StingRay Wedges Help Casual Golfers

Indi Golf Introduces A Square-Groove Tool

Indi Golf, design and manufacturer of high performance golf clubs, introduces new StingRay Wedges featuring unmatched feel and spin. Indi Golf has designed the StingRay wedges so that golfers of any skill level can achieve tour player control and spin rates. “Professional golfers practice eight hours a day and hit over one thousand balls a Read more…

Cleveland CBX Wedge Caters To Cavity Back Players

Easier To Hit With Impressive Spin And Feel

Cleveland Golf establishes a new category of wedges with the announcement of the Cleveland CBX Wedge, a cavity back wedge designed for the 84 percent of golfers who play cavity back irons. They will launch in North America on Sept. 15, 2017. Cleveland Golf is a trailblazer of wedge design, continually innovating short game technologies since 1979. Read more…

Cleveland Announces New Smart Sole Wedges

Cleveland Golf’s third-generation Smart Sole Wedges are available for pre-sale now at participating dealers, and officially launching July 24, 2017. This latest generation of super game improvement wedges features upgraded technologies that can instantly help golfers play better golf. As a leader in the golf wedge industry, Cleveland Golf’s new Smart Sole 3 S and C Read more…

Showcase: Hopkins Golf

New wedges that focus on the perfect grind

When was the last time you thought about the sole grind of your wedges?

Wedge School

The wedge is more complex than we think

Is there any piece of equipment to which we pay less attention?

We Tried It 2010

Fresh New Callaway Sticks

Featuring a radical triangular design (buh-bye square), this driver is dubbed by Callaway as the company’s longest and straightest driver ever.

Showcase: TaylorMade xFT Wedge

An interchangeable wedge face? Hey, why not?

TaylorMade’s most innovative offering for 2010 is the xFT (Exchangeable Face Technology) wedge ($129).

Wedge Secrets

Wear Marks Revealed

Recently, 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.

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