Pro S Wedges

    Pros: These soft-feeling 1025 forged wedges sell for just $99 each and create a ton of spin around the greens. Cons: Limited lofts and bounce options available. The stock grinds have high-to-medium bounce angles, which means they’re...

    • Posted 114 days ago
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    Designer Clay Long on TaylorMade’s new Tour Preferred wedges

    Three years ago, Clay Long, who is nothing short of a legend in the club-making industry, began working with TaylorMade on a new wedge project. If you haven’t heard of Clay Long, here’s what you need to...

    • Posted 134 days ago
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  • Vokey SM5 Indigo Wedges
    Vokey to release limited-edition SM5 Indigo wedges

    A limited-edition finish from Vokey puts a totally different spin on the wedge game blues. Starting July 16, golfers will be able to order certain Vokey SM5 wedges with the company’s Indigo PVD finish. Die-hard Vokey fans...

    • Posted 134 days ago
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    Review: Edel Wedges

    Pros: Edel wedges are offered in eight different grinds. Whether your swing is steep, shallow or in between, Edel has a sole to match it. The center of gravity on each wedge is located closer to the toe...

    • Posted 137 days ago
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  • Callaway Mack Daddy 2 Tour Grind wedges
    Callaway to release “Tour Grind” Mack Daddy 2 Wedges

    Callaway has announced the release of its Mack Daddy 2 “Tour Grind” wedges, which have tour-validated C-Grind sole designs, as well as straighter leading edges and higher-peaked toes than the company’s original Mack Daddy 2 wedge models....

    • Posted 172 days ago
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  • Nike VR X3X Toe Sweep and Dual Wide Wedge Review
    Review: Nike VR X3X Dual Wide and Toe Sweep Wedges

    Pros: Beautiful satin finish, 8620 carbon steel, and a two cool, new grinds that are serious contenders on the wedge front for pros and amateur alike. Cons: Toe sweep version can cause issues for steeper swings. Bottom...

    • Posted 192 days ago
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  • Titleist Vokey TVD-K and TVD-M wedges 2014
    Vokey to launch new line of TVD wedges

    In March, Titleist launched its much-anticipated Vokey SM5 wedges, which offer golfers more spin through their new Spin Milled TX3 grooves, as well 21 different loft, bounce and grind combinations. The SM5’s will cover the needs of...

    • Posted 206 days ago
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    Tour Edge Exotics launches CB PROs Forged Wedges

    Tour Edge Exotics has announced the release of its first forged wedges, the CB PROs. The wedges are forged from 1025 carbon steel, and have what the company calls “Mongo Grooves,” which are layered with 28 micro...

    • Posted 211 days ago
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    Review: Titleist Vokey SM5 Wedges

    Pros: Vokey leads the way with 21 different loft, bounce and grind combinations, three different finishes and personalization programs that allows golfers to create a wedge that suits their games and personalities. The new specialized TX3 grooves add...

    • Posted 241 days ago
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    How to create your own custom-stamped wedges

    Like so many other readers here on GolfWRX, I eagerly look forward to PGA Tour WITB photos each week. One of the most interesting aspects of Tour bags for me (and especially at the Waste Management Open)...

    • Posted 289 days ago
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    Review: Cobra Tour Trusty Wedges

    Pros: The wedges have an high-friction face design, aggressive grooves and a versatile Tour Notch K-grind. Available in lofts of 62 and 64 degrees, if that’s your thing. Cons: Not as many bounce options as market share...

    • Posted 290 days ago
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    Titleist Vokey SM5 Wedges

    Titleist’s new Vokey SM5 wedges offer golfers more tour-preferred grind and bounce options, as well as more spin from their larger third-generation Spin Milled grooves. The new “TX3″ grooves have a 7-percent larger groove volume in two...

    • Posted 304 days ago
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    Vokey Releases Limited Edition Indigo 452 Wedges

    Vokey’s WedgeWorks is back to blue with its release of its limited-edition Vokey Spin Milled 452 Indigo wedges. The lustrous clubs were released this month, but precedent says they will sell out quickly. The 400 series shape...

    • Posted 344 days ago
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  • Cobra Tour Trusty Wedges
    Cobra changes the odds with its new Tour Trusty wedges

    In May, Cobra unveiled its Tour Trusty wedge with a limited release that allowed golfers to buy the tour-inspired wedge five months early. As it turns out, those who bought one of the 1600 limited-edition wedges have a rarer...

    • Posted 428 days ago
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    Miura K Grind Wedges: Editor Review

    Pros: The “knuckles” on the back of Miura’s K Grind wedge makes them some of the coolest looking wedges on the market. Like all Miura wedges, they’re hand ground from carbon steel, and the K Grind seems to...

    • Posted 450 days ago
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    SCOR Golf: Editor Review

    The first thing that you notice about SCOR Golf is that these folks are serious about doing something different with what they call the “scoring clubs” (traditionally known as wedges). Terry Koehler, the founder, club designer and...

    • Posted 457 days ago
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    Vokey Hand Ground Wedges: Editor Review

    Pros: Hand Ground wedges are made by the same craftsmen who create wedges for tour players. It’s one of the few custom wedge programs that allows consumers to select their favorite grind and tweak it to their preference....

    • Posted 473 days ago
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  • Callaway Mack Daddy 2 Wedges Designed by Roger Cleveland
    Editor Review: Callaway Mack Daddy 2 Wedges

    Pros: The Mack Daddy 2 wedges feature a compact, forged head with some of the highest-spinning grooves we’ve tested. With three different grinds available for the 58- and 60-degree wedges in two different finishes, the line supplies...

    • Posted 490 days ago
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    Cleveland Golf 588 RTX Wedges: Editor Review

    Pros: Rotex face technology isn’t marketing mumbo jumbo. The spin and stopping power, particularly on shorter shots and shots played with an open face around the green, is exceptional. Cons: Although the S grind is versatile, it wouldn’t hurt...

    • Posted 576 days ago
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  • Fourteen Wedges Editor Review
    Fourteen Golf Wedges: Editor Review

    Pros: Fourteen wedges have a classic, clean shape, and come in some of the prettiest finishes we’ve seen. They have a super soft forged feel and create lots of check on short shots. Cons: They’re pricey (about $185...

    • Posted 576 days ago
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    Titleist Vokey SM4 Wedges: Editor Review

    Pros: Vokey Spin Milled SM4 wedges offer a large variety of off-the-shelf lofts ranging from 46 to 64 degrees in two-degree increments, with as many as three different sole grinds for each model. On Vokey’s WedgeWorks website,...

    • Posted 595 days ago
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    Best Wedges 2013: Editors’ Choice

    Contrary to popular belief, the best wedges aren’t the ones that spin the most. According to legendary wedge designer Bob Vokey, the most important part of finding the right wedge is finding the right sole configuration, which can be the...

    • Posted 595 days ago
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    Editor Review: Miura’s New Wedge Series

    I’ve been playing the Miura 1957 Series Y and K wedges for the last year and a half. Although I’ve loved the playability and feel of them, I’d pretty much worn out the grooves, so it was...

    • Posted 680 days ago
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    Mizuno MP-T4 Wedges Review

    Pros: With input from the one of the games most precise wedge players, Luke Donald, Mizuno has designed a tear-shaped wedge from 1025E “pure select” mild carbon steel — and incorporated its patented Quad Cut Grooves. The results...

    • Posted 751 days ago
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    Cleveland 588 Wedges: Editor Review

                Pros: Great feel and a great shape from address. Cons: The graphics are very busy on the back of the wedge and grip. Overall: The 588 Forged Wedges have a great look that can...

    • Posted 850 days ago
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    Renegar RX12 Wedge Review

    by marrigo Pros: The super cool looking sole lowers the leading edge while maintaining bounce, making for an exceptionally playable wedge from all sorts of lies. Surprisingly high spin for a cc wedge. The black head with...

    • Posted 925 days ago
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    Mizuno MP Wedge

    2012 GolfWRX Community Choice Award Winner Expanding upon the legendary MP line of forged wedges, Mizuno introduces the MP R-12TM Series, featuring a more rounded, player preferred head shape, Mizuno’s exclusive Quad Cut Grooves, and loft specific...

    • Posted 935 days ago
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    Ping Tour-S Wedge

    Top five winner of the 2012 GolfWRX community choice awards

    • Posted 935 days ago
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