Known as the most versatile club in the bag, the golf wedge is a bona fide score saver. But how do you choose a wedge golf club that's right for you? Check out the articles below.
Tuesday, May 1, 2007
Wedges Buyer's Guide 2007
Known as the most versatile club in the bag, the wedge is a bona fide score saverThere’s a reason why the distance from within 100 yards is called the scoring zone. It’s the “make it or break it” area, where a great wedge shot can redeem a bad drive or poor approach to the green. Any miscue from this zone is considered an unforced error that should have been avoided (especially from the fairway). So, what’s that mean? Choosing the right wedges can be the difference between one or more strokes on any given hole! To start, it’s important to find a wedge that matches your needs, and luckily, if you’re in the market for game-improvement models, ’07 is chockfull of new choices.
Thursday, February 1, 2007
Wear Marks RevealedRecently, one of my students came to me with a curious question. “Doc,” he said, “why do I hit it off the toe with my wedges, but not with other clubs?” We were on the practice tee, so I had him take out his wedge (pictured) and show it to me. He was right. He’d been hitting it off the toe so much that the clubface had started to wear down.
Friday, December 1, 2006
Wedges Buyer's Guide 2006
If your equipment had superheros, the wedges would be Clark Kent. At first glance, they’re nothing special. But when you’re in trouble, your wedges become Superman, helping you out of tough situations. Today’s models are true life-savers, and they don’t need a telephone booth.