Best Golf Wedges 2022
GolfReviewsGuide picks out the best wedge options for 2022
Looking for new wedges to add to your bag for the new season? The best golf wedges 2022 have been picked out with a range of top class to affordable.
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We’ve taken a look at some options that could be added to your bag for 2022 and help you find more greens than ever before. Go pin seeking with our top choices.
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1. Titleist SM9 Vokey Wedges
2. TaylorMade Milled Grind 3 Wedges
3. Ping Glide 4.0 Wedges
4. Callaway JAWS Full Toe Wedges
5. Kirkland Signature Wedges
6. Lazrus Wedges
7. TaylorMade Hi-Toe 3 Wedges
Titleist SM9 Vokey Wedges
Titleist SM9 Vokey wedges are new for 2022 and the latest generation of the most played wedges when it comes to the bags of tour stars worldwide.
The SM9 wedges are more evolutionary than revolutionary in terms of the changes from the Titleist SM8 Vokey wedges.
The clubhead itself is very similar to the SM8s with the familiar Vokey design including the sleek and stylish curved edges.
The face is Spin Milled and features 16 grooves. The lofts range from 46-60 degrees with a variety of lofts available.
READ: The full Titleist SM9 Vokey wedges review.
TaylorMade Milled Grind 3 Wedges
The third generation of TaylorMade’s Milled Grind 3 wedges are an improvement on the MG2 wedges that proved so popular.
The key component in the MG3 wedges is Raw Face Technology with TaylorMade opting for the face to rust over time to continue producing spin throughout the life of each wedge.
Significantly, the technology means only the face rusts and not the rest of the club head.
The face features RAW Face Micro-Ribs, which help produce the kind of controlled spin levels that golfers crave from approach shots and from around the green.
TaylorMade have also made the grooves on the face on the new model narrower and deeper to help achieve the spin.
READ: The full TaylorMade Milled Grind 3 wedges review.
Ping Glide 4.0 Wedges
Ping had made evolutionary changes rather than revolutionary to the new Glide 4.0s, focusing on a new face design and four grind options to suit all games.
The face has a new Emery blast to work in harmony with the milled grooves to create more spin than in previous models and significantly a lower launch angle.
The wedge has been made slightly more rounded than previous generations of the Glides for a more pleasing look, and the lead edge and hosel transition and also been improved.
Four new sole grind options – the S, W, T and E – have been introduced to provide the perfect setup for golfers of all swing styles and angles of attack with their wedges.
READ: The full Ping Glide 4.0 wedges review.
Callaway JAWS Full Toe Wedges
The JAWS range features a new full toe design for inspired confidence to bring to your short game.
The toe shape has an enhanced peak and works in conjunction with various grinds to make chipping and approach play more consistent when it comes to ball striking and spin levels.
The CG has been increased, and moved from the heel thanks to Callaway’s Variable Weight Port System, to produce a lower ball flight for more controlled shots.
Callaway have used full face grooves and groove-in-groove technology as part of the raw face design to help control and get closer than before on approach play.
READ: The full Callaway JAWS wedges review.
Kirkland Signature Wedges
Kirkland Signature wedges are sold by wholesale retailer Costco with the 3-wedge a snip of the price of other more well known brands.
The set is sold with all three wedges and features a 52-degree gap wedge, 56-degree sand wedge and a 60-degree lob wedge. The downside is that there is no flexibility in gapping.
The Kirkland wedges feature milled face technology for control and spin, as well as wedge flex shaft by True Temper.
Stock isn’t as freely available, but the Kirkland Signature wedges are extremely good value for money if you can get your hands of them.
READ: The full Kirkland Signature wedges set review.
Lazrus have come up with an impressive performing wedge that costs a fraction of the price of more well-known brands.
The wedges have a forged club head with a milled face for extra spin and control.
They are neat and compact design and designed to created short game spin at a snip of the price of other wedges. That is the USP.
The wedge set is sold with three lofts of 52 degrees, 56 degrees and 60 degrees. You can also now purchase individual wedges, although the same three lofts are all that is available.
READ: The full Lazrus wedges set review.
TaylorMade Hi-Toe 3 Wedges
The third generation of the Hi-Toe 3 wedges has been designed to be much taller in the toe area and that shape produces a lower launch angle and generates more spin.
The face features RAW Face Technology, which helps impart maximum spin. The milled grooves cover the entire face and are sharper, narrower and deeper for a premium feel and performance.
The RAW face, which has milled ribs positioned between the full grooves, means that it will rust over time for an aged copper look from this soft 8620 carbon steel clubhead.
READ: The full Hi-Toe 3 wedges set review.
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