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  1. You are not understanding me at all. I’m not talking about skill whatsoever and who can do it better I’m just saying who is more likely to use a 56 as their most lofted club. A 25 year old who shoots 125 on average is still more likely to carry a 60 than a 85 year old who shoots 85. I’ll use my parents as examples. My Mom is 68 years old and a 4 hdcp and her most lofted wedge is a 56. My Dad is 70 years old and a 2 hdcp and his most lofted wedge is also a 56. 5 years ago they both carried 60’s but as they got older and don’t hit it as far they no longer carry one. Doesn’t mean th
  2. You are not understanding me at all. I’m not talking about skill whatsoever and who can do it better I’m just saying who is more likely to use a 56 as their most lofted club. A 25 year old who shoots 125 on average is still more likely to carry a 60 than a 85 year old who shoots 85.
  3. I’ll use my parents as examples. My Mom is 68 years old and a 4 hdcp and her most lofted wedge is a 56. My Dad is 70 years old and a 2 hdcp and his most lofted wedge is also a 56. 5 years ago they both carried 60’s but as they got older and don’t hit it as far they no longer carry one. Doesn’t mean they are poor golfers at all, just that as they aged they no longer hit it far enough to have use for anything more than a 56.
  4. I’m not saying all, just that it is more likely that that is who would use a 56 as a most lofted wedge. It’s not meant to be a negative thing that you should take to heart. BTW I’m no young’un lol.
  5. Club head speed was just a nicer way to it. Senior golfers, beginners and women are usually the golfers that would use a 56 as their most lofted wedge.
  6. I agree a more skilled golfer would ofcourse be better at opening up a 56 and playing a wide variety of shots. I was more meaning a skilled golfer would most likely carry a more lofted wedge than a 56.
  7. I agree a more skilled golfer would ofcourse be better at opening up a 56 and playing a wide variety of shots. I was more meaning a skilled golfer would most likely carry a more lofted wedge than a 56.
  8. I think a most lofted wedge in the bag being a 56 would be best suited for the less skilled golfer or the golfer with lower club head speed.
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