Costco Kirkland Signature Wedges Version 2 
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Costco Kirkland Signature Wedges Version 2 

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Costco Kirkland Signature Wedges Version 2 

Credit to Golf.com’s Ryan Barath for spotting this on the USGA’s conforming list. It appears that Version 2 of the Costco Kirkland Signature wedge is on the way. 

The same remains true for the yet-to-be-launched Kirkland Signature Irons

It could be an exciting summer for fans of Costco golf equipment.  

What a world. 

Costco is sold out of its original Signature wedges (though a few sets are still available on Amazon) and the only wedges it has in inventory are the member-only exclusive Bettinardi HLX 3.0s. Given the uproar over the putters, it’s a safe bet the wedges were obtained outside of Bettinardi’s normal and approved distribution channels. 

Kirkland Signature Wedges Version 2 – Sets?  

Our assumption is that the new Kirkland Signature wedge Version 2 will also be sold as a three-piece set. While I’m not a fan of that approach, the typical Kirkland customer is likely to be a bit more concerned with price than maximizing performance and versatility. 

It’s certainly not like Costco offers golf club fitting services so there’s arguably not much practical value in offering variety. 

Based on the USGA photos, I think we can expect a basic no-frills sole that will do a decent enough job, given the one-size-fits-all approach. 

Kirkland Signature Wedge Version 2 Pricing 

The original Costco Kirkland three-piece wedge set sold for $170. That’s basically 3-for-1 by today’s standards. The price could tick up a bit but I expect the new wedges will fall below $200. Again, low price is, by and large, the point. 

We won’t know until we know but we don’t expect a Kirkland Signature wedge will be among the top performers on the market. The original finished a distant 17th in Most Wanted testing. Frankly, that’s a lot of ground to make up, even if the value proposition is inarguable. 

We don’t have a release date for the Costco Kirkland Signature wedges Version 2 but, given that we’re rolling into the meaty part of the golf equipment buying season, it makes sense to get them on shelves as soon as possible. 

More information as it becomes available. 

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      Nick B.

      11 months ago

      Kirkland Gen 2 Wedges went live yesterday on Costco.com.

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      Simon

      11 months ago

      People seem to review these with Vokeys, using a ProV1 as the control ball, or review the KSig ball against the ProV1, using the Vokey as the control club, but I haven’t seen a review of someone comparing a KSig wedge and ball combo (most likely of combo’s for someone who plays their wedges) vs a Vokey and ProV1 combo (most likely a low handicapper… maybe MGS can do such a thing when the new versions are dropped at Costcoi?

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      Jeff

      12 months ago

      Know a few range rats who sport the K Sig wedges for practice and save their high end gamers for the course.

      Reply

      Scott

      12 months ago

      Golf in full swing and costco is picking their noses and eating it! And still no left handed wedges or putters
      Goofs

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      Nemo

      12 months ago

      This is not the case in Canada. There’s LH wedges and putters. I accidentally bought a LH putter.

      Jack M.

      12 months ago

      Left handed putters currently available online

      Tom Fullerton

      12 months ago

      Umpteen sets of the wedges in the UK. Saw lots at Costco Edinburgh yesterday if you fancy a trip😁🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

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      James grant

      12 months ago

      Keep me informed, please

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      Jim P.

      12 months ago

      I don’t play any Costco golf equipment (used to play the ball), but the value proposition is inarguable for a lot of golfers. Despite not finishing at or near the top of any performance characteristic, many golfers don’t perceive the difference between the best gear and the worst to be significant enough to justify the price difference. Taking wedges as an example, I know for a fact that over hundreds of rounds and thousands of shots, my Vokeys will save me strokes compared to Kirkland wedges, but I think most golfers can reach a minimum desired performance with these clubs no problem. For your average 20-handicap, they can get 90% of the way to a decent wedge game with wedges that cost 33% the price, and that’s the point. I have no doubt these will sell out.

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      Walt S.

      12 months ago

      Great point!

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      Steve S

      12 months ago

      Your comments apply to the average 10 handicap, also. All the grinds, bounce, etc. stuff really applies if you have very good consistency in your ball striking which in my experience seems to be mid to low single digit handicappers.

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      Da Slammer

      12 months ago

      I’m a +1 and it really doesn’t make that much difference what I use, EXCEPT, for them extra high bounce thick sole ones like the K grind type toy, I’ve never needed them nor would know how to use them, it’s not like Tour level courses are ever soaked mud or have thick beach sand, no, they’re all tight and firm on fairways and even the sand which is usually shallow so you can get it out with a normal sole.
      These Kirkland ones look clean and simple. Just needs a decent shaft for my swing and off we go

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