Wedge bounce is the angle created between the leading edge and the lowest point of the sole or trailing edge. This is the area of the club that hits through the ground as it contacts the ball. The greater the wedge bounce degree, the higher the leading edge is off the surface at address.
What are standard bounce wedges standard bounce wedges are the most common type of wedge. Most wedges purchased off the shelf in a store are going to fall in this standard bounce category. These standard bounce wedges are going to range between seven and ten degrees of bounce.
In general, lob wedges have 0 to 10 degrees of bounce, pitching wedges have 2 to 5 degrees of bounce and gap wedges have 5 to 12 degrees of bounce, according to learn about golf.
bounce is a golf term referring to the lowest part of the sole of a wedge, that part of the wedge sole that is actually in contact with the ground at address and that causes the front of the sole to be off the ground at address.