What clubs do you generally chip/pitch with green side?

NorbooNorboo Members Posts: 2,216 ✭✭
I generally carry my 50*, 58* and putter around the green side, but use the 50* the most.
Driver: Ping G400 Max 10.5 Stock Alta (need shaft fitting)
Fairway Wood: Ryoma F3 and F5
Hybrid: Ping G400 3 & 5
Irons: OnOff Kuro 2015 6 - PW
Wedge: Cleveland CBX 50, 58
Putter: Honma CB8055 since 1989
Ball: TaylorMade TP5X

Backup/Benched
Driver: Ping G20
Fairway Wood: Tour Edge EX10 Beta 4 wood GD Tour AD F
Hybrid: Ping G400 4 hybrid
Putter: S.C. Golo 3

Club hoe, builder, fitter and tester as hobbyist since 1993
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  • DK<80DK<80 Members Posts: 271 ✭✭
    Depends. Most of the time my 60°. My 54° for longer/upslope shots to run out a bit more and 64° when I'm super short sided. My 60° opened up can get up quickly but it just doesn't have the "bite" like my 64°
    TaylorMade SLDR 430 12°
    Titleist 917F2 15°
    TaylorMade r9 19°
    Cleveland Classic 4h 23°
    Titleist 712 AP2 (5-PW)
    Cleveland 588 RTG (54°, 60°, 64°)
    Nike Method Core MC-4iX
  • kmay__kmay__ Members Posts: 254 ✭✭
    Used to use my set 49* gap wedge a ton, since upgrading my wedges I'm using my 54 for most greenside shots...fringe shots I close down on my pw for a bump and run, maybe a 9. But for actual chips around the green I'm using my 54 for most shots now, unless I need to get it higher in which case the 60 comes out, but I've learned to only use the 60 when I have to.
    TM 17' M2 9.5*
    Cobra Baffler 3w 16*
    PING G30 4h 22*
    TM R11 5 - PW
    Mizuno MP-T5 50*, 54*
    Callaway PM Grind 60* (the greasy Phil)
    SC studio select Newport 2 mid-slant
  • gbartkogbartko Whooooo! Members Posts: 663 ✭✭
    54 F grind

    Ping Rapture 12.5
    TEE CB4 Tour 16.5
    Callaway x2Hot Pro 20/23
    Ping i E1 5-U
    Ping Glide ES 54.5/60
    Ping iN Half Wack-e
    Titleist DT TruSoft

  • Golfer4LifeGolfer4Life “Don’t bother me with your pettiness” Lake Placid, N.Y. Whiteface G.C.ClubWRX Posts: 2,326 ✭✭
    54 or 58 TVD.
    PING 400 Max and a Bag full of PXG’s.......
    Non Titleist Cameron Welded Neck 35/330g SC 009
    “Check your Ego at the Club House and Play the Correct Tees”
  • SammyShafSammyShaf Members Posts: 290 ✭✭
    50* if I have a long distance to cover, 60* if it is shorter.



    I spend a disproportionate amount of time practicing with the lob wedge, so I am more likely to flop it close than to play high percentage shot with less loft.
    If anything can go right, it might!
  • ZigzogZigzog Members Posts: 170 ✭✭
    8 iron if no real slope, 58 if a lot of up slope
    [font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif]Taylormade M3 Driver 9.5 - Graphite Design AD Di - 6S
    Callaway Epic SZ 3 Wood - Graphite Design AD Di - 7S

    PXG - 19 - 0317 X Hybrid - Fujikura 72 S

    Wilson V6 - 4 - GW - DG - S300 AMT

    Callaway Mack Daddy 4 - 56 and 60

    Edel E2 [/font]
  • MahamiltoMahamilto NYCMembers Posts: 1,922 ✭✭
    55 SM7 S grind is stud for getting a tad of run

    60 Vokey Special Grind V-Grind from the sand and rough

    64 Vokey Red-saw (hey... still gravy for a few more years) when I need real bite.
    Titleist TS3 - 9.75* - HZRDUS Smoke Black 60g 6.5 (D1 Setting, STD Fade)
    Titleist 917F2 - 15*, Diamana S+ LTD 80TX (B1 Setting, 16g Fade)
    Titleist 818 H1 - 19*, Tensei Pro White 90TX (B1 Setting, 12g Fade)
    Titleist 716 T-MB 4-iron - KBS C-Taper 130x
    Titleist 716 T-MB 5-9-iron - DG AMT x100
    Titleist 718 AP2 PW, 50* - DG AMT x100
    Titleist SM7 55* S-Grind - DG AMT x100
    Titleist SM2 59.12* - DG Tour Issue x100
    Evnroll ER6-B
    Bridgestone Tour BX
    Titleist Staff Stand Bag
  • IvyguyIvyguy Members Posts: 1,447 ✭✭
    I try like no ones business to incorporate the 60 degree, I am just far more effective opening a 52 and gaining a bit more spin and control (added bonus of more bounce).



    I am fairly feeble with my wedges. Seve would be embarrassed for me with my wedge play.
  • Brentwalker52Brentwalker52 Members Posts: 167 ✭✭
    I use my 8 iron pretty sure that screams I’m a hack but it works for me
    Taylormade 2017 M1 10.5
    Callway x hot 3w
    Taylormade 2016 M1 5w
    Wilson d100 4-Gw
    Nike Engage 52,56,60
    Odyssey Crimson Red Putter
  • ZigzogZigzog Members Posts: 170 ✭✭


    I use my 8 iron pretty sure that screams I'm a hack but it works for me




    Not at all, I do the same and play to scratch/+1 image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
    [font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif]Taylormade M3 Driver 9.5 - Graphite Design AD Di - 6S
    Callaway Epic SZ 3 Wood - Graphite Design AD Di - 7S

    PXG - 19 - 0317 X Hybrid - Fujikura 72 S

    Wilson V6 - 4 - GW - DG - S300 AMT

    Callaway Mack Daddy 4 - 56 and 60

    Edel E2 [/font]
  • bobcatbobcat Members Posts: 3,920 ✭✭
    edited Nov 23, 2018 #12
    My set of (3) 2011 Cleveland Niblick Hybrid Wedges are 'ideal' for those shots!... image/yes.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':yes:' />



    Post edited by Unknown User on
    What's in Bobcat's Bag? (Showing more than 14 clubs due to options)

    Driver: TM 2015 9.5* SLDR-C - 45.5" Miyazaki Kusala Black 61s (tipped 1/2")
    Fairway: TM Tour-iussue V-Steel 15* 3W - 43.25" Fujikura 757 Speeder Stiff
    Hybrid Fairway: TM Rescue Fairway 15* '3-Strong'- 42.75" Fujikura VP-90 Stiff
    Hybrids: TM Rescue-Mid TP's 19*(3H) & 22*(4H) - Fujikura Vista Pro 90 Stiff
    Driving Irons: TM TP UDI's 16* (#1) & 20* (#3) - KBS C-Taper Lite 110 Stiff Shafts
    Irons: TM 2015 SLDR Irons (5-8i only) - KBS C-Taper Lite 110 Stiff Flex Steel
    Hybrid Wedges: Cleveland 2011 Niblicks - 42*PW /49*DW / 56*SW - Stock Steel
    Wedge: 2011 Cleveland CG-16 Black Pearl 58*/8* (SW/LW) - Stock Steel Shaft
    Putter: Bettinardi BBX-81 Blade - 35" Bettinardi Stock Steel Putter Shaft
  • justbringit5151justbringit5151 Members Posts: 125 ✭✭
    Use my 58 90% of the time
  • Pete O'TubePete O'Tube Members Posts: 327 ✭✭
    edited Nov 23, 2018 #14
    Depends on the distance and amount of check available. Most of the time I'll use my 52 Vokey SM 5. If it's rock hard, I may go down to 9 iron. 58 SM 5 if I need to get it airborne.



    Just to illustrate how things change as golf courses change, I used to use a 7 iron almost exclusively. Greens were slower so it was easier to control and a 1968 Slazenger Plus 7 iron probably had the same loft as a modern 9 iron..
    Ping G400 10.5 deg Ping Tour 80 S
    Ping G25 4 wood Ping Tour 80 S
    Ping G10 18 deg Hybrid
    4 - 6 Mizuno MP18 MMC FliHi Recoil F3 95g Reg
    7 - W Mizuno MP18 SC Recoil F3 95g Reg
    53.09 Vokey SM5
    58.08 Vokey SM5

    Ping B60 50th Anniversary/ Since 1959 Anser/ 1985 BeCu Anser



  • uwhockey14uwhockey14 Members Posts: 258 ✭✭
    Whatever the situation calls for... don't rely on one club over any other....
    Titleist 913D2/D3 (8.5) Stiff Diamana
    Titleist 906F2 15* Aldila NV Stiff
    Cleveland LDi 21*
    Titleist 681 4-PW (Project X 5.5)
    Mizuno MP T-Series Forged Wedges (56,60)
    Cobra Greg Norman (U-Model) Putter "Boss of the moss"
    Ping Hoofer (Wisconsin Badgers)
    Driver Cover (Black Lab)
    3-Wood Cover (USA knit pom pom)
    Putter Cover (Team USA 2016 Ryder Cup)
  • macedanmacedan Members Posts: 217 ✭✭
    54* SM5 M grind a majority of the time, I am very comfortable opening and closing the face with the M Grind. Although I have no problem using an iron or even the occasional 5 wood to chip with.
    Ping G400 10*
    Mizuno ST180 3W 15*
    Taylormade Aeroburner 5W 18*
    Ping G Crossover 21*
    Taylormade Rocketbladez (5-PW)
    Cleveland CBX 50/11
    Titleist Vokey SM5 54/10
    Cleveland RTX-3 58/9
    Taylormade Spider Tour Black
    Taylormade RBZ Urethane | Project A
    Bag: Taylormade Flextech Lite Black/Green
  • larryd3larryd3 Members Posts: 581 ✭✭
    Usually my vokey 48 but depends on length, lie and how flat or sloping the area is.
    TM M4
    Epic 15*
    816 H1 19*
    816 H1 24*
    PXG 0311 5-gw
    54* SM6 M
    58* SM7 S
    PXG Operator H
  • HappyGilmore22HappyGilmore22 Members Posts: 167 ✭✭
    Used to only use my 52 deg vokey and loved this until I changed my wedge setup. Now use my 50 or 54 deg depending on the situation.
    Driver: TaylorMade M5 8.5 deg - Mitsubishi Tensei Pro Orange 70x
    3 Wood: TaylorMade M1 13.5 deg - Fujikura Evolution 757 7.2 Tour Spec x 3 wood
    Hybrid: Titleist 816 H2, 19 deg - Mitsubishi Diamana D+ 90x
    Irons: Titleist TMB 718 4 iron, AP2 718 5-PW - TT DG X7
    Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM7 slate blue 50.12 F TT DG X7, 54.10 S and 60.08 M DG S400 TI
    Putter: Scotty Cameron Select Squareback 1.5
  • CwebbCwebb Members Posts: 5,877 ✭✭
    I prefer to use "lower" lofted clubs whenever possible to get a bump and release....instead of a bounce bounce check. So I'll go all the way down to a low 30's loft club, if only a few feet of carry is necessary with a lot of green afterwards
  • PawtucketPawtucket Members Posts: 177
    I've been known to be a coward and attempt to putt from 2 feet into the rough.



    "I'll give it a little more" I say quietly, so that the nearest person knows this is on purpose



    Followed by the ball either hardly making the green, or smashing it all the way across into another tuft of rough
    whats in the bag?
    Cobra f8+ cut 1"
    Cobra F7 fairway
    Srixon z355
    Cleveland 48 wedge
    Ping 54 wedge
    Ping 58 ES wedge
    TM Soto putter
  • ThinkingPlusThinkingPlus South TexasClubWRX Posts: 1,545 ClubWRX
    Anything from an 8i (36°) to a 58° wedge (including putter of course). It all depends upon lie, slope, green speed, etc... .
    Driver: Callaway GBB Epic 9° w/Project X HZRDUS T800 65 gm 6.0 flex
    3W: Callaway Rogue w/Project X Evenflow 5.5 Graphite R-flex
    Hybrids: Callaway Apex 3h, 4h w/MR Kuro Kage 80HY S-flex
    Irons: Maltby TS-1 5i-GW w/KBS Tour R-flex
    Sand Wedge: Titleist Vokey SM7 54/08 M Grind w/KBS Tour R-Flex
    Lob Wedge: Titleist Vokey SM6 58/04 L Grind w/TT Wedge Flex
    Putter: Scotty Cameron Futura X w/Super Stroke Mid Slim 2.0
    Ball: Titleist AVX in yellow
  • BuzzkillBuzzkill Marshals Posts: 6,761 mod
    Cwebb wrote:


    I prefer to use "lower" lofted clubs whenever possible to get a bump and release....instead of a bounce bounce check. So I'll go all the way down to a low 30's loft club, if only a few feet of carry is necessary with a lot of green afterwards




    Same for me. I use any iron with the lowest loft to just carry fringe and run out.
    Cleveland, Nike, Taylormade, Titleist, Vessel
    Location:  Colorado Springs, CO
    Handicap:  3
  • NorbooNorboo Members Posts: 2,216 ✭✭
    uwhockey14 wrote:


    Whatever the situation calls for... don't rely on one club over any other....




    Riding around the carts seems to limit club choices. IMO
    Driver: Ping G400 Max 10.5 Stock Alta (need shaft fitting)
    Fairway Wood: Ryoma F3 and F5
    Hybrid: Ping G400 3 & 5
    Irons: OnOff Kuro 2015 6 - PW
    Wedge: Cleveland CBX 50, 58
    Putter: Honma CB8055 since 1989
    Ball: TaylorMade TP5X

    Backup/Benched
    Driver: Ping G20
    Fairway Wood: Tour Edge EX10 Beta 4 wood GD Tour AD F
    Hybrid: Ping G400 4 hybrid
    Putter: S.C. Golo 3

    Club hoe, builder, fitter and tester as hobbyist since 1993
  • JackalJackal Members Posts: 530 ✭✭
    For bump and run-8 iron, 9, & pw.

    Most of my chips are with my 50°, and it rolls out a little.



    If I want it to check quickly, the 53°.

    My 57° lob\sand is for sand only, or to clear a tall obstacle.
  • Bobb3rdownBobb3rdown Bothell, WAMembers Posts: 551 ✭✭
    Generally my 54°, unless I need to get the ball up fast and stop. Once the greens dry off from the morning dew i mainly play a low pitch and chip and run. Can do everything i need to with my 54
    Titleist 917d2 9.5
    Callaway diablo edge tour 15
    Adams A7 19
    Adam's pro mini 23
    Bridgestone J36 pc 5-pw
    Cleveland Rtx3 50,54,58
    Ping karsten piper
    2018 Players 5 stand bag
    Srixon Z Star xv
  • BIG STUBIG STU Members Posts: 11,296 ✭✭


    I use my 8 iron pretty sure that screams I'm a hack but it works for me
    No way shape of form does that scream hack---- What that screams to me is a man that knows his short game and what works--- If I was pared with you and you pulled the 8 iron out I would think---- "Utt ohh this man may not need his putter for the next shot"
  • BIG STUBIG STU Members Posts: 11,296 ✭✭
    uwhockey14 wrote:


    Whatever the situation calls for... don't rely on one club over any other....
    Dead on it I am the same way---- I do not carry but 2 wedges a 48* PW and a 56* SW-- Use the PW quite a bit hooded down or a 7 iron for the bump and run
  • rwc356rwc356 Chicago, IllinoisMembers Posts: 315 ✭✭
    With my hickories, I tend to use my mashie niblick (8-9 iron) with my modern clubs I tend to use my 50 deg gap wedge.



    Over the years, I have found more success using one club as opposed to different clubs based on distance, etc.
    Just an older guy with 7 or 8 clubs and a MacKenzie Walker bag
  • SubaruWRXSubaruWRX Members Posts: 3,281 ✭✭
    Depends on the lie and what shot is needed. I’ll use anything from a 60 to an 8 iron.
    “I think getting advice from guys who are sitting at the computer in their underwear while taking a break from **** is a very solid way to choose clubs.” - bluedot
  • mikpgamikpga www.mikedeitersgolf.com Members Posts: 7,368 ✭✭
    Just about anything...
  • Hogan9Hogan9 Members Posts: 52 ✭✭
    I use three different clubs on chips and pitches. If the flag is near the back of the green (assuming I'm short of the green), I use a pitching wedge, If it's in the middle I use a gap wedge. If it's on the front I use a sand wedge. If I have to clear a bunker or a large swell I use the sand wedge.
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