Ben Hogan Apex Edge Pro Wedges

Ben Hogan Apex Edge Pro Wedges 


  • Progressive face thickness
  • Higher launch angle
  • Thinner top-lines


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[May 31, 2007]
Brandon Boerner
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Ben Hogan Apex Edge Pro

When I was first introduced to Lee Trevino's "clock" system, where you think of numbers as how far you want to take the club back, this wedge was the best. The distances were perfect on every pitch shot. It spun like a blade, but still had the forgiveness of a cavity back. Around the greens, it was, hands down, the best wedge. I can't count the number of chip-ins I had off the fringe with my old Hogan.

I quit using the Hogan about a year ago. It was a sand wedge--however, it was a 57 degree and it just couldn't go the distance I needed on full shots. If I ever find a 56 degree, then you can find it in my bag. It's just a great wedge.

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