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By Tom Landers | Published  01/12/2015 | Product of the Week | Unrated
Hopkins Wedges
Product of the Week, October 28, 2013

Hopkins Golf Wedges


Hopkins Golf allows customers to design wedges on the company’s website and order them directly from Hopkins Golf instead of buying them through traditional retail outlets.

To remove any risk, the company offers a “No Questions Asked,” 30-day return policy. If for any reason the buyer is not happy with the firm’s wedges, they can let the company know and send them back for an exchange or full refund, with Hopkins paying for shipping.

All Hopkins wedges are crafted the same way the company makes them for its Tour players. They are made of 8620 Carbon Steel, un-chromed, for great feel and rusting purposes; have grooves that have maximum USGA dimensions for increased spin; have Tour-authentic components, such as Lamkin grips, True Temper and KBS shafts; come in six different custom grinds; and feature custom personalization, including engraving, stamping and custom colors.

www.HopkinsGolf.com

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