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ClevelandKyleClevelandKyle Members  34WRX Points: 43Posts: 34 Bunkers
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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?

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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

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  • USCdrifterUSCdrifter So CalMembers  47WRX Points: 86Handicap: 10Posts: 47 Bunkers
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    I used to do everything with my 56 & 60. I play blades with a PW @ 47. My wedges consist now consist of 50, 53, 56, 58. I been practicing a lot of short game in the last year or 2 and now use all my wedges. I mostly use my 50, 53 for bump and runs or inclines. my 56 is very versatile. I seldom use my 58 unless I'm playing very fast green and have little room to work with so essentially only certain courses. For my typical courses, I'm using a lot of 56 mixed in with 53 then 50 with almost no 58 usage. Now that I use less lofted wedges green side, I can play smaller swings and have less chance of blading across the green like I used to do a lot.
    I don't carry a wood so I use that spot for an extra wedge. I play driver and 2 hybrid @ 18 degrees.

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    Honma TW737-445 9.5° Driver - Honma Vizard 70g stiff
    Mizuno CLK 14° 1h Fujikura Speeder evo 75g
    Adams Pro Mini 2h 18° aldila tour green ATX85H-2.8S
    Adams Pro Mini 4h 23° Aldila tour green ATX85H-2.8S
    Cleveland 588 MB 5-PW47° S300 Endo forged
    Miura Forged 50° NSpro 950 GH
    Yururi Forged black raw 53°
    Honma TW-W 56°-8
    Cleveland TA 588 TA Japan Miura forged 58°-12
    Bobby Grace 2200 BeNi "Softie" putter
    Ping BECU Anser 4 w/ UST frequency filtered shaft

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  • SEP1006SEP1006 Pearland, Tx.ClubWRX  1356WRX Points: 372Handicap: 6.5 and trendingPosts: 1,356 ClubWRX
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    PW / GW - 0311P PXG GEN 2, same as irons
    54/12 and 58/06 - Ping Glide Stealth 2.0: best wedges I've ever played by far, very versatile.

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    DRIVER -    Taylor Made Sim Max 10.5* | Mitsubishi Tensei Red Regular
    3 WD -        Taylor Made M6 14* | Atmos Orange Stiff 
    HYBRIDS -  Adams Pro A12 -  2 / 3 / UST Mamiya VTS Silver Stiff
    IRONS -      PXG Gen 3 -  0311XP 5 - GW | Accra Tour 90i Stiff
    WEDGES -  Ping Stealth Glide 2.0 54-12 / 58-06 Wedges | Wedge Flex
    GRIPS -      JumboMax XL Ultralight grips on ALL 
    PUTTER -   PXG Gunboat H 
    BAG -          PXG Staff Bag
    BALLS -     Snell MTB Black / Pro V1






  • ClevelandKyleClevelandKyle Members  34WRX Points: 43Posts: 34 Bunkers
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    On -, @USCdrifter said:

    I used to do everything with my 56 & 60. I play blades with a PW @ 47. My wedges consist now consist of 50, 53, 56, 58. I been practicing a lot of short game in the last year or 2 and now use all my wedges. I mostly use my 50, 53 for bump and runs or inclines. my 56 is very versatile. I seldom use my 58 unless I'm playing very fast green and have little room to work with so essentially only certain courses. For my typical courses, I'm using a lot of 56 mixed in with 53 then 50 with almost no 58 usage. Now that I use less lofted wedges green side, I can play smaller swings and have less chance of blading across the green like I used to do a lot.
    I don't carry a wood so I use that spot for an extra wedge. I play driver and 2 hybrid @ 18 degrees.

    Wow a 2hy is an interesting choice. I don't see that club talked about in many forums. I must imagine that your iron game is stellar if you have a gap between your 2hy and 4 iron with no woods between. I'm interested to try different wedges as I know my swing works great with them. My next purchase is probably going to be a 50. I try to keep a 4 degree loft difference between my wedges as I don't think the 2 degree difference affects my play enough to keep that deviation in my bag.

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    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

  • MarkripMarkrip Boss fan 62 Members  1805WRX Points: 353Posts: 1,805 Platinum Tees
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    I have 50, 54 and 58 degree Tout Edge CB Pro wedges.

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    Driver - Cobra F7
    3w- Adams Tight Lies 2 16
    Hybrid - Cobra F8 19
    Irons- Sub 70 739 5-PW
    Wedges- Tour Edge CB Pro 50, 54 , 58
    Putter- Tour Edge HP Series 01
  • MoonlightgrmMoonlightgrm MassachusettsMembers  1035WRX Points: 192Handicap: 2 (index = 2.3)Posts: 1,035 Platinum Tees
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    PW = 48-degrees, GW = 52-degrees, and SW = 56-degrees

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  • aenematedaenemated Los Angeles, CAMembers  668WRX Points: 806Posts: 668 Golden Tee
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    Currently 47° 0311T PW then Taylormade MG 52°, 58° ... the 52° I'll use for full 110 shots down to chipping and pitching, 58° is for bunkers and escape shots and shorter pitches. I can stop both pretty quick most of the time so the choice tends to just come down to distance.

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    Titleist TS4 9.5°
    Titleist TS2 FW 15°, 18°
    Titleist TS2 Hybrid 22°
    OG Lynx Parallax 4-PW
    Miura 52°, 58° RTG
    Scotty Cameron Phantom X 8
    Bridgestone Tour B XS

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  • nsxguynsxguy Just anudder user FloridaMembers  7166WRX Points: 1,377Handicap: 3.9-9.3-7.7 (Health issue)Posts: 7,166 Titanium Tees
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    44* PW belongs to my set of G20s.

    50* bent to 48*, 52*, 56* & 60* (possibly bending that to 62+) are all Ping Glide Forged.

    (Dropped the 4 hybrid if it matters LOL)

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  • jbrunkjbrunk Central IllinoisMembers  774WRX Points: 200Handicap: 11Posts: 774 Golden Tee
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    Hi Kyle, If you really play 15 yr old wedges, and you like them, I wouldn’t hang around WRX too long. Wedges are like life: infinite diversity in infinite combinations.

    Off the top of my head, here’s a list of the wedges I’ve played in the time since joining the forum:

    Vokey SM4 52F 56F 58L 60S
    Vokey SM5 50F 54S 54F 58K 60K
    Cleveland RTX-3 52 V-MG
    Mizuno S5 51 56 60
    SCOR 4161 43 48 49
    Bettinardi H2 54 60
    Mizuno T7 56
    Ping Tour Gorge 50 54 58
    *Mizuno S18 52 56 58 60
    +Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth 50 54 58

    *current gamers Spring-Summer ‘19
    +travel set & Fall ‘19-Winter ‘20

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    Summer 2020 WITB

    Callaway GBB Epic 10.5° 1W HZRDUS Smoke 60

    Callaway Epic Flash SZ 15° 3W HZRDUS Smoke 70

    Callaway Rogue 19° 5W EvenFlow Blue 75

    Callaway Apex 23° 4Hy EvenFlow Black 85H

    Callaway X-Forged 4i-7i / Apex MB 7i-AW Modus3 120

    Mizuno S18 51.08° 56.10° 60.10°

    Bettinardi Studio Stock 28 CS / Byron Morgan Channel Island Starshot CS

  • StormsStorms San DiegoMembers  135WRX Points: 94Handicap: 9Posts: 135 Fairways
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    Currently playing a 52/58 setup. This is with a 47 PW. I used to play 54/60, but found having the 52 is more versatile for my game than the 54, and being able to eek out a few more yards from my lob is nice on the occasion I take a full swing with it. The gaps are better too

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    TaylorMade 2016 M2 9.5* HZRDUS Yellow
    Titleist 915F 15* Aldila Rouge Black
    Srixon zU45 20* Graphite Design AD95
    Titleist 585H 21* Titleist 4175
    TaylorMade Psi Tour 4-PW KBS Tour
    TaylorMade EF 52*
    Akira Prototype 58*
    Yes! Callie
  • jonnymc44jonnymc44 Manchester UKMembers  251WRX Points: 162Handicap: 5.3Posts: 251 Greens
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    I have the Callaway Apex Pro 2014 PW at 48, Cleveland 588 RTX 2 in 52 with 8 bounce, 56 with 14 bounce and 60 with 6 bounce.
    I couldn't live without my 52, the sand isn't fluffy enough at our course for the 56 but have recently been using it out of the rough to good effect, and the 60 is used from 50yds and in, but generally only if going up elevations. Anything flat and I'll use the 52 to zip one in for a one hop stop shot.

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  • CMillz91CMillz91 DubaiMembers  1WRX Points: 18Posts: 1 Starters
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    I started out with a 52 and 58 degree when I was 14. Over the years I've experimented with various lofts, grinds and levels of bounce but for the last few years I've played a 54, tweaked to 53 with 8 degrees of bounce and a 58 with 6 degrees of bounce. Playing golf over here in the Middle East, you have so many types of grass that you never know what lie you're likely to have if you miss the green or have 70-100 yard pitch shot to play. The 53 gives me the confidence to play the 3/4 110 yard shot and also open the face if necessary out of the rough around the greens to use the bounce through impact. The 58 with the lower-ish bounce is great for the hard pan lies you sometimes get in the bunkers here as they dry out relatively quick or even on some courses, the desert waste areas. Both wedges are the Callaway MD 4's which I was kindly gifted by a European Tour player so they have a unique finish to them. Prior to that it was the same set up but with Titleist SM4/5/6's through the years.

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  • JoelsimJoelsim Members  1452WRX Points: 538Handicap: 12Posts: 1,452 Platinum Tees
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    PW for full shots at 110-120y, and for a lot of bump and runs.

    UW for full shots at 100-110y, slightly open for 90-100y, and the odd chip.

    SW for almost all pitches and chips from 80y in and some bunker shots.

    58* usually in bunkers, but also used when short-sided and the odd 80y full shot.

    64* used sparingly when no other club will do for short-sided, flops and occasionally from a hardpan bunker. Magical club.

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    Driver: Ping G400 10.5 Reg Ping Alta 44.5”
    Hybrids: Titleist TS3 19* Stiff HZRDUS Smoke & TS2 21* Hybrid Regular Tensei Blue
    Irons: Ping G410 5-PW (#5 at power spec loft)
    Wedges: Vokey SM8 50F, 54D & 58M, Callaway MD5 Jaws 60W Low and Mack Daddy 4 64S
    Putters: Bettinardi Studio Stock #3 (Jumbo Lamkin), Bettinardi Studio Stock #28 Slotback (Winn Dri-Tac), Bettinardi Queen Bee #9 (Winn Dri-Tac), Piretti Matera Elite (Piretti Fat Grip), Piretti Cottonwood II (Piretti Fat Grip).
  • BodlesBodles AustraliaMembers  158WRX Points: 55Handicap: 8.6Posts: 158 Fairways
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    PW, 54, 60 all Mizuno, the 54 & 60 are MP-T5, use the 60 on 80% of green side bunker shots and about 40% of chips and short pitches up to around 50 yards, 54 for most everything else up to around 80 yards, then go to PW, used to carry a 50 as well but changed for a 2 iron at 16 degrees cause I need more help in the top end, I miss the 50 but have been learning to manipulate the PW & 54 a lot more, bump and runs with 7, 8, 9 irons have never been my friend.

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    Ping G400 LST - Project X Black 6.5 75gram
    Mizuno CLK #2 Hybrid at 14 degrees - Speeder Evolution 75 stiff
    Callaway Big Bertha 18 degree hybrid at 17 degrees - Recoil F4 Shaft
    Mizuno CLK #3 Hybrid at 20 degrees -  Speeder Evolution
    Mizuno JPX 900 Hot Metal Irons 4-PW - Project X LZ 5.5 115 gram
    Mizuno MP-T5, 50 degree Wedge
    Taylormade 60 degree Bigfoot Hi-Toe
    Rife IBF Aussie Tour Edition putter
  • jplroperjplroper Members  550WRX Points: 121Posts: 550 Golden Tee
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    Last couple years its just been PW[ 48 or 50 depending on set] and sand wedge 56 or 57 depending on set. I like playing more shots with less clubs.

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  • gsrjcgsrjc TOC Members  1904WRX Points: 609Posts: 1,904 Platinum Tees
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    Mizuno MP18 MMC PW
    Edel 50, 54, and 59

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  • cardoustiecardoustie haha, we don't play for 5's Tasmania to CanadaMembers  13959WRX Points: 2,766Handicap: 3.1Posts: 13,959 Titanium Tees
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    Like the OP, I keep going back to old school vokey sm2's .. 50/54/60. TVD m grinds
    No wedge spins it as well or feels as good
    I am ordering a Glide 3.0 eye 2 58 though

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    Ping G400 LST 11* Oban Revenge 65.06 
    Ping G400 3w 15.1* Oban Kiyoshi Prp 65.05
    Ping G400 5w 16.9* Matrix Masters 7Q3 x
    Callaway Apex 4h 23* Kuro Kage 80s
    Callaway Apex 5h 26* Kuro Kage 90s
    Mizuno 919t 6-PW UST Recoil 110s
    Vokey SM2 50-54tvd-59tvd-64 s400
    Titleist Scotty X7M

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  • cardoustiecardoustie haha, we don't play for 5's Tasmania to CanadaMembers  13959WRX Points: 2,766Handicap: 3.1Posts: 13,959 Titanium Tees
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    A good topic for me would be "what wedge sets are in your basement and why?"

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    Ping G400 LST 11* Oban Revenge 65.06 
    Ping G400 3w 15.1* Oban Kiyoshi Prp 65.05
    Ping G400 5w 16.9* Matrix Masters 7Q3 x
    Callaway Apex 4h 23* Kuro Kage 80s
    Callaway Apex 5h 26* Kuro Kage 90s
    Mizuno 919t 6-PW UST Recoil 110s
    Vokey SM2 50-54tvd-59tvd-64 s400
    Titleist Scotty X7M

  • tobiasjdtobiasjd Members  500WRX Points: 89Posts: 500 Golden Tee
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    I have Ping Stealth 52, 56, 60 SS. I also have 58° ES grind. I just picked up a Vokey 60° K grind jet black that I'm very impressed with. I will use the 60 K exclusively for green side bunkers and rough where I really need the loft and bounce, never for anything else. The 56 is for a specific full swing yardage or for anything else around the green where the loft is needed but I have decent lie. Everything else depends on how much green I have in front of me. Anything from an 8 iron to the 52. For partial shots and full pitches into the green, I only use the 52 or 56 depending on pin location and slope of the green.
    I play a course that has very fine fluffy sand. I play another course that has very coarse gravel like sand. I find the K grind works best in fine sand, and the ES grind works best in coarse sand. Both are very good from the rough.

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    Cobra King LTD Black
    Callaway Epic Flash 15° 3w
    Callaway Apex 3-4h
    PING iBlade 5 - PW
    PING Glide 50° SS
    Titleist Vokey 54° S, 60° K
    Bettinardi BB1
  • kcd38kcd38 Members  426WRX Points: 135Posts: 426 Greens
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    i210 PW and Gap Wedge (46 and 50 degree)
    SM7 56.14F (bent to 55) and a 60.12 D

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    Driver - PING G400 LST 8.5, Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black 6.0
    3 Wood - PING G400 14.5, AD Di 6s
    Hybrid - Ping G410 19 degree, Tour AD DI 95x Hybrid 
    4-PW - Mizuno JPX 919 Tour PW-6, 919 Forged 5 iron, 919 Hot Metal Pro 5 iron, all with Modus Nippon3 120s
    Wedges - Vokey SM7 50F, 55F, 60 D 
    Putter - Taylormade Spider Tour Black
  • macedanmacedan Members  423WRX Points: 131Handicap: 18Posts: 423 Greens
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    PW 45 - Full Swings for 125-130 carry, soft swings for a predictable 100-105 with less spin than GW, some bump and run chips
    GW 50- Full Swings for 110-120 carry, bump and run chips, awkward green side bunkers playing to a flag on the opposite end of the green
    SW 54 - Full Swings for 95-105 carry, green side bunkers, slight open face pitches for 65-70 yards, bump and run chips
    LW 58 - 3/4 swings for 75-85 yard shots, green side bunkers, short bump and runs, and my favorite shot, tight lie 15-25 yard flops, open it wide and play it off the back foot

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    TaylorMade M2 '17 10.5*
    Taylormade M2 3W 15*
    Taylormade Aeroburner 5W 18*
    Taylormade P790 (4-PW)
    Taylormade Milled Grind 50/09
    Taylormade Milled Grind 54/11
    Taylormade Milled Grind 58/11
    Taylormade Spider Tour Black
    Ball: Taylormade Project A
    Bag: Taylormade Flextech Crossover
    Cart: TGW Players 
  • SUPERGSUPERG Members  528WRX Points: 297Posts: 528 Golden Tee
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    Vokey SM5
    My all time favorite shape and grinds!!!
    54* F grind - S400 Shaft
    60* grind - S400 Shaft

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    TM M5 10.5* - Mitsubishi Diamana DF 70 TX

    TM M4 3HL 16.5* - Mitsubishi Tensei Pro Blue 70 TX

    Titleist 818 H2 - 21* PX Handcrafted HZRDUS Black 85 6.5

    Mizuno MP18 SC 4-PW - KBS C Taper X

    Vokey SM7 - 50 54 60 - DG S400

    Scotty Special Select NP2

    Titleist Pro V1

    Stitch SL1

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  • dcopp7dcopp7 Members  1222WRX Points: 241Posts: 1,222 Platinum Tees
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    PW 47°
    GW 52°
    SW 58°

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    Cleveland Launcher 330 Titanium 10.5* driver

    Cobra MAX 16.5* 3 wood

    Cobra Bio Cell 19* hybrid

    Dynacraft Prophet CB flexface 5i-PW

    Acer XB 52* & 58* wedges

    Ray Cook putter
  • manoagolfermanoagolfer Members  11WRX Points: 17Handicap: 8Posts: 11 Bunkers
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    Vokey 48, 54, 58 and 62. Just added the 62 for the short stuff around the greens and steep faced bunkers

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  • Tim SherwoodTim Sherwood Members  422WRX Points: 145Handicap: HighPosts: 422 Greens
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    Set PW, Nike Engage 52, 56 and 60. **** love these wedges, best I've ever had. Hardly ever hit the 56 though as I can use the 60 for flops or low runners, and the 52 is my go-to club for any partial swing shots. Can't take the 56 out though as I don't like the look of my bag without 3 matching wedges!

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  • glmglm Members  255WRX Points: 68Handicap: 5Posts: 255 Greens
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    Scratch 47-51-56

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  • TasalsTasals Members  407WRX Points: 171Handicap: 2.4Posts: 407 Greens
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    set PW @ 46
    Mack Daddy 4s in 50-56-62 with same shafts as my irons
    Pw is about 135 yards.
    50 is 130 on a max out but I normally play flighted shots. So my 50 half swing hits at my full 56, which at a half swing hits the 62 full swing. Flights are different but since matching up my wedge chart has really made me quite good into greens.

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  • TherealpatgilesTherealpatgiles Members  806WRX Points: 306Handicap: 11Posts: 806 Golden Tee
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    J15cb pw
    Epon 50 55 60

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    Taylormade m5 7.9 tour issue. AD GP 7x
    Callaway epic flash 3w tensei pro white 7x
    Taylormade Sim hybrid 3. Tensei pro white 90tx 
    Mizuno mp18 mmc 4-pw modus 120s
    Artisan 48° 53.5° 59° modus 120s
    Epon i33 rose gold putter
  • siegs07siegs07 Members  92WRX Points: 41Posts: 92 Fairways
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    Set PW:125-150 3/4 to full swings
    52: 100-125 3/4 to full swings, and any sub 100 low running pitches
    58: 110 and down, including almost all approaches I want coming in with some height and stopping, and 95% of shots around the green

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    Taylormade M5 Driver
    Cobra King F9 Tour 5w
    Mizuno MP-18 MMC Fli-Hi 4i
    Mizuno MP-18 SC 5-PW
    Mizuno T7 52° and 58°
    Scotty Cameron Select Newport
  • OldCussOldCuss South CarolinaMembers  75WRX Points: 109Handicap: Which One?Posts: 75 Fairways
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    Set 49-12, Glide 2.0 54-14, 58-14, and SM6 62-8. The 58 in sand if need be, and it and the 62 for touch and flops. The 54 for sand, and it and the 49 mainly for length. Currently playing rounds with seven clubs, which I use the set 44-12 and Glide 2.0 54-14.

    If I go to Glide 3.0s, likely will stay with a 54-14 and change to a 58-6 or 60-6, then drop the 62.

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    Norm OldCuss Bryan

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    On -, @ClevelandKyle said:

    If you had to carry two wedges for the rest of your life, what would they be (degree, make, model) and why?

    PW and 56 is all I need to get the job done!

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