As in length of club, no. As in distance it is used to hit the ball, no.
An H wedge has a loft of 64 degrees on average and is used to produce an even higher arc than a lob wedge to have little or no roll when the ball hits the target area. A G wedge ,or gap wedge, has a loft of between 45 and 56 degrees. It's use is to fill the distance gap between the Sand and Pitching wedges.
Golf uses a wedge. A wedge is a type of golf club and golfers mainly use it for hitting the golf ball out of the bunker. (sand pit).
Believe it or not, the club which spins most in the bag is a 9 iron. However, you have asked which wedge. It all depends on which grooves are on the club and if the face is milled.
You would normally use a sand wedge or lob wedge. However, if you cannot get onto the green you should consider playing out sideways or backwards. If you decide not to play it you make take an unplayable lie, two club lengths from where the ball lies, keeping that point between you and the flag, no nearer the hole.
You mean which club hits the ball the highest? A lob wedge would hit the ball the highest, the face angle on a lob wedge when square can be up to 64 degrees, and can easily be opened to effectively 90 degrees.
A sand wedge.
mass of the club
180 - 200 yards, depends on club specs and how good the player is.
In a normal set there are about 14 clubs. Each club is used for a different distance, or a different set up. For example: 1 wood (also known as a driver) is used to hit of the tee for a long distance. 5 iron- is used to hit the ball from the fairway (The smaller the number of the iron the longer distance it goes) Pitching Wedge- is used to chip the ball a short distance, and gettting it up in the air. Putter- is used on the green to put the ball in the hole