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Need a wedge recommendation

 JasonPetermann ·  
JasonPetermannJasonPetermann Members  545WRX Points: 142Handicap: 4Posts: 545 Golden Tee
Joined:  edited Sep 11, 2019 in Equipment #1

I play a 60* Callaway PM Grind 19. I LOVE it out of the bunkers, but just do not acre for the feel of it on full shots. It does ok, but I would like to find something with a more traditional shape that is just as good out of the bunker, but is nice for full shots as well. I am looking at a Vokey, and am wondering what grind might be similar. Never played Vokeys before...

PS - I played off of the hard Oklahoma ground...

Posted:
TaylorMade Sim Max 10.5 w/ Stock Ventus Red
Callaway Mavrik 5 wood w/Ventus Blue (velocore)
Ping G410 4 Hybrid w/Alta CB 70
Ping G410 5 hybrid w/Alta CB 70
Callaway Apex Pro 5-AW w/Steel Fiber i80
Callaway MD4 - 54
Callaway MD5 - 60
PXG Bat Attack
Callaway Chrome Soft/Z-Star
Sun Mountain 2017 Sync
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  • Tampajoe3Tampajoe3 Members  324WRX Points: 84Posts: 324 Greens
    Joined:  edited Sep 11, 2019 #2

    Why not stay with the Callaway line? IMO, the MD 4 is the best wedge they've made to date. I like the C grind. I know they have just announced the new Jaws MD 5 wedge though.

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    Callaway Epic Flash w/ Aldila Rogue Silver 60
    Callaway Epic Flash 3-wood with Aldila Rogue Silver 60
    Callaway X2 Hot 3 hybrid with Aldila Tour Green
    Cobra F6 4-5 hybrid with Matrix Red Tie
    Callaway Apex 19  6-AW irons with Nippon Modus 105
    Callaway MD Forged 52 with Nippon 990 shaft
     Callaway MD4 56 with Nippon Modus 105
    Callaway MD4 60 with Nippon Modus 105
    Odyssey Exo #7 or O-works #7 or Odyssey Works #7 or Bettinardi Studio Stock 9
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  • JasonPetermannJasonPetermann Members  545WRX Points: 142Handicap: 4Posts: 545 Golden Tee
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    I could stay with that line. And the X grind looks great for tight lies. I am just worried about it our of the sand. The PM grind is MONEY out of sand

    Posted:
    TaylorMade Sim Max 10.5 w/ Stock Ventus Red
    Callaway Mavrik 5 wood w/Ventus Blue (velocore)
    Ping G410 4 Hybrid w/Alta CB 70
    Ping G410 5 hybrid w/Alta CB 70
    Callaway Apex Pro 5-AW w/Steel Fiber i80
    Callaway MD4 - 54
    Callaway MD5 - 60
    PXG Bat Attack
    Callaway Chrome Soft/Z-Star
    Sun Mountain 2017 Sync
  • BrianM18BrianM18 Members  105WRX Points: 60Posts: 105 Fairways
    Joined:  #4

    i like the S grind in my vokey, just simple square face shots

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  • HappyGilmore22HappyGilmore22 Members  749WRX Points: 233Handicap: 3Posts: 749 Golden Tee
    Joined:  #5

    Vokey SM7 60.10 S grind seems like it would work the best for you in a Vokey considering you play off hard turf. Would have recommended the D grind which I use in my lob wedge and it works great for bunker and full shots, but 12 deg bounce might be a bit too high for playing off hard pan.

    Posted:
    Titleist TS3 8.5 deg - Mitsubishi Diamana DF 70 TX
    Titleist TS3 15 deg - Project X Even Flow T1100 White 85 6.5
    Titleist 816 H2 19 deg - Mitsubishi Diamana D+ 90 X
    Titleist T200 4-5, T100 6-PW - Project X 6.5
    Titleist Vokey SM7 Jet Black 50.12 F, 54.10 S, 58.12 D - TT DG TI S400
    Scotty Cameron Special Select Newport 2
  • LaznastyLaznasty The Amazing Golf Ball Whacker Guy Valparaiso, IndianaMembers  825WRX Points: 261Posts: 825 Golden Tee
    Joined:  #6

    mizuno t20 wedge

    Posted:
    Ping G410+ -- VA Nemesys
    Callaway Epic Flash SZ 5W -- AD-DI 70x
    PXG 0317x 22° -- Nippon G.O.S.T.
    PXG 0311P 4-Gw --Nippon Modus 120x
    EPON Tour Spin Wedge 54° 58° -- shimada tour wedge
    Lamb Crafted Camden -- BGT Stability Tour

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