2009 Wedges Buyer's Guide
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|Callaway X-Forged |
Key Feature: With a tighter heel-toe radius and unique C-Grind sole, the X-Forged is designed to help golfers become short-game wizards. Any shot is possible with these wedges.
What We Like: The sole is beveled to allow golfers to play closed- or open-faced shots with ease (even us). The forged feel is tough to beat.
Who It’s For: Moderate to better players who want shotshaping abilities.
Specs: Comes in nine lofts (48°, 50°, 52°, 54°, 56°, 58°, 60°, 62°, 64°) with a Callaway steel shaft. callawaygolf.com | $109
|Callaway X-Tour |
Key Feature: Forged carbon-steel construction, special PM (Phil Mickelson) grind and “Mack Daddy” grooves complement the head shape.
What We Like: Carbon-steel construction provides exceptional feel, while the sole grind and unique groove design make the X-Tour extremely versatile, particularly for better players.
Who It’s For: Better players who like to execute a variety of shots.
Specs: Comes in six lofts (50°, 52°, 54°, 56°, 58°, 60°) with a variety of bounce options and a Callaway steel shaft. callawaygolf.com | $135-$150
|Cleveland CG12 DSG |
Key Feature: This wedge combines the Zip Groove technology of the CG12 and CG14 wedge with a Dynamic Sole Grind (DSG) feature that enables golfers to play open-faced shots without the leading edge coming up too high off the ground.
What We Like: Everything we just said! We also like the RTG finish that rusts over time for more feel and control.
Who It’s For: Players who need more versatility and like to hit finesse shots.
Specs: Comes in six lofts (52°, 54°, 56°, 58°, 60°, 64°) and many shaft options. clevelandgolf.com | $109
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