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PING S159 Wedge

$179.00 - $195.00

    Cleveland CBX ZipCore Wedge

    $119.99 - $129.99

    WAS: $149.99 - $159.99*

    • Brushed Steel
    • Tour Chrome
    • Jet Black
    Titleist Vokey Design SM9 Wedge

    $149.99 - $164.99

    WAS: $179.99 - $194.99*

    • Chrome
    Callaway JAWS MD5 Wedge


    WAS: $159.99*

    • Black Satin
    • Tour Satin
    Cleveland RTX Full Face Wedge


    WAS: $159.99*

    • Tour Satin
    Cleveland RTX-4 Wedge


    WAS: $139.99*

      Tommy Armour 845 Wedge


      WAS: $99.99*

        PING Custom ChipR Wedge

        $179.00 - $195.00

          PING G430 Wedge

          $157.25 - $169.75

          • Chrome
          Callaway JAWS Full Toe Wedge


          WAS: $169.99*

          • Chrome
          PING Glide 3.0 Eye2 Wedge


          WAS: $169.00*

          Get to the Green With Golf Wedges


          No more half swings from 85 yards. Improve your short game with the best golf wedges for men.

          Browse the wide selection golf club wedges at Golf Galaxy. Decide the loft you need to add to your bag. Choose pitching wedges, gap or approach wedges, sand wedges and lob wedges. Get the wedge with the proper bounce angle ' low, standard or high.

          Shop wedges from the best names in golf, including Titleist, Cleveland, PING, Callaway, TaylorMade, Mizuno, Cobra, Nike and Top Flite.

          Buying Tips

          At Golf Galaxy, we recommend that you carry the following wedges in your bag, with four to six degrees of loft between each club for proper gapping:

          • Pitching Wedge (44 to 49 degrees): This is the most common type of wedge, and it is typically included in a set of irons and complete golf club sets. The pitching wedge is typically most effective from 110 to 125 yards out.
          • Gap/Approach Wedge (50 to 54 degrees): There is one major benefit to carrying a gap wedge: it allows you take a full swing when you're 80 to 100 yards from the hole something most players are not able to do with a pitching wedge of sand wedge.
          • Sand Wedge (54 to 58 degrees): Sand wedges work well between 80 and 100 yards out. They are particularly effective on tough lies, whether in tall grass or, as the name implies, in the sand. The sand wedge is designed to elevate the ball quickly to help you escape trouble.
          • Lob Wedge (59 to 65 degrees): The highest-lofted club you will have in your bag, the lob wedge is designed to lift the ball high into the air and land it softly on the green. Use it from 60 yards out or closer to put the ball on the pin.

          Expert Advice

          Get the right bounce angle. Low bounce is ideal for firmer ground and makes it easier to get under the golf ball. Standard bounce offers the most versatility. Count on high bounce options for rough or sand shots

          Consider your home course. If the greens are small, fast and elevated, you need plenty of loft. Are the bunkers filled with a lot of soft sand? Get a sand wedge with more bounce or a wider sole. Choose less bounce if the turf is firm, resulting in tight lies.

          All wedge grooves wear out over time. Consider replacing your wedges every 60 to 70 rounds, or more often if you frequently practice out of bunkers.

          If you're serious about improving your short game, it may be time for professional wedge gap analysis at your local Golf Galaxy store. Our staff will evaluate your swing and determine exactly the loft and bounce you need for each wedge.

          You will also get the most out of your new wedge by playing the right golf ball. If you struggle with control around the greens, consider a golf ball with a three- or four-piece construction these balls increase spin to help land the ball softly.

          Wedges Buying Guide

          Choosing the right golf wedges can be a daunting task; there are so many factors to consider. First, there are club attributes to consider when buying wedges:

          • Size and shape
          • Sole grinds that affect how the clubhead gets through the turf
          • Textured clubfaces with precisely-engineered grooves to impact spin
          • Shock-absorbing materials that play a role in feel and sound

          Of course, selecting the right lofts to achieve consistent distance gaps between clubs is also important. It also helps to understand how you swing the club. Many players hit down steeply on the ball with a wedge and take deep divots (they’re referred to as “diggers”), while “sweepers” take shallow divots or no divot at all. In addition, the condition of the course (soft or firm) matters to what type of wedges you should play. There’s a lot to think about!

          Having a basic understanding of the “ins and outs” can help the selection process, particularly since the top companies in golf build their wedges to complement specific swing types, shots, and playing conditions. Keep this in mind: Wedges have different sole curvatures and weight distribution. Many higher lofts, for example, have extra weighting positioned high in the head (hidden in plain sight) to produce a lower, flatter ball flight that’s easy to control in windy conditions. Regardless of loft, the proper tool for the job moves through the turf in an efficient manner, leading to solid contact and a repeatable trajectory.

          The point is, there’s no shortage of wonderful wedge designs to choose from. Do some research before buying, because having an ill-fitted wedge means you won’t get all the benefits from these high-tech instruments. Go ahead and talk to the team members at your local Golf Galaxy store. Learn what you can about the best models and get fitted for the ones you choose. Soon enough, you’ll be a short-game wizard saving strokes from anywhere on the course.