Ping’s engineers employed a “grip-to-grind approach,” re-designing every component of the new Glide 3.0 wedge.
In this week’s mailbag, our gear expert explains the importance of higher bounce wedges, discusses compression in golf balls and more.
Brushed, buffed or quenched in oil, today’s wedges look as good as they play. Here’s what you need to know about the best wedge finishes.
Bob Vokey’s philosophy of players carrying a higher bounce sand wedge and mid-to-low bounce lob wedge is the inspiration for the design of the two new sand wedges.
Think you know all about the clubs inside Brooks Koepka’s bag? There’s a good chance you don’t know the story behind his Vokey lob wedge.
The newest model in the Miura Golf wedge line is aimed at a wide variety of players looking for a slightly wider sole and more effective bounce.
Stumped by wedges? You’re not alone. We had an expert explain where golfers go wrong when selecting wedges and how you can avoid the same mistakes.
The new Sure Out 2 builds on the previous design with some key changes, the most important of which is improved playability from a variety of lies.
In preparation for the first major of the 2019 season, Titleist’s Bob Vokey and Aaron Dill worked with PGA Tour players to develop the new wedge.
In this week’s edition of Yo, Gear Guy!, our resident dimplehead takes on custom wedge stamping, women’s golf clubs and the pros and cons of raw wedges.