CHOOSING THE RIGHT GOLF WEDGE
CHOOSING THE RIGHT
GOLF WEDGE IS EASIER
THAN YOU THINK
By Ken Liebeskind
Choosing the right golf wedge is essential because 70 percent of golf shots are hit from 150 to 100 yards and the wedge is the club specifically designed for the short game. The best way to hit accurate short shots is by choosing the right golf wedge with the loft tailored to the distance you have to the flagstick.
The loft of a golf wedge and its grooves on the club face work together to produce a spin rate. Golf wedges range from 47 to 64 degrees to cater to the surface conditions, distance and angle required to reach a specific distance.
When you're choosing the right golf wedge, you can select a pitching wedge, a gap wedge, a lob wedge and a sand wedge.
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The pitching wedge is in the 46-49 degree range and used from approaches of about 120 yards. The gap wedge runs 50-53 degrees for 80-90 yard shots. The lob wedge can be from 59-68 degrees and is used for 60 yards and closer. Sand wedges range from 54-58 degrees and are used in bunkers and for 70-80 yard approaches.
www.scientificgolfclubs.com, the site that specializes in scientifically designed clubs, makes choosing the right golf wedge easy, with the Condor All-Purpose wedge that eliminates the need for more than one wedge. The Condor wedge is a rounded club with a 60 degree loft with 10 extra grams of weight and a lower center of gravity. These features allow you to hit all short distance wedge shots with extra backspin that causes the ball to bite near the pin, setting up short par and birdie putts.
You can use the Condor All-Purpose wedge in bunkers, in the rough or anywhere close to the green. It's the one wedge you can carry that replaces the assortment of wedges some golfers use.