Knowing which wedges to carry in your bag can be confusing, but what can be even more intimidating for golfers is understanding the terminology used when describing wedges — especially when it comes to grinds and bounce.
Although it might sound very complicated, once you break down wedge lingo into its individual components, it actually becomes a lot easier to understand the elements of wedge design and what is likely to work best for you and your golf game.
From the fundamentals of sole grind to the details of sole shaping and geometry, being able to grasp the basics allows you to select a grind that is going to work best for the way you play shots around the green, and it also helps you select wedges based on your normal playing conditions.
Below is a video that explains the basics of wedge terminology and how to understand how and why certain wedge soles are shaped the way they are.
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