Wedge Reviews

Wedge Reviews

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...

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,...

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...

The first thing that you notice about SCOR Golf is that these folks are serious about doing something different with what they call the...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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”...

            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...

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....

Cleveland Golf, the winners of more than 335 PGA Tour championships, including 26 majors, is extremely pleased to introduce the new 588® Forged wedge....

Overview Here are the descriptions of the six different special Tour grinds. They are the ones painted with the different colors and with the different...

Editor Review by golfware Introduction: Just a little about myself. Age: 40 (yeah, that’s right) Handicap: 6 handicap, play several times a week (9 holes during the week...

The GolfWRX Editors' Choice Awards recognize the very best in gear. We tested, fitted and debated to develop the list in lieu of spending...

GolfWRX Editor Review by jones137 First thanks to GolfWRX and Ping for the chance to test these outstanding wedges! I was given the 54* and...

By: GolfWRX Review Panel: Kevin "tpariff" Thanks to WRX and Nike Golf for providing the opportunity to test these new wedges. Before we get into...

While Wilson Staff might not be in the top 5 largest golf companies, their irons have won more Majors (61) than any other manufacturer....

The MP-14, MP-29, MP-33, MP-32; all classics and hall-of-famers for better player irons. The recent MP-62? Another staggeringly good iron so what expectations do...

Already a major winner, the S-56 irons and the Tour-S wedges are the better player's clubs in the current Ping line up. The fourth...

With the announcement of the new conforming grooves, many average golfers seem to have forgotten the fact that they can play the old style...

It could be argued that there are irons and there are Mizuno irons. No other manufacturer has had quite the success and pedigree that...