Dan Box
By Dan Box

Best of 2021

Do you struggle with your short game? Are you looking for something to help sharpen up your approaches inside 100 yards and improve your chipping and bunker play? Have you not changed your wedges in years?

This is our list of the best wedges we have tested in 2021. From great value for money to premium, tour-standard models, these are the products you should be considering if you want to save shots around the green in 2022.

Callaway Jaws Full Toe Wedge

Callaway Jaws Full Toe Wedge

Released: 09/09/21

RRP As Reviewed: £159

Quick Hit: Full toe design may take some getting used to, but the performance makes these among the best on the market.

The Tech: Full-face Jaws grooves, offset groove-in-groove technology and an all-new raw face combine to give ultimate spin and control for shots around the green. A Variable Weight Port System helps us locate the CG away from the heel for solid contact and an enhanced feel.

Golfalot Says: The turf interaction, feel through the strike and the ball flight produced were all beautiful, but the spin was the main thing. Even from the shortest of chips you still got so much control and that satisfaction of the zip.

Read the FULL REVIEW here.

Cleveland RTX ZipCore Wedge

Cleveland RTX ZipCore Wedge

Released: 09/2020

RRP As Reviewed: £139

Quick Hit: Newest addition of the RTX line is aimed at the better player yet should have a broad appeal too.

The Tech: The low-density ZipCore shifts the centre of gravity while raising MOI to add spin and control on all shots. UltiZip grooves are sharper, deeper and narrower to produce more spin and they're placed closer together to promote more groove contact on each shot.

Golfalot Says: It is an ideal all-rounder which should have a wider appeal than just the 'better player' that Cleveland seems to be leaning towards.

Read the FULL REVIEW here.

Cobra King Snakebite Wedges

Cobra King Snakebite Wedges

Released: 26/03/21

RRP As Reviewed: £109

Quick Hit: Great looking wedge with typical Cobra innovation, at a very attractive price point.

The Tech: New Snakebite groove technology features a re-engineered cutting method to tighten groove tolerances and make them as sharp and accurate as possible. Groove lengths and groove shapes are progressive as the lofts change to opitmise spin and performance for each wedge.

Golfalot Says: Cobra are giving you a friendly head shape with a contemporary, eye-catching design, good levels of spin and plenty of forgiveness.

Read the FULL REVIEW here.

Ping Glide Forged Pro Wedge

Ping Glide Forged Pro Wedge

Released: 24/08/21

RRP As Reviewed: £199

Quick Hit: One of Ping's best wedges in recent years, but it comes with a serious price tag...

The Tech: Fully machined, wheel-cut grooves are more angled with a wider first groove to provide better performance when struck low on the face. The emery face blast finish adds more texture for better spin, and two new grinds ensure a wedge choice to match each golfer.

Golfalot Says: * I always felt that Ping wedges would only really be used by those golfers who use the irons, but the new Glide Forged Pros are really up there as one of the best now.*

Read the FULL REVIEW here.

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