What wedges do you keep in your bag?
Not much of an exciting topic, but if you're like me, you find these clubs special. I've always wondered what wedges everyone commonly prefers to have in there bag. I personally carry 56 and 60 degree Cleveland wedges that were made about 15 years ago as they were the first that were given to me in my first golf set and I still use them to this day. I also find that they are also the most commonly used wedge degrees. I do however love having a 52 degree for certain par 3's because of the loft and distance it's able to carry. I was turned on to it by a buddy of mine who I started playing with a few months back. He let me use it the first couple times we played together and I decided I had to get one for myself just because of how versatile it is for my style of play. Great for lay ups, lobs from 120 yards out, bump and runs, distance bunkers, etc. I actually prefer it to a pitching wedge in most cases. However, I learned to play with the 56 and 60 and my short game is shaped around those two clubs. My 60 is my most used club as I feel more confident with my chips onto the green and I get a better open feel when hitting out of the bunkers with it than my 56 sand wedge. If you had to carry two wedges for the rest of your life, what would they be (degree, make, model) and why?
Taylormade M3 10.5, Mitsubishi Tensei Red 50
Taylormade M3 3H, Mitsubishi Tensei Blue 70
Taylormade Fairway Rescue 3 & 5 Wood
Callaway X20 Tour Irons, Project X Flighted Steel (TTIP) 5.0
Cleveland TA5 Irons, True Tempered Dynamic Gold Steel
Ben Hogan 5610 SW
Cleveland 588 Tour Action 60 deg Wedge
Cleveland 588 Tour Action 52 deg Wedge
Odyssey White Hot 2-Ball
Bridgestone Tour B XS