End of the line for Scor Wedges

Since they were launched at the 2012 PGA Golf Show in Orlando, the revolutionary Scor4161 wedges have gained a well deserved reputation for quality and performance. Sadly this line of excellent wedges has now been discontinued.

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The main reason why this successful product has been phased out is the fact that the parent company has acquired the Ben Hogan brand and has launched a completely new range of forged Ben Hogan irons and wedges, which incorporate many of the innovative design features of Scor wedges. You can check out these new clubs on the Ben Hogan Golf website.

We have asked if this new range might be made available to us as components, but so far we have received no definite answer. So the current situation is that our stock of new Scor components is virtually finished and there is no possibility of getting more. It appears the Scor website is still taking online orders but for how long this might continue is anyone’s guess.

We do however still have all our Scor fitting clubs which we are selling off at less than half price. They offer great value for money as most of them have hardly been used. If you are interested in purchasing any of these then please call us at 01334 828090 for details of available lofts and shafts. 

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4 Responses to End of the line for Scor Wedges

  1. Robert Hakkert says:

    Hi,
    I am looking for a 55 degrees scor wedge.
    Do you still have one!
    Regards,
    Robert Hakkert

  2. Victoria L Woodcock says:

    I have Scor wedges and love them. I have 2 that I don’t use a 41 and 45 degree loft with an A-Flex shaft. I wonder if you have anything from a 54 degree to 60 degree head, if you have 2 heads, I would be interested. May I use the shafts from the 41 and 45 degree clubs?

    Thanks

    • ed says:

      Sorry Victoria we don’t have any Scor wedge heads left in stock. Yes I agree they were great wedges and if you do manage to get any heads you could use your current shafts as long as they are not obviously damaged.

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