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  • TaylorMade Wedges and Wedge Sets

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    TaylorMade Wedges

    • FAQs

      Are TaylorMade wedges forged?

      Most TaylorMade wedges, like the MG lines, are cast, not forged.

      What degree is a TaylorMade a wedge?

      TaylorMade wedges come in a variety of degrees, from 48 to 62 degrees.

      What is a TaylorMade wedge used for?

      A TaylorMade wedge is used around the greens when you’re chipping, pitching or hitting sand shots. You’ll find great control and consistency with TaylorMade Wedges.

    • Overview

      TaylorMade wedges are gaining popularity on the golf course. From their Milled Grind (MG) line especially, many PGA and LPGA Tour players are finding greater control and spin around the greens.

      The TaylorMade MG wedges have laser-etched grooves that will increase your spin on chips, pitches and bunker shots. While a TaylorMade wedge set might not be the first to come to mind when you think of chipping, if it’s good enough for Tiger Woods to design his own line, it’s good enough for the rest of us.

      Another popular TaylorMade wedge set is the Hi-Toe, which has grooves along the entire length of the clubface for additional forgiveness and control. If you’re Team TaylorMade, it’s a no-brainer to use their wedges as well.

    • Pro Tips

      Grooves play an important role in chipping, and TaylorMade wedge technology is some of the best. TaylorMade Golf is famous for its innovation, so it’s no surprise that it filters down from their drivers to their TaylorMade wedge sets.

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