What we say...
Benross Tribe MDR Wedge Review: You should know
A cavity slot on the back of the MDR helps position the CG to optimise spin and playability. CNC milled face grooves are right on the USGA rules limit to maximise spin and control. An increased hosel length increases shot stability say Benross.
Benross Tribe MDR Wedge Review: Our verdict
Benross have an enviable reputation for producing excellent quality equipment at affordable prices, but this year there’s some seriously stiff competition snapping at their heels. There’s no doubting the Tribe is a decent wedge, our test pro liked it sufficiently enough to say he thought the satin finish meant the Tribe looked like Mizuno’s T7. The slightly larger head will inspire confidence for those lacking faith in the short game, but run your finger up the face and you’ll feel how the impact area is extremely slick and nowhere near as textured or grippy as some.
Benross Tribe MDR Wedge Review: Verdict
We at TG like to highlight good value options for those not wanting to spend huge amounts on the latest new gear, and trust us the Tribe is a decent option for £60. The loft options are generous enough to cover off most golfers needs, there’s a premium KBS shaft and Lamkin grip which puts it right amongst the major brands when it comes to components, even though it lacked a bit in terms of raw spin performance.