We're working our way through the golf bag with our recent 'best of' series and now it's the turn of the wedges.
Getting a handle on your short-game and 'dialling in' with greater regularity will be a sure fire way to drive those scores down. A lot of the game of golf is played from 100 yards and in and that's exactly why having the best wedges possible at your disposal is vitally important.
Of course, what's good for each of us may not get the job done for the next golfer, so here's a rundown of some of the best golf wedges you can buy on the market today to help in revamping your golf bag - with a few helpful video reviews thrown in for good measure.
Let's see what we've come up with...
Titelist Vokey SM7
Titelist believe the Vokey SM7 to be a durable wedge which meets the needs of a wide spectrum of golfing abilities, but what will Rick Shiels make of it? Check out his review below:
Callaway Mack Daddy 4
Another choice might appeal to golfers of all abilities is the Callaway Mack Daddy 4 line which seemingly offers more feel and control across its nine different lofts and four sole grinds. Catch up with Mark Crossfield's review to get his 'spin' (pun intended) on this particular wedge option:
If you're looking for a more forgiving wedge choice (who isn't, right) then the Cleveland CBX may well be right up your street. Cleveland say that its cavity back design and wider sole help aid forgiveness - let's see what Chris Ryan has to say about this one:
Wilson Staff PMP
Looking for a wedge on a bit of a lower price point? You could do worse than pumping for the Wilson Staff PMP. If you were wondering, the PMP stands for Precision Milled Performance with better spin on both full and partial shots. Here's Rick Shiels again to give you a more in-depth review:
Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth
The Ping Glide 2.0 stealth makes use of a soft carbon steel construction which helps add feel while their precision-milled faces promise improved control. And the QPQ finish is quite something. Here's Mark Crossfield to put a little extra meat on the bone for us:
The S18 is widely accepted as one of the best wedges that Mizuno has come up with. As an option for your mid-low handicappers it offers improved strength and feel - it's quite a looker too. Rick's back again (third time the charm):
With so many wedge choices on the market (too many for us to include in this showcase) we focused only on the reviews of some of the 'best'. Which wedges are you using in 2018? Have you one eye on an upgrade? Let us know below.
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