The Verdict: The idea that the USGA's rollback on groove performance was a deterrent apparently never reached the engineers at Ping. They say the milled Glide 2.0 has "sharper groove edges than any previous Ping wedge." The grooves (tailored to each loft) generate more spin than the original Glide wedges because of precisely milled edges that grab more of the ball. The four sole grinds range from narrow (preferred by short-game specialists) to wide (for deep divot-takers who require more forgiveness).
Loft: 17 options (46-60 degrees), 4 sole grinds
Street Price: $140