Wedges

Cleveland CG15 Wedge

CG15 Side I had never owned a gap wedge before, but knew I needed to purchase one when to complete my new set since the “gap” between sand and PW has been tricky for me. As I did for my Cobra Trusty Rusty sand wedge. Read More... Check Out the Full Review Here
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Rating: 3.7/5 (3 votes cast)

Cobra Trusty Rusty 55-degree Wedge

Trusty Rusty I enjoy, and have gotten fairly skilled at, hitting the flop-shot. I’ve been told previously that a 60-degree wedge is not usually recommended for players of higher handicaps, since they can be harder to control with such an open face. Read More...Check Out the Full Review Here
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Rating: 4.0/5 (5 votes cast)

Henry Griffitts Custom Grind Wedges0

Average Guy Golf was lucky to have such a great and well respected in the industry company send us some of their Custom Grind Wedges to review; I was looking forward to testing these clubs more than anything I can remember in the last few months. I have heard great things about the wedges, and while I've hit probably every wedge on the market, I have yet to upgrade my wedges so I was hoping these wedges would take my game to the next level. Before I get into the review, I just wanted to share a little story about the first rounds I played with them. It was a cool wet day, so instead of going to the range with these I went straight to the course as my home course was wide open and I could play and hit multiple shots from different areas with the clubs. On the first hole, I pulled an 8 iron on my approach to about 7 feet off the green, so I pulled out the Henry Griffitts 56 Wedge with a 14 bounce and put it back in my stance to hit a little bump and run. Low and Behold I sank the chip, the first contact that wedge made with a ball was a chip-in for birdie from the green side rough; my second round with these clubs I fired a 77, my first round every in the 70's, so you can imagine my opinion on these wedges already. Read More...Check Out the Full Review Here
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Rating: 3.0/5 (2 votes cast)

MaxFli – Revolution Wedge 56 Degree

maxfli I recently read about a new line of MaxFli Revolution wedges that were affordable. After doing some research I found that Dick's Sporting Goods and Golf Galaxy are the only sellers of MaxFli golf clubs, and I happened to be in a new Dick's Sporting Goods that opened by my house the other day. Read More...Check Out the Full Review Here
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Rating: 4.0/5 (2 votes cast)

SCOR Golf – SCOR4161′s0

tn-v-sole Have you ever noticed over time drivers have become larger, 3 Irons have turned into a hybrid and even putters have become spaceship looking large mallets; but what is the one constant? Wedges. SCOR golf asked the question why should your wedge look like your 6 Iron when you want two totally different shots out of the two clubs? What they came up with is an award winning set of “Scoring Irons” that will improve the game of everyone from a scratch golfer to someone struggling to break 100. At SCOR golf they do not say their wedges will help your short game, they say SCOR golf will help your SCORING range. They believe from your 9 iron down are scoring range clubs and the technology behind these clubs should be different than your mid to long irons. What came out of this philosophy was an incredible line of clubs called the SCOR 4161; these clubs will improve your scoring range game and lower your handicap, guaranteed. Read More...Check Out the Full Review Here
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Rating: 4.3/5 (6 votes cast)