As the most lofted of all golf clubs, the wedges are handy tools for a wide range of situations.
Used for full shots to the green, usually from inside 125 yards, wedges lift the ball high in the air with an abundance of backspin. They’re also useful on shots from bunkers – the sand wedge is specially built for this purpose – and for playing chips and pitch shots near the green.
Aside from the sand wedge, many golfers carry a pitching wedge, gap wedge and lob wedge on the course. The golf tips here will sharpen your wedge skills and lower your scores.