Nov 142011
Review of Golf Wedges

Most people when starting out, go to a golf store or department store and buy a set of golf clubs. Such sets usually have a pitching wedge and that’s it. Later on, people add a sand wedge and that’s about it. Over the years as their game improves, they start understanding the value of the short game. Some of them read a good book like Dave Pelz’s Short Game Bible and really start appreciating the value of the short game. After all, 63% of golf shots are within 100 yards of the green and that is where you need wedges. An ideal golf set would have four wedges, a pitching wedge, a gap wedge, sand wedge and a lob wedge. Dave Pelz is a strong proponent of the 4×3 method. Under the 4 x 3 method, you use a set of four wedges at three different power levels, 7:30, 9:00. and 10:30 to give you three precise shots, thus 4 x 3 = 12 shots. You write these shots on a tape and stick it to each club. Next time you are within 100 yards, you check your yardage and see which club and which shot gives you the best chance of getting close to the pin. The next thing is to figure out which golf wedges to buy. You would like to read a review of golf wedges and compare one set of wedges to another but there aren’t that many golf wedges reviews. So we decided to do [Read More …]