Our RAKE Wedges have been getting a lot of attention by golf publications recently. The wedges have been given a great review from Colorado Avid Golfer, the state’s most trusted golf, lifestyle and travel information resource . “Golfers loyal to brands such as Vokey, Cleveland, Scratch, SCOR, Fourteen, or Hopkins get hives at the very thought of switching and may well be proficient enough from sand not to require the extra assistance. Continue reading →

Our RAKE Wedge series have been given another great review, this time from the team at New England Golf Monthly, the #1 read golf publication in the New England region. See below for an excerpt “…distinct On-Set Leading Edge enters the hitting area sooner than a standard wedge, creating a higher angle of attack, making it easier to launch the ball in the air with crisp contact from a variety of tough lies…fluffy/wet sand, hard pan, thick/wet rough and tight lies.”  Click here to read the rest of the review Continue reading →

Steve Zahn, from US Golf TV, recently took the RAKE Wedge series for a test drive, and was pleased with the results. “I found it very responsive to the ball strike and I could sense where the club was at all times. Continue reading →


The Point N Putt Putter, Rake Sand Wedge and Rake Lob Wedge have been given the stamp of approval in a review in the July issue of Golf Magazine (Australia). “PNP Golf have developed a range of short game clubs that aim to have you rolling in more putts and getting up and down more often…” “…we found playing out of thick grass considerably easier while still being able to check the ball on the green.” “After using this putter for several weeks, you find yourself hitting more confident strokes with much clearer thoughts…” Read the full review by clicking here Continue reading →

American golfing magazine Cascade Golfer did a great editorial on the Point N Putt putter and Rake wedge series in their June magazine. “PGA Tour golfers like Brian Gay and Mike Weir each travel with a Rake wedge, which received full USGA approval last November.  Continue reading →