The Watson Wedge
The wedge used by Tom Watson to make a chip that was “heard around the world”. “In the final round of the 1982 Open, Watson found the deep rough along the left of the 17th green, pin-high. Before he played, Watson’s caddie, the late Bruce Edwards, told him, “Get it close.” Watson said, “Get it close? Hell, I’m going to make it.” And he did, chipping in for a birdie to record on of the most famous shots in golf history.
The wedge show in these photos is a 100% accurate copy of the Tom’s famous wedge. He had 100 of these made and is selling them with the proceeds going to the “First Tee”.