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Golfsmith, Golfworks, all of them sell a groove sharpener for around 10 bucks. Keep in mind, however, that your grooves will probably end up being illegal after a sharpening.
Now, if that isn't a concern for you, then go to town. They work pretty well for one sharpening, but then you're pretty well done.
New wedges are relatively cheap, I would just buck up and get some new sticks. New ladies in the bag always make you smile.
now i've heard people refer their cars, boats, etc "she" but never a golf club.. never thought of it that way...
and it makes sense, which goes to say that we have problems...
Yeah we remember, it was called a dremel.I've got a small set up files and have use one on wedge grooves. I imagine it has to widen them somewhat but can't be much. It's more like thinking of the edges as having been blunted or rounded and getting them back to flatter sides. It seemed to shred ball covers more for a few rounds but quickly went back to the way it was. That leads me to believe that only the very top edge was getting sharper but probably a very thin bit of metal that quickly blunted back again. Me, I'd get new wedges. I recently picked up some used ones with very little use. Big difference from the ones I'd been playing for well over a year.
Yeah we remember, it was called a dremel.