Since making a splash in late 2016 with its Kirkland Signature golf balls, Costco re-entered the fray earlier this year with its KS1 putter, and it appears that another line of products is on its way.
Recently, three Kirkland Signature wedges (52, 56 and 60 degrees) appeared on the USGA conforming clubs list, which means they are approved for play.
While we don’t have much information yet on the wedges by way of design, price or public release date, the entry on the USGA list does provide some helpful hints. For example, the wedges have the words “milled face technology” on the back cavity, and “steel” engraved on the hosel. If you were wondering whether the Kirkland Signature wedges had milled faces, that appears to answer your question.
The wedges, which are manufactured by the Southern California Design Company, which is based out of Carlsbad, California, a hotspot for original equipment manufacturers such as Titleist, Callaway, TaylorMade, Adams, Cobra-Puma and others.
Unfortunately, anything beyond what’s available on the USGA website at this point would be pure speculation. We don’t know for sure if they are coming to retail, or how much they will cost. For reference, though, the KS1 putters sold for $139.99 in-store and $149.99 online.
Stay tuned for more information from Costco about its Kirkland Signature wedges.
Article originally appeared on: Golf.com