180+ Wedges To Demo, Callaway, Cleveland, Mizuno, Taylor Made, Titleist. We'll Check For loft, bounce and proper grind
Test From Rough, Fairway or Sand
The Clubworks Wedgeucation Page
65% of all shots are within 125 yards of the green!
Why guess what you can measure?
Our Flight Control center allows our players the ability to hit and measure ballflight from fairway grass, rough, tight lies and out of a bunker. We offer over 180 wedge demos with different lofts, bounce angles and sole grinds to determine the best possible wedges to include in your set.
With the advancements of the new drivers and golf balls, players have more scoring opportunities from 125 yards in. Our thorough and unique wedge fitting process uses ballflight and trackman data to assist in the perfect selection of clubs that represent 65% of your shots.
Determine Your Set Composition
SELECTING THE PROPER COMBINATION OF GAP, SAND AND LOB WEDGES WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH THE FOLLOWING:
The proper yardage gaps between clubs
The benefit of being able to hit more full shots into greens
A playable trajectory and the proper spin to stop the ball without excess roll or backspin (proper ball selection will have a big impact here)
Determine the best bounce angle and sole grind
The bounce of a wedge is determined by the bounce angle, sole width, sole camber and sole grind.
The key to good wedge play is selecting the proper bounce in your higher lofted wedges to match your swing type and the conditions in which you typically play.
Bounce is built into the sole of a wedge to keep it from digging into the turf or sand.
The greater the bounce, the more the sole resists digging.
Bounce helps prevent "fat" shots by keeping the club moving through the turf or sand.
Having enough bounce is particularly important on sand shots.
Too much bounce can make shots from firm conditions more difficult to execute.