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A buyer's guide to Cleveland wedges

Cleveland Golf wedges were the first wedges to revolutionise the game of golf. Using specially designed ‘vokey wedges’, Cleveland was the first manufacturer to really produce quality wedges that were designed for top golfers. Cleveland wedges are not specifically designed for top golfers as any golfer can benefit from them, but there are many qualities to look for when buying Cleveland wedges.

Cleveland lob wedge

The lob wedge is usually a 60 degree angled wedge used specifically to try and get the ball into the air as quickly as possible. Cleveland also produce a 62 degree and a 58 degree lob wedge, but usually a 60 degree wedge should be okay. Using the Cleveland lob wedge The Cleveland lob wedge is similar to the Mizuno wedges or to the Titleist wedge, but it has a history on the professional tour and has been in use much longer than other wedges. The Cleveland lob wedge should only be used once you are supremely confident with your chipping and pitching as it can be a very challenging club to hit.

Cleveland sand and gap wedge

The compliments to the lob wedge are the 56 degree and 52 degree Cleveland wedges. The sand wedge is a must in every single bag and the Cleveland sand wedge is one of the best there is. Professional player Vijay Singh, who has used Cleveland wedges for over a decade, has gone on and captured three majors with the Cleveland vokey series. The gap wedge The gap wedge is not as important as the sand wedge, but it gives you versatility when you come within the pitching range. If you can survive without three woods, then it is wise to utilise the maximum 14 clubs and put the Cleveland gap wedge into your bag.

Overall guide

Cleveland wedges have the security of being one of the most trusted and used wedges on the PGA Tour. Golf wedges are also important in comprising a good golf score as they allow you to make birdies and par saves. A good wedge game A good wedge game can carry you to many great rounds and it is important to have wedges that you trust. If you are after top quality and reliability, Cleveland wedges are a good investment.

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