What we say...
If you’re looking to put a specialist wedge in your bag, but you simply can’t afford the hefty pricetag of the big-name brands, then this is the perfect solution. It’s half the price of many of its competitors and, to be honest, you can hardly tell the difference. The brushed finish looks stylish and expensive. But where the MD Drew really shines is from tight lies and hard sand, as the leading edge has been designed to sit flush to the ground to help you nip shots off the turf, making this great for links courses. Its machine-milled face also delivered excellent spin and stop.
“NV who?” was the first question from our young pro’s mouth when he was handed this one. Well, Norman Drew played in a Ryder Cup in 1959, and he teamed up with MD Golf in 2007 to design some topnotch wedges. The club features a CNC milled face while the standard bounce is reduced by around 50 per cent which makes ‘nipping’ the ball off the tightest of lies a little easier. Chris, Jon and Dave were impressed with the look of it, as well as the feel, but Dan felt the head was a little shiny. The NV Drew got the job done out of the sand too and overall this was a very respectable wedge. The fact it is available for under £50 is amazing.
Ratings (out of 5)
Contact: www.mdgolf.co.uk or 02894 460333
Md Golf Wedges User Reviews
Bought the 48degree wedge, is a fantastic all round wedge, generating a lot of spin from all lies. Seems from other reviews that 48-60degrees are all great, and for £40-£50 absolutely amazing value. Buy one (or two or three!) now!!!!!!
Just recently added a Gap wedge to my bag from this range, and cant say a bad word about it. Nice shape. Nice feel. But above all, absolutely awesome SPIN. Great control with this club, and is equally as good - if not better - than most of the "premium" brand wedges out there, but for a lot less ££££££. Give them a try, you wont be disappointed.
got rid of the vokeys with three of these, unbeatable spin . Performance like old ram cobalt. May not be Titleist Ping etc but who cares ?