What we say...
Ben Hogan Equalizer: TG Verdict
We’ve been big fans of Ben Hogan Equalizer wedges for a few years now, and once again they’ve performed beautifully against the competition in 2021. We’ve seen before how the Equalizer’s milled face and clever leading edge relief have given our test pro some seriously consistent numbers.
This year, with just 6% drop-off in spin, the Equalizer was tied first as our test pro’s best performing wedge for consistency and predictability (alongside the Cleveland RTX ZipCore). And that, of course, does no harm at all when it comes to scoring
on the golf course.
Ben Hogan only deal direct with consumers through their website (www.benhogangolf.eu), which means they can bring the Equalizer in for £100 a pop and means a three-wedge set-up costs less than two Titleist Vokey SM8s.
In our book, that makes them an absolute steal. If having the very latest model is important to you, it’s rumoured there should be a new Equalizer in 2021, so it might be worth holding off until they’re unveiled