The wedge category has been left in the dust of the golf equipment technology race. The big brands' new wedges look just like their old wedges -- the same design, same old lofts, with the same old specialized soles and heavy and stiff shafts… Can new graphics and subtle sole changes really help you shoot lower scores? The answer is "no"… and that's why SCOR Golf has completely reinvented the short end of your set to give you the most advanced and accurate scoring tools ever.
Low SCOR Guarantee
If your SCOR4161 precision scoring clubs are not the best you have ever played, return them within 30-days and SCOR Golf will buy you any other brand wedges you think you will like more. Why do we offer such a bold guarantee?
Because we are so confident your short game will improve that we put our money where our mouth is.
You can hit your new scoring clubs with confidence knowing they are backed by a SCOR Golf lifetime warranty against any defects in material and workmanship.
SCOR4161 Golfer Reviews
CONGRATULATIONS SCOR, ON AN EXCEPTIONAL CLUB AND INNOVATIVE DESIGN
Posted by Unknown on Friday, August 31, 2012
Some final thoughts on these clubs… it's simple, the SCOR 4161 wedges are replacing my PW, Gap, Sand and Lob wedges, something I really didn't think could ever happen. At best, I thought that MAYBE they could replace my Sand and Lob Wedge, as they're 5‐6 years old, but alas - all 4 wedges are welcomed additions to my bag. Congratulations SCOR, on an exceptional club and innovative design. You've sold me and that's no easy task.
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Posted by Chas R on Friday, August 31, 2012
I replaced my spin milled pokeys with Scor. They are the nicest looking wedges I've ever played… solid feel!
Posted by Unknown on Friday, August 31, 2012
I have been playing for over thirty years and these are the best wedges I have ever played! Versatility is second to none! Feel is off the charts! Looking down towards the wedges just inspires confidence in your going to hit a good shot! The Scor System is for real! Take the plunge! You'll be glad you did!
They give my short game a big confidence boost.
Posted by Larry B on Wednesday, May 9, 2012
I just purchased the 50 and 55, and can't describe how good they feel. They give my short game a big confidence boost. After recently taking up golf again, I have a lot of work to do on my game as a whole, but my short game has taken a big leap forward.
I'd put another three or four in my bag in a heartbeat.
Posted by Andrew B on Wednesday, May 9, 2012
I put a score 51 degree in my bag a few weeks ago. Its one of the few wedges I have found that is great for both full shots and delicate pitches and chips. On full swings it plays like an iron and on short shots it perform like a wedge should. The grind on the sole is truly innovative and allows for just about any shot out of any lie. I'd put another three or four in my bag in a heartbeat.
Posted by GDeaton on Monday, February 20, 2012
I now have the 55* and 60* of these wedges. I seriously have dropped about 4-5 strokes per round due to these clubs. My short game consistency is through the roof and I have been getting up and down from some tough spots. I am now pondering adding a few more SCORs to the bag. If you seem to struggle with wedges from difficult lies. The SCOR wedges are for you. I have yet to find a lie that I struggle with now. The 60* I have is the easiest 60* I have ever hit. I haven't had one in the bag for about 2 years until the SCOR. Thanks so much guys for making my short game come alive!
great at getting up close and personal with the ball
Posted by Tadashi70 on Saturday, February 11, 2012
I started really pondering these at the PGA Show when I saw how good looking they were. The chrome finish is not glaring, the weight is a bit heavier than my J40s and the heads are smaller.
The v-sole as many have stated is unique and allows for one to open the club face for various shots. When I open the 57* the leading edge is actually raised off the turf which makes one think you are going to belly the ball at impact. NOT the case, these clubs are great at getting up close and personal with the ball. I made is a point of hitting nippers every chance I got yesterday. The 57* degree loft combined with the v-sole really allowed for some low skippers into the greens with no issues.
I saw absolutely no digging with the wedges and I hit a very shots from maybe the only two wet spots in that arid golf course we played. Tight Texas lies where no problem either.
Great Wedge - Just Performs
Posted by Damon on Tuesday, December 13, 2011
I had a chance to take the SCOR's out to the course this weekend. I own a 54* and 58*, standard loft/lie, with the Firm steel shaft. Here are my thoughts/results:
*** Full Shots: Hit 3 full shots, 2 with the 54* and 1 with the 58*. Overall, very satisfied as distance was spot on. I did leave 1 shot out to the right and into a bunker, but this was due to my thinking the lie would cause the ball to start more left than it did. User error. All 3 shots were crisp, nice ball flight, and pretty much stopped where they dropped.
*** Partial Shots: I hit 4 shots from 45 - 75 yards. 3 of them were perfect - half swing, aggressive through the ball, nice low ball flight, and stopped within 10 feet of the hole. On the 4th, I took too big a swing, decelerated, hit it fat, and ended up chunking the shot about 30 yards. User error on that swing. I did get the next pitch up and down though to save par. Again, overall very satisfied.
*** Chips: I only had 4 chip shots. 3 from bermuda rough, 1 from the fringe. From the bermuda rough, I did have an issue in not knowing how hard to swing. I kept leaving the ball short. I think I just need to be a little more aggressive with the forward swing and I should get better results. From the fringe, I chipped it to about 2 feet.
*** Sand Shots. WOW! I had 3 green side sand shots. 2 short (15 - 20 or so feet), 1 longish (40 feet) and from 2 different sand types. All three I just popped out using an open clubface and aggressive swing, and the ball came out high, soft, and with tons of spin. I got up and down all 3 times, a first for me.
I made 2 birdies, 3 sand par saves, and 1 chip par save after using the SCOR Wedges.
Posted by Roy Gilbert on Wednesday, November 23, 2011
I have played Callaway wedges for the last 10 years which I thought I was happy with, until I bought the SCOR wedges. Right out of the box, I hit 5 wedge shots that were right on the money! The ball marks on the face of the club was right in the sweet spot! I have the 54 & 58 degree. The ball stops very quickly out of the sand as well, so you can go right at the pin with these wedges. Looking to fill out my set very soon.
All I have to say is WOW!
Posted by Anu S on Sunday, November 13, 2011
Well I have about 4 rounds in with the new wedges. All I have to say is WOW! I have played Vokey, Mizuno, Hogan, Cleveland, and Pelz. I must say this is the best wedge I have played. The distances were spot on! I make solid contact over and over again. It slices through the rough and is quite easy off tight lies. I never dug the club into the ground off a tight light. The club is balanced beautifully. At address the club does not look awkward to me the way the Vokey's did. I cannot remember any mishits with the club. For Christmas I will treat myself to a 50 or 49 degree (currently I have the 54 and 59).