Golf Wedges

Dick's Pro Tips
How To Hit A Wedge Shot

Set yourself up for shorter putts and lower scores with these wedge-shot tips from PGA TOUR pro Jordan Spieth.

Discover More
Dick's Pro Tips
How To Hit A Wedge Shot
Discover More
72 Products
View 48 All
Page 1 2 Next

Learn More About Golf Wedges

Selection

Sharpen Your Short Game With Golf Wedges From DICK’S Sporting Goods

Shop a huge selection of top-quality wedges from DICK’S Sporting Goods. Whether you’re buying a whole set or looking for an individual wedge to fill a gap, you’ll find what you need here. Choose from top brands like Callaway®, TaylorMade®, Cleveland® and more.

Every loft is covered at DICK’S. Choose from:

  • Pitching Wedges: Most pitching wedges will have between 45 – 48 degrees of loft and are typically used on full swings between 100–125 yards.
  • Gap Wedges: The gap wedge does just that — it fills the “gap” between your pitching wedge and sand wedge. The gap wedge is also typically used for full swings when the pitching wedge would be a bit too much club.
  • Sand Wedges: As the name implies, the sand-wedge is the club of choice for escaping bunkers, and, in general, it can be effective on any tough lie near the green. Sand wedges typically have between 54–56 degrees of loft.
  • Lob Wedges: The lob wedge will be the highest-lofted club in your bag, available in lofts from 58 degrees all the way up to 64 degrees. This wedge allows players to lift the ball quickly and land it softly on the green. It is the preferred club for the “flop shot.”

Remember, if you find a lower price on golf wedges somewhere else, we’ll match it with our Best Price Guarantee.

PRO TIPS

Made to Score with Jordan Spieth: How to Hit a Flop Shot
Made to Score with Jordan Spieth: How to Hit a Wedge Shot
Golf Tips: How to Hit Out of Different Sand Conditions
Golf Tips: Fairway Bunker Shot Setup
Made to Score with Jordan Spieth: How to Hit a Bunker Shot