The biggest difference between scratch and bogey golfers is not fairways or greens in regulation. It’s the ability to get up and down with fewer shots. And to do that, you need easy access to spin.
From 40 metres out, your priority is to get as close to the pin as possible. If you’re playing with a worn wedge, your ball can roll out an extra 10- to 15-feet. That makes it more difficult to get up and down.
Experience the difference
New wedges launch lower, spin more and stop sooner. If you think your wedges are causing you to lose stopping power and drop shots, then when we next see you, let’s talk about it, or we can also