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Are all your wedges from the same series? For example, among your non-set wedges, are they all SM8s or all T22s or all RTX Zipcores? Or are they mixed - some SM6s and one SM8, for example? Or a couple T22s and an RTX?

 

I’m thinking of changing my 48 and 54, probably to the same model as each other, but keeping my SM7 60* as-is. 
 

I guess my question is, when you change your wedges, do you change all of them? 

Driver: TM SIM Max 10.5° Ventus Red

3 Wood: TM V Steel 15° Helium Black

5 Wood: TM M6 18° Atmos Orange

Hybrid: Titleist TSi2 21° TENSEI AV RAW Blue

Utility Iron: Titleist 718 AP1 24° Recoil 780

Irons: Titleist 718 AP1 AMT Red

Wedges: Vokey SM8 48°, 54° Dynamic Gold

Lob Wedge: Vokey SM7 60° N.S. Pro Modus³ Tour 125

Putter: Scotty Cameron Special Select Newport 2

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Rogue ST Max LS Oban Devotion 6/04 10.5, -1* @45.25" /  Ping G425 LST 10.5 Oban Devotion 6/04 @45"

OG Rogue 17* Atmos Blue TS 7
Ping G410 19* Riptide CB 80 6.0

Ping G410 22* & 26* Tensei CK Pro Blue 80s
'21 Apex 6-GW SF fc90 f3  Or Cobra Forged Tec Black 6-GW, SF i95cw R   
Mack Daddy PM 2.0 54/14
Mack Daddy PM 2.0 58/12

Bettinardi Innovai Rev 6.0  33” or Cameron PhantomX 5.5 ('21)

TM Tour Response '20 / Titleist AVX /Bstone BRX

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This question gets asked every 3 months. I have no problem addressing it. Here is the only correct answer…

 

You specialty wedges need to be produced by the same company. They don’t need to be the same exact series. You can have 7 different brands of irons, I don’t care, but only a commie plays different brands of wedges. 

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Anything anytime...i just saw an as new 56-9 rtx 4 forged....bend to 57-10,58-11 and match with denim copper 53.......hmmm so im always looking🤭

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Nike VrS 3wood
Callaway Razr Edge5 wood

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I only use 3 wedges 48, 54, 60. Whenever one gets changed they all get changed to the same model, I can’t personally look at something different on each wedge. 

Taylormade SIM2 Max (10.5* @8.5*) / Speeder evolution 661 X

Taylormade M6 3w (15*) / HZRDUS Yellow 76 6.0

Taylormade SIM2ti 5w (19*) / HZRDUS Yellow 76 6.0 

PXG 0311 X Gen4 (20*) Tensei White 90x

Taylormade p730 (4-P) / DG X100 / S300 in Pw 

Taylormade MG3 (54*, 60*) / DG S300 

Taylormade Spider X white

Ball: Bridgestone Tour B X 

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No reason other than OCD but my wedges should match but there are exceptions.

 

1) GW, SW and LW match

2) GW doesn't match but SW and LW must then match (my current setup)

3) GW and SW match but the LW can be unique (I'm thinking of some full-face high toe LW)

 

 

Driver - Titleist TSi2 9* Tensei Blue Stiff Autoflex SF505                                                               Frankenstein Irons:

3W - Titleist TSi2 15* Tensei Blue Stiff                                                                                             4i - PING i210

5W - Callaway Rogue ST Max Tensei Blue Stiff                                                                              5i - Cobra King Tour (MIM)

Titleist TS2 23*H set at 22* Tensei Blue Stiff                                                                                  6i - Titleist T100

Irons - 5-PW Callaway Apex Pro '21 NS Pro 950 Neo Stiff                                                              7i - Mizuno MP20 MMC

GW - Callaway MD5 Jaws 50* NS Pro 950 Neo Stiff                                                                      8i - Callaway X-Forged

SW - Ping Glide 3.0 54*/12* bent to 55*/13* stock shaft S Grind                                                  9i - TaylorMade P7MC 

LW - Ping Glide 3.0 60*/8* stock shaft Eye 2 Grind                                                                        PW - Srixon ZX-7

Putter - Toulon Columbus w/ LAGP 135 shaft                                                                                  GW - Wilson Staff CB

Snell MTB-Black

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Look at some of the pro’s WITB’s. It’s not uncommon to see 1 wedge totally different than the other 2-3. I feel each wedge has a unique function. Gap wedge is exactly that: a tweener between PW & SW. Sand wedge is all around versatile utility club around the greens. Lob wedge is for emergency use (short sided, high lip bunker, flying all the way to the hole). Usually the SW or LW can be from a different OEM or series.

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LTD 10.5* (Kiyoshi Black 65-05, or Motore X F1 6S), or EFSZ 9* (Rome 588 Wildeye S)

TS2 15* (Tensei AV Blue 65R)

0317X Gen2 19* (MMT 80S), or F7 2/3H (Pro 75h S)

0311 Gen1 4-5 & 0311P Gen2 6-PW (SteelFiber i95S)

RTX ZipCore 52* (TI Spinner), or CBX2 52* (Modus3 105)

OG PM Grind 58* (KBS); HiToe 64* (HiRev 2.0)
SC Red X2, or WHP 7CS

Tour B X, Z-Star XV, TP5x, Left Dash, CSX LS, or Volvik S4

- Backups: G400LST 10*; M3 440 9*; i210; TW-X; IC-601; P-760; 716 T-MB; OG 0211; Lucky 777CS.

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5 hours ago, Mookieb10 said:

This question gets asked every 3 months. I have no problem addressing it. Here is the only correct answer…

 

You specialty wedges need to be produced by the same company. They don’t need to be the same exact series. You can have 7 different brands of irons, I don’t care, but only a commie plays different brands of wedges. 

 

Commie or a hippie? My outlier is a PM grind 60 that can't be evicted. I  love my matching miura 60, but I'm with the PM grind. 

 

Free wedge love man, free love. 

 

- b

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It would be like wearing odd socks.

Sim 2 Max 10.5 Tensei CK Blue 60X
Sim 2 Max 15 HZRDUS Smoke Blue RDX 70 6.5 

Titleist 816 H2 - 21 (C1) Aldila Rogue Black 85X 
Titleist 716CB 4-9 - X100
Vokey SM7 46.10, 50.08, 54M, 59M - S400
Scotty Cameron Studio Stainless Newport 2.5
Bridgestone Tour B XS

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Right now no nothing from the same series or year. My new set of wedges who knows maybe not, doesn't matter if it works.

Lefty

Driver: 8° Cobra LTDxLS | Mitsubishi C6 Onyx 60X

3W: 13.5° Ping G410 LST | Aldila NV 2KXV Green 75X

3H: 19° Ping G410 | Tensei CK Pro Orange 90TX

Irons: 4i - 7i Srixon 585 / 8i-PW Srixon 785 | AMT Tour White S300

Wedges: Vokey SM9 50.8F|54.10S|58.8M

Putter(s): TP Mills Trad II | Lajosi Sensor | KB-9306 | and more. 

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I like having the same look/feel for wedges, so, yes, mine are the same with the exception of one set that I own...

Driver Callaway MAVRIK MAX (10.5*)

Woods Callaway MAVRIK MAX (3/5/7)

Hybrid Callaway MAVRIK MAX (5)

Irons PING ie1 (6-PW)

Wedges Callaway Mack Daddy CB (54*/58*)

Putter PING Vault 2.0 Piper (34.75")

Bag Bag Boy Chiller Hybrid

Cart Clicgear 3.5+

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8 hours ago, Mookieb10 said:

This question gets asked every 3 months. I have no problem addressing it. Here is the only correct answer…

 

You specialty wedges need to be produced by the same company. They don’t need to be the same exact series. You can have 7 different brands of irons, I don’t care, but only a commie plays different brands of wedges. 

So Comrade Collin Morikawa?

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I have a 56* Cleveland CBX but ordered a 52* Edel wedge.  The Edel will be for full swing <100yd shots and the Cleveland is for green-side/trap management.  Different purposes, different brands.  I have no problem going to a common brand if I find one works better than others though.  

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Driver:  Ping 425Max (Aldila Synergy)

3W&5W:  Mizuno ST-Z (Aldila Synergy)

7W Taylor Made Stealth (Aldila Ascent)

4H:  Taylor Made Sim2 Max (Accra FX)

5-GW:  Taylor Made Sim2 Max (SteelFiber i110)

52* Edel SMS C-Grind (Paderson Wedge Flex)

56*W Cleveland CBX (SteelFiber i110CW)

Bettinardi QB10

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Generally I have matching throughout, personal preference.  I will try a different set up this year with a 52/58 set but with a normal 52* wedge and a LB TM HI Toe 58*.

TBD (likely Titleist something)

TBD (same as above...)

Titleist TS3 19* RIP Alpha 85 S

Ping I210 4-UW PX 6.0

Vokey TVD 56M & 60K TI S400

SC PP Mid-Slant

TM TP/X

 

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9 hours ago, Mookieb10 said:

This question gets asked every 3 months. I have no problem addressing it. Here is the only correct answer…

 

You specialty wedges need to be produced by the same company. They don’t need to be the same exact series. You can have 7 different brands of irons, I don’t care, but only a commie plays different brands of wedges. 

And about a 3rd of the PGA Tour. 

 

Play whatever works, who cares if they are the same brand.

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I could see if you have clearly different uses for your wedges I could see mixing grinds to fit the cause. But generally my wedges are played pretty much the same, so I want consistency. So when I change one, I generally change all.

PXG 0211 with Hzrdus Black RDX 60

Honma XP-1 3 and 5 wood 

Adams Pro DHY 3

Haywood MB irons 4-PW

Mitsubishi Kuro Kage 80g iron shafts

Haywood 52/10 and 56/12 wedges

Nike Blue Chip 002 putter

Golf Pride Concept Helix grips 

 

"You're not good enough to get mad at your bad shots!" - Bill Murray

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