Wedges

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  • Puglielli
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Adams M. Puglielli wedges

Made of 8620 carbon steel, Adams' M. Puglielli forged wedges are triple milled (face, back and grooves) to promote feel and consistency.

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Winner's Bag: Matt Kuchar, RBC Heritage

Here is a complete list of the clubs Matt Kuchar used to win the 2014 RBC Heritage.

Bridgestone J40 Black Oxide, J40 Satin Chrome wedges

The shape of the Bridgestone J40 Black Oxide and J40 Satin Chrome wedges is classic pear-shaped, and they harken to an era of finesse and creative shotmaking.

  • Forged
  • Mack Daddy 2
  • X Series Jaws
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Callaway Forged wedges

The round-toed Callaway Forged wedges, inspired by club designer Roger Cleveland’s interaction with touring pros, feature a C grind on the sole.

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Callaway Mack Daddy 2 Tour Grind Wedges

Feedback from the PGA Tour guided the design of Callaway's latest wedge, the Mack Daddy 2 Tour Grind.

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Winner's Bag: Patrick Reed, WGC-Cadillac Championship

Here is a complete list of the clubs Patrick Reed used to win the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

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Callaway Mack Daddy 2 wedges

Callaway has announced its latest wedges – the Mack Daddy 2 line – will be available at retail beginning July 12.

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Callaway prototype wedge in play at RBC Heritage

Callaway's latest wedges have a dark finish, show a textured pattern between grooves and feature a "Mack Daddy 2" stamp. The prototypes, which have not yet been announced, were seen at the RBC Heritage.

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Callaway X Series Jaws wedges

Callaway X Series Jaws wedges feature 21 grooves and a classic C-grind sole for shotmakers.

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Winner's Bag: Kevin Stadler, Phoenix Open

Kevin Stadler came from behind to win his first PGA Tour event on Sunday after he shot a closing-round 68 at the TPC Scottsdale. Here's what he had in his bag at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

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Cleveland 588 Forged wedges

With the 588 Forged wedge, Cleveland has tried to keep everything people loved about the classic intact while bringing it into the modern era.

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Cleveland 588 RTX, 588 RTX CB wedges

The Cleveland 588 RTX and the 588 RTX CB wedges feature U-grooves that are 16 percent larger in a name that is iconic to many golf enthusiasts.

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Cleveland Smart Sole Wedges

With the release of two Smart Sole wedges, Cleveland aims to provide golfers with plenty of short-game touch.

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Cobra Trusty Rusty, Big Trusty Rusty wedges

Cobra's Trusty Rusty and Big Trusty Rusty wedges equate rust with improved feel. These non-plated wedges will rust over time.

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Cobra Puma Tour Trusty wedges

Cobra Puma Golf, which had announced its intent to compete more aggressively in the wedge market, released details of its new Tour Trusty line.

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Cobra Trusty Rusty, Big Trusty Rusty wedges

Cobra's Trusty Rusty and Big Trusty Rusty wedges equate rust with improved feel. These non-plated wedges will rust over time.

  • MP R-12
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Toy Box: Donald wins with new Mizuno sticks

When Luke Donald won Sunday at the Transitions Championship to regain the No. 1 world ranking, he was carrying 12 clubs that were new to his bag this year. This is the player who won two money titles in 2011, but that didn’t stop him from making wholesale changes in his bag.

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Mizuno introduces irons, hybrids, wedges

Mizuno’s golf clubs for 2012 will arrive in shops around the United States the second week of September. The lineup includes two new irons for better players: MP-69 and MP-59.

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Nike unveils VR Forged wedges

Nike's new VR Forged wedges expand the VR family of clubs and offer three distinct sole grinds designed to accommodate various course conditions and shot-making demands.

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Nike VR X3X wedges: Toe Sweep, Dual Wide Sole

Nike Golf’s Mike Taylor listened to countless touring pros as they explained what they liked and wanted in wedges while he developed the VR X3X Toe Sweep and VR X3X Dual Wide Sole.

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Nike introduces new line

Nike Golf on Thursday introduced a wide array of clubs that includes drivers, fairway woods, hybrids, irons and wedges, highlighted by the VRS Covert 2.0 line.

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Ping Anser wedges

Ping Anser wedges made their debut on the PGA Tour in spring 2011 and immediately were popular with accomplished players seeking soft feel.

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Ping's Anser line is 'super premium'

Ping's adjustable driver is a bet on golfers understanding the benefits of a personalized driver, with the whole line hitting stores in late August.

  • SCOR
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SCOR Golf wedges

Golfers seeking wedge advice can get it from SCOR Golf; after all, it’s an old-school operation. And it counts 21 lofts among its offerings -- from 41 to 61 degrees -- with three shaft choices.

  • ATV
  • TP with xFT
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TaylorMade introduces new ATV wedge

TaylorMade's new ATV wedge has one job: To be able to be expertly used from tight lies, heavy grass or sand - or a true all-terrain wedge.

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Winner's bag: Brian Harman, John Deere Classic

Here is a complete list of the clubs Brian Harman used to win the 2014 John Deere Classic.

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TaylorMade TP xFT wedges

Exchangeable Face Technology in the TaylorMade TP xFT wedges allows golfers to remove the grooved faceplate in these wedges using a torque wrench when the grooves become worn.

TaylorMade wins wedge appeal with USGA

The U.S. Golf Association has reversed its original decision and will allow TaylorMade to sell interchangeable U-groove faces for its TP xFT wedges in 2010.

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Winner's Bag: Jimmy Walker, Pebble Beach

It wasn't smooth sailing Stillwater Cove for Jimmy Walker on Sunday, but the Texan was able to hold on and win the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am by one shot. Here's a complete list of the clubs that Walker used to win at Pebble Beach.

Titleist Vokey SM4 wedges

The Titleist Vokey SM4 wedges come in three different finishes as well as varying lofts and bounces – with 21 possibilities in all.

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Titleist releases Vokey SM5 wedges in indigo

Bob Vokey, Titleist's master craftsman and resident wedge guru, celebrated his 75th birthday with the release of the new Vokey Design Spin Milled 5 (SM5) Indigo wedges.

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Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled 5 wedges

With new groove patterns, several sole designs and loads of bounce options, Titleist's Vokey Design Spin Milled 5 wedges are designed for short game versatility.

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Johnson’s V-Grind Vokey wedge steals show

Zach Johnson added Titleist 714 AP2 irons to his bag last week, but his 60-degree Vokey Design Hand Ground 60-V wedge stole the show as he holed out to force a playoff that he won against Tiger Woods.

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Vokey wedges to offer tour-level customization

With the launch of the Vokey WedgeWorks Hand Ground program, Titleist will deliver tour-level customization to amateur players.

  • FG Tour TC
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Wilson Staff FG Tour TC wedges

Wilson's FG Tour TC wedges have been given an aggressive groove pattern that is enhanced by 11 laser-etched lines between each groove.