When it comes to wedges, there’s a lot to consider in terms of head shapes, lofts, sole grinds and bounce angles. It seems there’s a different type of wedge for any function, ranging from wedges built for versatility to models that come with added forgiveness. But really, the overall design of a wedge is just the beginning in terms of how it works. Any given wedge will perform it’s best if and when it’s calibrated not only for your swing type, but also for the types of courses you usually play.
To help, we’ve put together a handful of tips to help make it easier to choose the perfect wedge setup, as well as highlight some additional aspects of wedge buying that perhaps you’ve yet to consider.
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