Six new wedges to help your short game

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Solus Series 7.1 A crescent-cut sole contour provides minimal bounce (4° to 5°) in the playing position for shots from tight lies and uphill, downhill and buried ones. There's as much as 18° bounce when you open the face, which comes in handy from thick rough or sand. More grooves closer together than traditional wedges, combined with a high center of gravity, generate additional spin and a boring flight. Loft/bounce: 47°/5°, 51°/5°, 53°/5°, 56°/5°, 59°/5°, 61°/5°. $120; solusgolf.com • Go to Equipment Finder profile to tell us what you think and see what other GOLF.com readers said about this club.
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Srixon WG-706 Srixon's latest scoring set is forged from soft 1020 carbon steel to boost impact feel. A larger groove volume, milled U-grooves and a roughed up face surface generate spin, so you have control even in dicey situations. Srixon shaved away bounce along the heel and trimmed the trailing edge, making it easier to lay open the clubface for flop shots. Loft/bounce: 50°/8°, 52°/8°, 54°/12°, 56°/8°, 56°/12°, 58°/8°, 60°/8°, 56°/14°, 60°/6°, 60°/10°. $109; srixon.com • Go to Equipment Finder profile to tell us what you think and see what other GOLF.com readers said about this club.
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Nike SV Tour Black Satin Nike broadens the SV Tour line by adding five lofts with a black satin finish that gives these scoring clubs a sleek, aggressive look. It also reduces glare on sunny days. The sweet-feeling heads, made from soft carbon steel, have CNC-milled faces and U-grooves for consistency and control from shot to shot. Loft/bounce: 52°/10°, 56°/10°, 56°/14°, 60°/6°, 60°/10°. $119; nikegolf.com
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Cleveland CG14 This stainless steel head — replaces CG11 — features a viscoelastic "Gelback" insert behind the hitting area to soften feel. Large "zip grooves" channel more debris than typical grooves to maximize spin. There's also more offset than in CG11 or CG12, based on feedback from Tour players. This puts your hands ahead of the ball, so you drive it lower. A wider, forgiving sole helps out of sand and reduces digging on touch shots. Loft/bounce: 46°/6°, 48°/6°, 50°/8°, 52°/10°, 54°/9°, 54°/12°, 56°/11°, 56°/14°, 58°/10°, 58°/12°, 60°/8°, 60°/12°. $109; clevelandgolf.com • Go to Equipment Finder profile to tell us what you think and see what other GOLF.com readers said about this club.
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Mizuno MP-T The MP-T boasts a classic teardrop shape, in chrome or black nickel, with sleek C-shaped sole grind. This design provides relief along the toe, heel and trailing edge for added versatility in all types of lies. MP-T is "grain flow" forged from mild carbon steel, which produces the sweet sensation of the ball staying on the face a fraction of a second longer. Max milled square grooves deliver serious control. Lofts/bounce: 47°/6°, 51°/6°, 53°/8°, 56°/10°, 56°/14°, 58°/10°, 60°/5°, 60°/8°. $99; mizunousa.com • Go to Equipment Finder profile to tell us what you think and see what other GOLF.com readers said about this club.
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Ping Tour W The updated Tour wedge has a high-density tungsten toe weight to position the center of gravity more in the middle of the face. A custom tuning port in the cavity controls ball flight. Tour W has a shorter blade length than existing Tour wedges, plus machined grooves to pump up performance from tough lies. Comes in black nickel finish or polished steel. Loft/bounce: 47°/10°, 50°/12°, 52°/12°, 54°/10°, 54°/14°, 56°/10°, 56°/14°, 58°/6°, 58°/8°, 58°/10°, 60°/6°, 60°/8°, 60°/10°. $109; pinggolf.com Tell us what you think and see what other GOLF.com readers said about this club.