Benross continue to impress in the value for money bracket
Look great but require a high level of skill to use well
A solid, affordable set that have a modern, dark finish
Should suit all golfers - concentrates on better balance
Soft cover aimed at good golfers looking for spin
Fairly soft and more suited to the better player after spin and control around the greens
Easy on the eye and easy to keep on line
The rounded sole makes it less likely than the original to snag on the green. The ripple alignment aid is also very handy especially on long putts.
A solid wedge with a classic look - should attract traditionalists
This has quite a large head and classic chrome finish that should appeal to golfers of all standards. The TaylorMade name it certainly looks more expensive than it actually is.
Callaway has produced one of the most classic looking wedges around so they're sure to attract plenty of interest.
A club to improve your feel around the short stuff that won't break the bank
A large firm core with lower compression allows increased initial velocity for added distance.
A clean, crisp strike - ideal for mid handicappers
Get plenty of club behind the ball with Nike's offering
These are so easy to hit - ideal for those who'd rather spend their time on the course than on the range.
Mid or low handicappers might want to check these out
A big dog with real class
Cheap as chips at £169
Consistency's the key word with this fairway wood