5 new wedges to help you chip like a major champion | ClubTest 2023
For ClubTest 2023, we tested and reviewed all the best new wedges from the top manufacturers. Browse below to see all the new wedge models, our robot and player testing, and find links to full reviews. When you’ve identified the perfect wedge for your game, you can also buy your new club right here!
BEST NEW WEDGES FOR 2023
Callaway JAWS Raw wedges
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Callaway JAWS Raw Wedges
Instead of quickly bringing a new wedge to market, Callaway took its time with Jaws Raw. According to Patrick Dawson, Callaway’s senior R&D manager, wedges, the club is three years in the making — a significant amount of time for any scoring tool. As you’d expect with a wedge that underwent extensive Tour feedback during the creation process, the improvements are numerous. With regards to the more visible technology, Callaway added an un-plated face — also known as a raw face — to the wedge but opted to keep the rest of the head plated in a chrome finish.
Cleveland CBX Full-Face 2 and RTX 6 ZipCore wedges
Cleveland CBX Full-Face 2 and RTX 6 ZipCore Wedges
Cleveland recently released the RTX6 ZipCore wedges for golfers looking to maximize control and short-game precision — all in a traditionally shaped wedge. If you’re a golfer who wants a bit more help and a confidence-inspiring look at address, look no further than Cleveland’s CBX Full-Face 2 which sports all the RTX6 technology built into a bigger and more forgiving package.
Mizuno S23 wedges
Mizuno S23 Wedge
The new S23 wedges from Mizuno achieve maximum spin thanks to the loft specific quad cut grooves milled into the Boron-infused 1025 mild carbon steel and Mizuno’s laser-etched HydroFlow Micro Grooves to channel moisture away from the impact zone faster for reduced spin loss in wet conditions.
TaylorMade Hi-Toe 3 Wedges
TaylorMade Hi-Toe 3 Wedges
With TaylorMade’s new Hi-Toe 3 wedges, versatility is the name of the game. With more grind and bounce options than ever before, along with spin-enhancing technologies, the equipment manufacturer has worked tirelessly to ensure you to have the right wedge for the right shot — every single time. Since the introduction of the original Milled Grind series wedges in 2017, TaylorMade has been building one of golf’s biggest selections of short game offerings for golfers of all skill levels. The new Hi-Toe 3 series brings together the now familiar Hi-Toe shaping with more options and improved technology to complete the package.