Fourteen may not be a household name in the US, but that hasn’t stopped them from bringing innovative design to their expertly crafted wedges. Find out more in this review.
What’s new about Cleveland’s 588 RTX 2.0 wedge line up? Everything from the face to the sole to unprecedented fitting opportunities. Get all the details in this review.
Is Wilson Staff on your short list for wedges? With plenty of customization options and excellent performance, it should be. Check out Matt’s review of their latest, the FG Tour TC wedge.
Titleist Vokey wedges are always one of the top wedges in golf, and the new SM5 aims to keep up the tradition. Read Plugged In Golf’s review here to find out what Bill thinks of the latest Vokey wedges.
What happens when you take one of the most popular wedges and add a super-versatile sole grind? You have a wedge so good, even staffers from other OEMs put it in the bag. Get the full story on Callaway’s Mack Daddy 2 Tour Grind wedge here.
Have you heard of Vega Golf and their forged wedges yet? If not, you should read Bill’s review of the Vega VW-08 wedgeand find out what you’re missing out on.
Nike’s latest wedges go beyond your standard wedge release by offering one of the most extreme sole grinds ever seen in an OEM wedge.
SCOR Golf wants you to throw out your 9 iron and all your wedges. Crazy, right? Except that it isn’t. Check out Matt’s review to see why SCOR Golf is the secret to lower scores.
Miura has built a reverent following by delivering otherworldly feel and quality. With the K-Grind Wedge, they up the ante by adding a sole grind that truly adds to the wedge’s versatility.
Titleist has spent the last couple years trying to build Vokey Wedgeworks into the Scotty Cameron Custom Shop of the wedge world. This year, with their TVD line, Wedgeworks has really gained momentum. I picked up a 56° Vokey TVD-K in Graphite Ion finish to see what all the fuss was about.