Skyforger Wedges
89.00 $ USD99.00 $ USD Select options

Skyforger Wedges

89.00 $ USD99.00 $ USD

Skyforger wedges provide a soft feel, versatility, and fantastic precision around the green.

(6 customer reviews)

S20C Forged

The Skyforger wedges are forged from S20C carbon steel with progressively tapered blade thickness and are designed for players who are always looking to control their trajectory.

Soft feel, versatility, precision

Higher lofts have more weight on the top of the blade to promote more spin and better height control, while lower lofts have more weight at the bottom of the blade to make full shots easier to execute.

Specs

The stock setup is designed for high launch and distance. The stock shaft, KBS WEDGE, is designed for players seeking maximum control.

loft shaft swing weight bounce lie angle
48 35.5″ D3 8 63
52 35.5″ D4 10 63
56 35.25″ D5 12 63
60 35″ D6 12 63

The stock grip, Lamkin Crossline, is designed for golfers who demand Tour-proven performance with classic looks.

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Additional information

Hand

Left, Right

Shaft

KBS, True Temper

Loft

48, 52, 56, 60

Grip

Standard, Midsize

6 reviews for Skyforger Wedges

  1. Mike B (verified owner)

    Bought the wedges 48 to 60 degree to go with my 101’s. Not one to fawn over products but my short game has easily knocked 5 strokes off my game. 56 has been great from the trap. No longer afraid of the sand. The 60 has been magical when short sided and had to go over something. Normally my short game socks and not to say I don’t thin the occasional shot, but as long as I make a decent swing these are the best wedges I’ve bagged in the 45 years I’ve played this silly game. Thanks Takomo!

  2. Kevin (verified owner)

    Bought all the wedge options from the Skyforger range to match with my 201 irons. The wedges look great but unfortunately don’t feel quite as good as they look.

    The wedges produce enough spin from my experience and get decent stop on the greens. The bounce on the wedges are well designed to help give good turf interaction.

    The distances the wedges go vs the 201 irons leaves a large gap between the 48degree wedge and the pitching wedge. Perhaps offering a 46-50-54-58 option would be better.

    Overall I like the wedges and for the price the feel is OK. Just don’t expect them to rival the likes of Cleveland, Vokey or Taylormade wedges for feel.

  3. Vincent J Nigro (verified owner)

    Wedges will glare bad! In the sun!! Buyer Beware!! DO NOT PURCHASE!! Also the WORST customer service ever!! They will not reply back!!

  4. Wim (verified owner)

    Replaced my Mizuno wedges with these Takomo’s to complete my 101 set. All I can say is that they feel absolutely great. Have to say that I removed the tip weights (bout 8 grams) that apparently are standard with Takomo, cause I prefer slightly lighter wedges. So now touch and feel are amazing and hard to beat by any major brand for double prices.

  5. Chad (verified owner)

    I have all 4 wedges along with the 101’s that they match perfectly. You can really see the detail of the milled faces and the finishes are beautiful. They are some very good looking wedges.

    I hit all of them full from 75-130 yards out in addition to shorter chips and pitches around the greens. The head size and shape have great turf interaction for either shot. And the bounces work great on those open faced shots out of different thickness lies and bunkers. I really like the slightly rounded leading edges as compared to the flat leading edge wedges I had been playing. Just look better and seem easier to hit cleanly.

    They apply ample amounts of spin on both shorter pitches and full shots.
    I have to be somewhat careful with full shots on the softer greens of my home course because they will spin back further than I’d like.

    Overall great looking and performing wedges for the money.

  6. Arthur Cooper (verified owner)

    Used them for first time today great sound and soft feel spin was great for the price don’t think you could buy anything better

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