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Adjust your setup and swing for better bunker shots
The easiest shot in golf should be a greenside bunker shot. I say that because golfers can be much less exacting from the sand than other lies. A bunker shot can be hit anywhere from 0.5 inches...
- Posted 5 days ago
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 34 days ago
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 35 days ago
Show Stoppers: Day 2 of the PGA Merchandise Show
The GolfWRX team is live from this year’s PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Fla. The “Show Stoppers” segment will highlight our favorite clubs, gear, and training aids at the show. At the PGA Merchandise Show, golf companies...
- Posted 47 days ago
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 49 days ago
Cleveland Golf sues Callaway over use of ‘Roger Cleveland’ name
Cleveland Golf Company, Inc. and Dunlop Sports Co. Ltd. filed a trademark infringement, unfair competition and trademark dilution against Callaway Golf Company for imprinting the name “Roger Cleveland” on its Mack Daddy 2 wedges. In 1990, Roger...
- Posted 131 days ago
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 173 days ago
Want to be fit for wedges by Bob Vokey?
In June, Titleist opened its Vokey Tour Department to the public with its Hand Ground program, which allows consumers to order custom wedges that are handmade by the same craftsman who create wedges for tour players. If...
- Posted 173 days ago
Understand your wedge data to find the “magic yardage”
Being a good wedge player can really help golfers lower their scores in an instant. Wedge shots from inside 100 yards from the fairway are a safe zone, the place where golfers lay up on a par...
- Posted 189 days ago
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 194 days ago
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 201 days ago
Scratch Golf returns to its roots, opens Detroit-area fitting studio
It’s not what you’d expect from a small golf equipment company, a storefront-fitting center in Metro Detroit that showcases Scratch Golf’s wedges, irons, putters and accessories. But Scratch has never been the average small golf equipment company,...
- Posted 207 days ago
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 217 days ago
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 235 days ago
Miura adds options for lefties
Lefties rejoice! Miura Golf has expanded its lineup of left-handed clubs to include the new Limited Forged Black Blade Irons and Black Wedges. The flat-black finish is designed to produce no glare while still maintaining the appropriate...
- Posted 243 days ago
Want a custom wedge? Cleveland, Vokey and Hopkins have you covered
If you’re the type of grinder who likes to work on wedges as much in your garage as you do on the course, three wedge companies have websites that allow you to custom build your wedges, saving...
- Posted 244 days ago
Custom wedge company Hopkins Golf opens it doors
For most amateur golfers, the ultimate goal is to play like a pro and shoot as close to par as possible. Most will never get there, but players can now customize their clubs like tour pros at...
- Posted 258 days ago
Grab that net and catch that beautiful butterfly, pal!
If you look through the Tour photos that are on GolfWRX every week, you may notice that more often than not, players have added a little flair to their golf golf clubs. Whether it is in the...
- Posted 278 days ago
Vokey opens its Tour Department to the public
Call it WedgeWorks on steroids. Titleist has announced that the custom wedge grinding services it offers to its tour players will be available to the public starting June 19. Titleist calls the program “WedgeWorks Hand Ground,” and it...
- Posted 286 days ago