For ClubTest 2021, we tested and reviewed 18 new wedges to help you find the right one for your game. (For more on our testing process, click here.) Below are the results for the Wilson Staff wedge. You can find the full list of wedges and test results here.
Staff Model: 48-60°; Tour Sole: 56-60°; High Toe: 56°, 60°, 64°
Our take: Whether you’re a high-handicapper or a single-digit, everyone can benefit from a club with enhanced feel — especially around the green. When it came to the design of their new wedges, Wilson relied upon their roster of Tour players to provide feedback on the look, performance and playability. The result: three wedge iterations — the Staff model, Tour Grind and HT — that tick all the boxes. “This wedge would be great for firm courses or those who pick it clean,” noted one tester. “Fantastic look with an aggressive grind that sits tight on the turf and nips the ball.”
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Wilson Staff wedges
The details: Wilson’s precision-milled face (featuring the brand’s patented advanced spin score lines, a higher-density line pattern that makes it easy to control spin) assists shot-shaping and encourages more consistent contact with the ball. The Staff wedge features carbon steel construction for super-soft touch and incredible feel, the Tour Grind splits the difference between a traditional and wide sole for players who prefer a shallow attack angle and the HT features a high toe and wide sole to allow the club to be played at varying degrees of open or closed configurations.