Wilson Dyna Powered Wedge - £59.99
With Padraig Harrington fronting their assault on the market, Wilson have earned themselves a reputation for producing good quality, well priced kit. And this Dyna Powered gun metal wedge is certainly one they can be proud of as they called on the expertise of one of the game?s most respected club makers, Bob Mandralla.
Using Bore-Thru technology to replace the hosel and redistribute weight through the head, his aim was improve the balance of the club. And the dark head doesn?t reflect glare from the sun, making the ball stand out clearly at address.
As with most good wedges, control is the best performance trait on offer. Sharp, square grooves generate a zippy, spinning reaction to the short stuff so you can be aggressive with your chip shots safe in the knowledge that they aren?t going to grow legs and run for miles ? always handy. This 56 degree version comes with 10 degrees of bounce - an ample amount to make sand and rough shots pop high up into the air and land softly on the green.
TOTAL GOLF VERDICT
At £59.99 the Wilson Dyna Powered wedge represents a solid mid range buy that any golfer should be confident of using with some success. And we think that sitting in our bag it has a classy heir that looks more expensive than it actually is.
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