Is there anything new in the Vokey SM6 wedges? Quite a lot actually, as Tommy O’Connell explains in this review.
If you need to put new wedges in the bag for 2016, Callaway’s MD3 line is a worthy choice. Choose the right sole and you’ll be knocking it close.
Mizuno’s new S5 wedge has received very little notice in the golf press. Is this oversight deserved or is the S5 an overlooked winner?
If you have trouble with bunkers, but refuse to sacrifice versatility, the PING Glide ES wedge is for you. It adds the revered Eye Sole to PING’s best wedges ever.
If bunkers make you queasy and chips give you the yips, you need to read this review of the new Cleveland Smart Sole 2.0 wedges. You can thank me later.
Woods, McIlroy, Wie…and YOU? Take a look at the new Nike Engage wedges and see if it will help get you to that next level.
Want to play flop shots like Phil? Try using the wedge he helped to design, the Callaway Mack Daddy PM Grind.
Sick of inconsistent distance gaps and hard-to-control trajectory from your wedges? Check out the new Ben Hogan TK 15 wedges.
“Best wedges ever” is a bold claim, but it’s one that Matt is prepared to defend. In this review, find out why Edel wedges are firmly in his bag.
Most new wedges come with one upgrade – new grooves or a new sole, perhaps. The new PING Glide wedges come with three. Get all the details in this review.