Daniel Box
By Daniel Box

Here at Golfalot we've taken a look at all of the wedges we have tested this year, and picked out the best models that we'd recommend, so if you're looking to upgrade in the near future then you've come to the right place.

Best of Wedges 2019

Of course, before you make any decisions you should be looking to test any club you are interested in and wedges are no different, with plenty of fitting options available to ensure that you have the right bounce and grind settings to suit your game. These are the products we think you should be looking at. In no particular order:

Cleveland CBX 2 Wedge

Cleveland CBX 2 Wedge

Released: 06/09/2019

RRP As Reviewed: £119

Quick Hit: Hollow-Back cavity raises MOI by 25%, whilst three layers of grooves provide excellent spin rates.

The Tech: The cavity adds much greater forgiveness levels, whilst Feel Balancing Technology creates a toe-biased centre of gravity for better performance. There are three different sole grinds for better versatility, and Rotex milling combines with laser milling and Tour Zip grooves for Cleveland's best levels of grip.

Golfalot Says: "It's great to know that you have a little bit of extra security there thanks to the friendlier head if you need it, but they still feel and perform like a premium wedge."

Read the FULL REVIEW here


Callaway Mack Daddy 5 JAWS Wedge

Callaway Mack Daddy 5 JAWS Wedge

Released: 20/09/2019

RRP As Reviewed: £149

Quick Hit: Extra spin and control from the 'most aggressive groove in golf'.

The Tech: New Jaws grooves are angled over 30º steeper than last year's, making them much sharper for maximum spin. They combine with the existing Groove-In-Groove Technology to create a rougher face, whilst there is also a new low-bounce W-Grind.

Golfalot Says: "The looks are fantastic, the performance is great and these are easy enough to use that they would come highly recommended for nearly all golfers."

Read the FULL REVIEW here


TaylorMade Milled Grind 2 Wedge

TaylorMade Milled Grind 2 Wedge

Released: 06/09/2019

RRP As Reviewed: £149

Quick Hit: A New raw face adds spin but be prepared for plenty of rust...

The Tech: Once you peel off the sticker, this face starts to rust almost immediately and the rough face adds extra friction for more spin, thanks to deeper and narrower ZTP grooves. CNC milling along the sole and leading edge of the club produces more accurate and consistent results, and the TPU insert helps with improved sound and feel.

Golfalot Says: "If you're a good golfer who is confident with their wedges and wants to get some seriously impressive spin rates, then TaylorMade's MG2 could be for you."

Read the FULL REVIEW here


Mizuno T20 Wedge

Mizuno T20 Wedge

Released: 01/09/2019

RRP As Reviewed: £140

Quick Hit: Three new finishes for the returning T-Series wedge with Hyroflow Micro Grooves for all-weather performance.

The Tech: These grooves, which are shaped vertically, keep moisture off the face to improve spin rates even in wet conditions, for consistent performance. Spin weighting moves weight higher up in the clubhead for a higher centre of gravity for better spin and forgiveness on off-centre hits.

Golfalot Says: "These wedges do everything that you would expect from Mizuno - look fantastic, perform well and are bound to make your playing partners jealous when you arrive on the first tee with a brand new set."

Read the FULL REVIEW here


Summary

If you feel like you need a little more information, check out our Wedge Buying Guide or Guide to Bounce here, which should clear up any confusion and help you to make that all-important decision. With so many options available in wedges we know it can be a little confusing.

Do you use one of these wedges? Is there a wedge in this list that you want to try out? Let us know your thoughts below.

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