The PING Glide 3.0 wedge has it all: high spin, forgiveness, great looks, and the ability to choose the right sole for your swing. Learn more in this review.
If you play cavity back irons, shouldn’t you be playing cavity back wedges? The Cleveland CBX 2 wedge makes the case that you should.
Need maximum short game spin but also wants your equipment to be USGA conforming? Check out the Indi Golf Stingray TT wedge.
Seeking a wedge that’s versatile, customizable, but doesn’t break the bank? Check out the Sub 70 Forged Wedge.
New Level Golf’s first wedge offering is the M-Type, a forged, CNC-milled wedge. Can it compete with the biggest names in the short game? Find out here.
Whether you’re a flop shot artist or someone who prefers more traditional short game shots, the TaylorMade HI-TOE wedges can offer strong performance.
The PING Glide Forged wedge pairs a versatile sole design with incredibly soft feel. If you haven’t tried a PING wedge lately, check out this review.
Cleveland Golf took feedback from their PGA Tour staff and incorporated it into the new, tour authentic RTX-4 wedge. Will it fit your game? Find out here.
Ben Hogan Golf is back (again) with the Equalizer wedge. Can the unique design bring your short game closer to The Hawk’s?
The TaylorMade Milled Grind wedge seeks to make hand ground soles a thing of the past. Why? Greater consistency. Learn more here.