How the F2 Wedge Wave Series Compares to Other Golf Wedges Out There

As there’s a seemingly endless amount of golf wedges on the market these days, it’s understandable that you may still be on the fence about which wedge truly reigns supreme.

You’ve probably been doing some research to finally discover which one is the best for all of your unique needs and desires - so to provide you with an honest comparison, we took a look at the three leading wedges on the market and compared it to the F2 Wedge.

Let’s break down how the F2 stands up to the three leading wedges and see if your journey for the perfect wedge ends right here.

Topics Covered in This Guide

  • Price
  • Loft
  • Sole and Bounce
  • Clubface and Hosel



Let’s kick this thing off by looking at the price; it’s no secret that clubs aren’t cheap, and this is especially true when it comes to wedges.

The Other Guys: Pretty High Up There

The three top leading wedges on the market range anywhere from $145 to $199 per wedge. If you wanted to include multiple lofts in your bag to improve your game, there’s no bundle deals to speak of.

The F2 Wedge: Affordable

One of our foundational principles at GoGolf365 is to provide premium equipment without the premium price tag, and the F2 Wedge is no exception.

The price of one F2 Wedge regardless of loft is $99, which is already 33% less expensive than even the cheapest competitor. We also offer a F2 Wedge 3 Pack special where you can get 52°, 56°, and 60° wedges for $177 - that’s only $59 per club.

F2 Wedge



F2 Wedge 3 Pack Special





For those new to golfing, loft refers to the angle between the clubface and the ground and directly impacts how far the golf ball travels. Clubs with more loft (higher degrees) make the ball travel with a higher trajectory with a shorter distance of travel.

In other words, a 64° wedge would make the ball travel with a higher trajectory and shorter distance when compared to a 52° wedge.

The Other Guys: Overwhelming Amount of Options

After taking a look at the top three wedges, we noticed that the loft options ranged from 44° to 62°.

To be honest, I’m always hitting the same clubs - and so does everyone else I golf with - so having a large array of lofts is unnecessarily expensive and heavy. Having this many options could be beneficial for PGA players, but can get easily overwhelming and unnecessary for the average golfer. 

F2 Wedge: Versatile, Curated Selection

The F2 Wedge Wave Series offers four different lofts, and that’s all you really need. 

  • The 52° gap wedge for high and short shots
  • The 56° sand wedge to get out of sand bunkers
  • The 60° lob wedge to produce a high trajectory to get over obstacles
  • The 64° pop wedge for the highest trajectory and shortest distance

Each shot you’ll play is different, so it’s best to get comfortable with a small amount of quality lofts of a versatile wedge (like the F2) instead of endlessly struggling to familiarize yourself with a dozen different lofts.


Sole and Bounce

A wedge bounce refers to the angle formed between the front of the blade and the back of the blade and is the area of the wedge that hits the ground as you strike the ball. This is an important factor seeing as bounce provides forgiveness so you can still strike properly even with miss-hits.

The Other Guys: Stuck in the Past

All three of the leading brands share the same traditional design that admittedly does get good bounce, but they’re not innovative by any means. They also have multiple bounce options to factor in when choosing your loft, another example of unnecessary confusion and selection.

F2 Wedge: Dual-Bounce Sole

The F2 Wedge features a face-forward design and wide, two-tiered, “dual bounce” sole that glides across the turf to prevent the digging that causes chunked bunker shots. In other words, this feature makes it easier than ever to get it out in one shot.

The cambered leading edge and toe section also makes for a smooth, snag-free interaction with turf and rough.

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

"The bounce was just superb. They were high and they were landing soft and staying on the green. What more can I ask?"

- Dave (12 Hdcp)


Clubface and Hosel

Clubface, or the area that strikes the ball, is one of the most important factors when choosing a wedge, as is the position of the hosel, or where the shaft meets the clubhead. Let’s see how the other guys stand up to the F2.

The Other Guys: Identical

If you were to hold the face of these $145+ wedges next to each other, you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference. While there’s nothing wrong with that, it means that the hosel is in a spot that increases your risk of hitting a shank. They also all share an area on heel and the toe without any grooves or scoring, reducing forgiveness.

F2 Wedge: Shank-Proof and Forgiving

The face of the F2 Wedge is almost entirely covered in “progressive-wave scoring lines” that create tons of backspin for exceptional stopping power - including the toe and expanded heel section that enlarges the sweet spot, improving results on miss-hits.

It’s also almost impossible to shank the F2 seeing as the hosel is positioned so that you can’t strike the ball with it. By adding extra hitting area in the heel and repositioning the hosel, we’ve made this wedge absolutely shank-proof.

If you’re ready to stop shanking, chunking, and blading your wedge shots and start lowering your scores, make the switch to the F2 Wedge today and take advantage of this limited time price drop offer - no code needed.

F2 Wedge



F2 Wedge 3 Pack Special



★ ★ ★ ★ ★

"The very 1st shot I hit with the club, was a difficult pitch over a bunker to a tight green, hit it with beautiful loft, it landed soft and stopped by the hole."

- Len (13 Hdcp)

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