The biggest names in wedges have new models, but which is best?
Battle of the new wedges between Cleveland and Titleist.
Ever since Titleist introduced Vokey wedges back in 1997, there’s been debate among serious golfers about whether they, or Cleveland, make the best scoring clubs.
Cleveland is famous for its wedges – they’ve been creating them for many of the world’s best players since 1979 – but the all-new RTX 4 is said to be the most tour-authentic wedge they have ever made. With both brands having new models for 2018 (the SM7S hit the market in March) we thought it was a good time to put the pair in a head-to-head test to see if we can settle the argument once and for all, and help you make a better buying decision in the process.