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Harmonized Wedge

Wilson Harmonized Wedge

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MRP ₹ 4,790 Deal Price: ₹ 4,495
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Estimated delivery date of this product is 12 February 15, 2023

PRODUCT SUMMARY

  • Classic, high polish finish and classic blade shape
  • Perfect club for getting your ball close to the pin
  • True Temper steel irons for high performance and reliability
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Description

A new innovative sole design in the Harmonized Wedges now gives players more options around the green. Classic styling and unmatched value have made Harmonized wedges perennial top-sellers in a classic chrome finish.

Features -

  • Classic, high polish finish and classic blade shape
  • Perfect club for getting your ball close to the pin
  • True Temper steel irons for high performance and reliability
  • Sole grind allows players to open the club face further to hit higher shots with more accuracy, therefore improving performance
  • Blade shape with modified bounce angles for dead stop spin and versatility from the sand, rough, or fairway

FAQs

Attribute Based FAQs
How Often Should I Change My Golf Wedges?
A typical wedge will last 75 rounds before a significant decline in performance. An average golfer who plays regularly changes their Wedges every 18 to 24 months.
What Wedges must I have in my bag?
There are three main types of wedges that you must carry in your bag, a pitching, sand and lob wedge.
What does the bounce mean on a golf wedge?
Bounce is the angle formed by the leading edge of the wedge, the ground and the lowest point of the sole when the shaft is perfectly vertical. When you hit the ball, the bounce is the part of the wedge that hits and moves through the ground or bounces off. It is what allows you to make good contact, control, and spin on your wedge shots.
What degree wedge should I use around the green?
The most common wedges used around the green are 52-56 degrees. You may require a different lofted wedge based on your ball lie and shot you are trying to hit.
What wedge grind is most forgiving?
K grind is the most forgiving wedge for all shots and is great for mid-high handicappers. K Grind is currently only available in Titleist Vokey Wedges.
What are the best wedges in golf?
Every golf wedge is different and designed with the best technology to support different conditions. There are no such particular best wedges in golf, it’s just you have to decide which wedge is best for you. For this, you can read our blog “Your guide to buy golf wedges” and select your best golf wedge

Additional Information

Returnable No
Replacement Period No
Warranty No Warranty
Brand Wilson
Flex Wedge
Shaft Steel Shaft