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Regardless of your handicap, the majority of your strokes on the golf course come from inside 100 yards.
The easiest and fastest way to reduce your handicap is to tighten in your proximity to the hole with your wedges.
The best wedges for high handicappers and beginners we’ve found for the 2022 season are the Cleveland CBX Zip Core wedges.
One of the fastest ways to lower your scores consistently is by gaining expertise and confidence with wedges in your hands. Our favorite wedges for mid handicappers in the 2023 season are the Titleist Vokey SM9s.
The Wedges You Should Play if You’re Not on Tour.
Without a doubt, the sand wedge is one of the most important clubs in everyone’s golf bag. The best sand wedges allow you to hit bunker shots with more confidence and provide distance control and spin control on full shots all the way to shots right around the greens.
Choosing the proper lob wedge to round out your golf bag should lower your scores and make “short game” a part of golf you relish in. Tom Kite was the first PGA professional to implement the use of a 60 degree wedge back in 1981, the same year he topped the money list.
The Honma name might be associated with a high price tag, but the Honma T//World W21 Wedges should be associated with high performance. If more spin is on your list of needs, these wedges bring the RPMs.
The Callaway JAWS Full Toe Raw Face Chrome wedges are different, but in a good way. Their shape inspires creativity and confidence. The grooves spin the ball for maximum control, while the full face of grooves allows for anywhere on the face contact.
A version of JP Wedges has been in my bag for the last 8 seasons, these however are the best model yet. You will not find a more pure feeling or precise hitting wedge.
Popular Wedge Reviews
The Cleveland CBX 2 wedge was designed from top to bottom for forgiveness and spin, ideal for the golfer that is playing cavity back irons.
Review: Ping Tour Wedges (w/gorge grooves) Bomb and “Gorge” In the last couple years there has been a way of playing golf called “bomb and
Review: JP Wedges by Titleist The Best Wedges Made & the Best Wedges for You Golfers are regularly wondering if they have the best clubs
Review: Cobra Tour Trusty Wedges The Pros Know Wedges Every time I have ever been to a tour event the most impressive part to watch
Review: Cleveland CG15 Wedges The Year of the Wedge Cleveland has named 2010 the year of the wedge because this is the last year that
Review: Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 Wedges Rotex on the Remix Cleveland continues to push forward with the 588 moniker which I believe is an excellent
Review: Cleveland RTX 588 Wedge Combining some of Cleveland’s bests for the new RTX Over the years Cleveland has been known for their wedges. The