RTX 4 Raw. 50 mid, 56 full and 60 mid. Stock TIS400's. Great wedges!
PW currently Tommy Armour Silverback 845C 47 loft bounce unknown. Soon Titleist 735-CM stainless 47 loft 8 bounce
Gap Vokey Spin Milled C-C 52 loft 12 bounce (custom 6 digit serial number)
Sand/Lob Vokey Raw Mild Steel 58 loft 12 bounce
I typically carry 4 wedges;
Mizuno PW that comes with my set: 46 degrees (140 yards full swing)
Vokey SM7 48.10 F grind (130 yards)
Vokey SM7 52.08 F grind (120 yards)
Vokey SM7 58.10 S grind (105 yards)
The 58 gets a lot of use. The S grind is versatile and can be used for full shots, as well as flops. Just enough bounce to give you help out of the trap. The others I mainly use for full shots. For my home course, an average approach shot is about 150 yards, so I like to have pretty tight 10 yard gaps from 120-160 as that is where most of my approaches fall.
I've also found the SM7s feel far superior (softer) to my previous SM5s.
Cleveland RTX-3 CB wedges. 52, 54, 60 deg All two dot (medium bounce).
For me 60 deg anything inside 40 yds, but I can hit it 60 yds.
40-70 yds and out of sand, unless pop-up needed, the 56 deg.
70-90 yds the 52 deg.
90 - 115 yds PW (48 deg).
PW Mizuno MP20 MMC 46.06 Don’t use for chipping 130ish
all T20s are in the Blue Ion finish
51.09 Mizuno T20 S Grind. Use for chips to bump and run 120ish
56.10 Mizuno T20 C Grind. Bunker shots and the majority of chips around the green, I was playing without a Lob wedge but I did order one today. Also my 110 and in club
61.07 Mizuno T20 C Grind. Just ordered it as alluded to above. Will use for standard lob shots and I’ll probably put some practice in for some more finesse.
Use the same shafts as my irons, Project X 6.5 +0.5” and clubs are 2* Flat
I play two wedges because I have a minimalist setup. A 60 deg. TourTools (Bang) System 304 and a 50 deg. GW Acer XV Tour. They are both smallish which I like. My home course is hilly and has elevated hard greens and I rarely play at other courses.
12 deg. Bang - 16 deg. Hybrid Heater - Acer XV Tour irons - LW Bang - Bang mallet
Cobra Fly-Z 10° | Aldila Tour Green 65S
Cobra Fly-Z 14.5° | Aldila Tour Blue 75S
Cobra F9 Speedback Tour 17.5° | HZRDUS Smoke 70S
Cleveland CG16 4-PW | N.S. Pro 1040GH
Cleveland RTX 4.0 50° Mid | TT DG S400
Cleveland Custom RTX 2.0 54° Mid / 58° Low | TT DG S400
Odyssey Toulon Las Vegas H7
I guess I never answered my own question, though my specs are in my sig.
My motley bunch of wedges:
Titleist sandwich on TaylorMade bread
Been carrying a 55* Ram TW855 and Maltby Design 60* on top of my 51* PW. Bounce for those two is around 10* to 12* for the 55, and I believe 6* on the 60.
When I play my 47* PW, I carry a Dynacraft milled 52 with 12* bounce, and a Wilson Staff PMP 58*, which checks in at 10* bounce.
All are Callaway MD5
I use all for full and partial swings. Lob wedge is my bunker club. 54 is my most versatile, and I use it for most shots between 50 and 100 yards.
All Cleveland. CBX2 for 48/9 and 54/12 in satin, with an RTX4 Raw 60/9 bent to 59/8.
I use the 60* only for harder green side sand, while the 54* gets used for most of my wedge needs.
I really like the 48* for my bump and runs.
PING G410 Plus 9* Fujikura Atmos Blue TS 6
Cobra KING Speedzone FW 14.5* 3W Graphite Design AD-DI
Cobra KING F9 Hybrid 21* Fujikura Atmos 7 TS Red
Cobra KING F9 Hybrid 24* Fujikura Atmos 7 TS Red
Cobra Forged Tec 6-PW $-Taper Lite
Cleveland CBX2 48* KBS C-Taper
Cleveland CBX2 54* KBS C-Taper
Cleveland RTX 4 60* TT DG S400
PING Heppler Anser 2 / Evnroll 1.2 Tour Blade
2019 Taylormade TP5 ball
Any feedback on mizuno sc 18 vs bettinardi version 2 vs wilson pmp grind. Bettinardi is rhe po revious version
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