Best Lob Wedges

Updated August 2020
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A lob wedge is a type of golf club designed to create extremely high shots with a limited amount of distance. This is a common shot a golfer would make while approaching the green. A lob wedge will have a loft angle in the club face between 56 and 64 degrees. With the higher trajectory on the shot, the ball should land on the green with little roll on the shot. Advanced golfers can use the lob wedge to place quite a bit of backspin on the ball, which prevents it from bouncing forward after it hits the green. The lob wedge looks like – and is considered – an iron among golf club designs.

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