In the market for some new wedges for 2018?

We’re all told that an improved short game is the best and quickest way to shoot lower scores.

So before going out and spending £400 on a new driver, check out the best new models below from Vokey, Cleveland, Callaway, Ping, TaylorMade, Mizuno, Bettinardi, Cobra and Wilson Staff.

Best golf wedges 2018 – Titleist Vokey SM7

Vokey SM7 wedges review

In a nutshell: The No. 1 wedge on the PGA Tour used by the likes of Jordan Speith, Justin Thomas, Paul Casey and Rafa Cabrera Bello.

We haven’t seen wholesale changes from the SM6 models but anyone upgrading from SM5 or SM4 will notice a major improvement.

Bob Vokey has refined some of his classic shapes and grinds and tweaked the centre of gravity locations to improve consistency.

Best golf wedges 2018

With six grinds to choose from, lofts from 46˚-62˚ and three finishes, the only way to get the best out of these wedges is to get a proper custom-fitting.

But if you’re not getting your wallet out from the looks alone, the feel, spin and performance will make it very hard not to.

Read and watch our full review here

SRP: £150

More information can be found on the Vokey website.