Tested: Bruce Sizemore ‘MORE’ Wedge

May 6, 2016 | 35 Comments

Sizemore’s insanely adjustable wedge

Does it perform?

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Review – Harry Taylor Wedges

May 3, 2016 | 13 Comments

A $99 Premium Wedge

What’s Their Place in the Market?

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Community Review: Renegar RXF Forged Wedges

Nov 16, 2015 | 22 Comments

I don’t know what kind of voodoo is being used, but these Renegar wedges feel perfectly balanced. I can tell where the head and my hands were during practice swings. I’ve used KBS tours in irons and it’s not the same feeling. Honeymoon phase with something new? I don’t know, but man, these things feel great in the hands.

We hope you enjoy reading his take on Renegar’s RxF wedges.

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Callaway Mack Daddy PM Grind Wedge – Is This Even A Good Idea?

Jun 24, 2015 | 47 Comments

And so as I considered this most unconventional wedge, and it’s original target demographic (Phil Mickelson), I started to wonder if this newfound versatility would come at the expense of playability.

Flop shots, bunker shots, pine straw, desert, and nut-deep fescue aside, sooner or later all of us need to hit a full shot from the middle of the fairway.

So when I began evaluating the Callaway Mack Daddy PM Grind wedge from the perspective of the average golfer, I really had a single question:

Is this even a good idea?

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ULTIMATE REVIEW! – Callaway Forged Wedge

Apr 26, 2012 | 294 Comments

For quite a while now the wedge market has been dominated by two names, and yet despite having Roger Cleveland…ROGER FREAKING CLEVELAND designing their wedges, trying to convince somebody that a Callaway wedge actually designed by Roger Cleveland might actually outperform another that simply has his name on it can be an uphill battle. The whole thing is a little absurd, and quite frankly, it makes my face hurt.

The new Forged Wedge is nothing but another very good wedge in what has become a fairly long line of very good Callaway wedges. While I can’t say I love it quite as much as the older, non-conforming, X-Forged wedge (I still have on in my bag), I like it nearly as much, and that’s saying a lot. {Read the Full Review}

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ULTIMATE REVIEW! – Mizuno MP-R12 Wedge

Feb 22, 2012 | 32 Comments

“If there’s a better feeling wedge than the Mizuno MP R-12, I haven’t found it. If there is a better performing wedge, they’re few and far between. For shotmaking versatility, no big golf company can match Mizuno’s wedges. Golf Digest clearly thinks otherwise, but for the majority of our testers, Mizuno’s MP-R12 is without a doubt a gold medal wedge.” {READ REVIEW!}

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ULTIMATE REVIEW! – Cobra Trusty Rusty Wedge

Jan 2, 2012 | 8 Comments

“It’s hard to believe it’s been 20 years since the original Trusty Rusty wedge enjoyed a cult like following among Cobra enthusiasts. Our readers have shared stories reliving their love for the Trusty Rusty, and expressing the regret they feel over parting with it. It’s no wonder that so many were more than a little exicted back in mid-July when we posted pictures of the new Rusty.

This is 2012, however; and tails from yesteryear (or even yore), mean little into today’s technology-driven golf marketplace. So while we can appreciate a certain fondness for an old favorite, we decided to put the new Trusty Rusty to the test and separate nostalgia from performance.” >> {READ REVIEW}

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ULTIMATE REVIEW! – SCOR 4161 Wedges

Nov 10, 2011 | 12 Comments

Based on the results of our performance tests, we believe that Terry Kohler and the team at SCORGolf have not only developed a compelling concept where the short game is concerned, they’ve developed a product that actually delivers as advertised.

“Best point & shoot wedge I’ve hit all season” – MGS Tester, Tim – – -> {READ MORE}

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ULTIMATE REVIEW! – Bridgestone J40 Wedge

Oct 25, 2011 | 9 Comments

“It’s clear Bridgestone Golf is on track to make a big splash for 2012. While they may be a bit more difficult to find on store shelves than some of the other big names in the industry, if you have the opportunity to try out the J40 wedges, or anything else from the new lineup, I can’t suggest enough that you do so.” – – – > {READ REVIEW}

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ULTIMATE REVIEW! – Miura Series 1957 Wedges

Jul 15, 2011 | 8 Comments

“The fact that our testers awarded not 1, but 2 perfect scores (in our most two most heavily weighted subjective categories) is the clearest illustrator of exactly how well the Series 1957 wedges were received.”

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ULTIMATE REVIEW! – Nike VR Pro Wedges

Jul 5, 2011 | 7 Comments

“When we look at the spin numbers for the Nike VR Pro wedges we see some fairly interesting things”….”I personally came away impressed with both the accuracy and consistency of this wedge.” {READ THE REVIEW}

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ULTIMATE REVIEW! – Mizuno MP T-11 Wedge

May 31, 2011 | 36 Comments

“Hands-down…best wedge we have tested in 2011. The scores for the Mizuno MP T-11 wedges were off the charts! How these wedges did not get a gold in Golf Digest’s Hot List is beyond me.”

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ULTIMATE REVIEW! – Callaway X Series Jaws CC Wedges

Apr 14, 2011 | 27 Comments

While it probably won’t get the attention of the Cleveland and Vokey offerings, it’s clear to us that this wedge belongs in any conversation where the best wedges on the market today are being discussed…nearly all of our testers told us they’d seriously consider purchasing the Callaway X Series Jaws CC Wedge

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ULTIMATE REVIEW! – Fourteen Golf MT28 V5 Wedge

Sep 27, 2010 | 14 Comments

  Fourteen MT-28 V5 Wedge – A Classy Wedge W/Clean Lines I’m willing to bet that for many of you out there were first introduced to Fourteen Golf when we[…]

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ULTIMATE REVIEW! – Boccieri Golf Heavy Wedge

Sep 7, 2010 | 6 Comments

I’ve become a big fan of the Heavy Wedge in a relatively short period of time. I’m pleasantly surprised, and now freely admit, that the Heavy Wedge is a legitimate golf club, not a hacker’s crutch. It practically swings itself.

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