From Golf Magazine (ClubTest, May 2008)
We tested: 46Â°/8Â° (loft/bounce), 48Â°/8Â°, 50Â°/10Â°, 52Â°/10Â°, 54Â°/12Â°, 56Â°/14Â°, 58Â°/12Â° and 60Â°/10Â° in steel shaft
Company line: "Our 'zip grooves' are milled to maximum conforming dimensions to optimize spin. To improve shot consistency, the new groove geometry is coupled with an innovative plating process. Comes in low, standard- and high-bounce options."
Our Test Panel Says:
PROS: Great-spinning wedges, which means great control; playability is king, good players have repeating ball flight and ideal trajectory control on full shots; sufficient feel and feedback to let you know what you're doing; mid-handicappers find these so easy to use; extraction is quick and painless no matter the lie.
CONS: Aggressive grooves take getting used to, they put a stop on it so you have to go right at the hole; no more forgiveness on off-center strikes than your normal wedge.
"One of the best at neutralizing the rough." — Roger Liau (20)
$109; steel clevelandgolf.com