Reviewed by: Lou(Unregistered User)
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Wilson Harmonized wedges
Summary: Whene I started playing golf again in 2006, I had a set (PW,GW, SW, LW,TW). For the price ($29 per club new), they do a good job. I used the X wedge for about 2 years and it came in handy for pitching from a grassy lie to a tight pin position. The SW did OK in firm bunkers and most pitching situations. They do have a bit of a "chunky" feel compared to a name-brand wedge (such as Titleist Vokey). The LW and TW have a tendency to skull a little bit from hardpan lies. If one is starting out playing golf, they work rather well. I upgraded to a Vokey 256-12 in 2008 and retained the TW for another year. As you get to be an accomplished wedge wizard, you would want to consider upgrading to Vokeys.
Summary: not a great club but then again not a bad club either. i've hit some really good shots out of the sand but have gone 50/50 with other shots. great clubs for starting out especially for the price but you'll get MAYBE six months of good use out of them before you NEED to upgrade.
Summary: Excellent club. easy to hit ,good spin. As good as the cleveland at a better price.
Review Date July 11, 2007
Overall Rating 1 of 5
Value Rating 1 of 5
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Reviewed by: jim(Unregistered User)
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: harmonized 55 degree wedge
Summary: By far the WORST wedge i've ever hit. only reason i bought it was because it was cheap, but you get little to NO backspin what so ever, the bounce in low as hell, i recommend this club for beginning golfers.
Reviewed by: Dave(Unregistered User)
Shoots in the 100s
Model Reviewed: Wilson Harmonized, 55 & 60 deg
Summary: Got these at Sports Authority, for $30 each. Great for those on a very tight budget or who aren't sure about sticking w/ the sport, but after about 6 months you'll find yourself wanting to upgrade...easy to mis-hit from fairways and tight lies, particularly hitting it thin/skulling the ball; not terribly forgiving if you don't hit it square! (Once inside 100 yds. and on the fairway, stick to your PW and 8- and 9-irons to chip/pitch on.) Sand wedge looks and feels like it has little bounce; in hard-packed bunkers with a shallow lie, you'll really have to blast down to get up and down - or use the lob wedge instead. On the other hand, they do work well for flying it out of the rough. Until I can upgrade, I'll keep these in the bag for close-in shots from the rough, and use my regular PW for greenside collars and fairway lies (and dial the face wide open for bunkers).