The grind and bounce options, I feel, are getting completely out of hand. I've played Cleveland wedges my entire life, but not against other options. It used to be easy to get a simple low-bounce "digging" wedge but now it seems a bit of a challenge with all the grind options out there. What the h3ll am I looking for if I want a low-bounce wedge that I can also open up and get creative around the greens?
My home track consists of extremely hard, clay-like ground so I prefer the low bounce option in a wedge.
Break it down for me please