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  1. I am probably going to order a new set of wedges soon, but has anyone used one of these groove sharpeners to bring new life to old wedges? Do they actually work? Any drawbacks? https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XS1PRK5/ref=ppx_od_dt_b_asin_title_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  2. So i went ahead and pulled the trigger on the TSW wedges. Built 1* flat lie and 1* strong loft. Paired them with the Kinetixx 125 wedge shafts. 52* swingweight at D4 and the 60* at D6. Pics attached to compare to my current wedges. Why Maltby? Well, i replaced my old Titleist 710 cb irons with their TE forged irons and have absolutely loved them. Zero regrets whatsoever. Now it was time to replace wedges. I have been playing Cobra PUR wedges. Fantastic wedges, very soft, easy to manipulate, great spin control around greens. So i hit some Callaways, Ping, Mizuno etc. I just couldn't bring mys
  3. So i went ahead and pulled the trigger on the TSW wedges. Built 1* flat lie and 1* strong loft. Paired them with the Kinetixx 125 wedge shafts. 52* swingweight at D4 and the 60* at D6. Pics attached to compare to my current wedges. Why Maltby? Well, i replaced my old Titleist 710 cb irons with their TE forged irons and have absolutely loved them. Zero regrets whatsoever. Now it was time to replace wedges. I have been playing Cobra PUR wedges. Fantastic wedges, very soft, easy to manipulate, great spin control around greens. So i hit some Callaways, Ping, Mizuno etc. I just couldn't bring mys
  4. Cobra just released a new "snakebite" wedge groove design: Synopsis - The new King Cobra wedges feature a new groove design (“Snakebite”) that pushes the USGA’s limitations on geometry, volume and sharpness thanks to more aggressive manufacturing tolerance. The new grooves, which extend all the way across the face on the higher lofts, feature edges that are 40 percent less rounded than on past models, an effort to grab the ball’s cover on short shots for more spin. The grooves also are deeper to help channel grass and moisture more effectively for more direct contact between ball and
  5. TESTERS WANTED (9) Zip-a Dee-Doo-Dah, Zip-e-Dee-ay. My, oh what a wonderful day. Plenty of Zip Core wedges headed our way. Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip-e-dee-ay! Please excuse the obvious song parody from such a classic movie. But that’s exactly how you may feel if you are selected as one of the nine testers for Cleveland Golf’s new Zip Core wedges. These wedges have a lot of technology going on besides the two extra grooves Cleveland has placed on the face. So yes, you will get more spin, but also more consistency. Testers Wanted We are looking for TEN dedicated g
  6. Driver: Taylormade m5 9.0 - Tensei Orange TX 60g 3 wood: Taylormade m5 3 wood - stock Tensei orange 75g x stiff Driving iron: Srixon ZU65 20 degree - Miyazacki tour issue blue 7x x stiff shaft. 4 iron: Mizuno mp20 HMB - KBS Ctaper lite x 5-PW: MP18 blades - KBS Ctaper x stiff (3 and 4 iron taken out) Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM6 50 54 58 black finish - KBS C taper X and S in lob wedge. Putter: Evnroll ER2 34 inch Ball: Bridgestone tour BXS Think that works out to being 3 Mygolfspy winners in the bag? Correct me if I'm wrong! (Disclaimer the picture is
  7. I tried it last year, but it didn't work for me. Granted, I am a high-handicapper; so I'm not discounting that this is part of the problem. I tried it for 3 separate 1/2-hour sessions, and I don't think I hit one decent pitch shot onto the green in all that time. Seems like on every shot I either popped it up short, or bladed it thru the green. The company was good, though, and quickly granted me a refund. In retrospect, I'm thinking a 65-degree wedge was too much for me. I understand they have 2 less lofted versions, but I guess I'm a little gun-shy about trying them.
  8. Just wanted to show a customs wedge I got for my dad for fathers day
  9. I decided to use this down time to get the tools and materials necessary to stamp my wedges. I got a 1/8" letter/number stamp set, small (3") anvil, oil-based paint pens and acetone (to clean off paint). I plan to experiment on some old wedges before I do anything to the gamers. Has anyone does this and have any advice or "lessons learned" to help guide me?
  10. So I was pretty surprised when I found out: (1) that nearly everyone slept on my man Koepka, and (2) I won a Wilson FG Tour wedge for my second place finish in the PGA championship giveaway. I have not swung a Wilson club in while, and I was intrigued to see how their wedge would stack up against my current gamers - which are the Titleist Vokey SM5's. Full disclosure - my current wedges have pretty much lost their spin and I am in the market for some new wedges, so this couldn't have come at a better time. Luckily, I was able to fully customize the wedge to my specs and order the proper
  11. Hi fellow Golfers, I took up golf less than a year ago and picked up some beautiful brand-new wedges toward the end of summer 2019 from American Golf, which is the largest golfing retailer here in the UK (see pics below). As the pitching wedge in my iron set (Cleveland CG-16) is 44° loft I decided to evenly space out my wedges to minimise gaps. I got matching 48°, 52° and 58° so i have the flexibility in my set to learn a range of shots and decide which work best for me as my game develops. They are by a company called Benross - I'm not sure of they are only available in the UK
  12. How's your short game? These 4 spies are about to find out.... Let's congratulate these 4 spies and follow along as they give these a thorough workout: @MDGolfHacker @Apes44 @goaliewales14 @Smellis745 Official announcement here: https://forum.mygolfspy.com/topic/32400-4-testers-wanted-cleveland-rtx-4-wedges/?do=findComment&comment=558847 (4) TESTERS Wanted Cleveland RTX 4 Wedges If you do something once and it works well, then why not do it a second, third and now even a fourth time? Makes sense right? Well that must be what the c
  13. 50-12, 54-12, AND 60-14 Used 3 times. $300.00 for the 3.
  14. I used it for a couple rounds and beginning to realize I'm just to used to my old set of wedges. 60° 12° (Bounce) Ordered straight from Callaway for 190+shipping $150 obo
  15. Just to share my experience with NSPro Modus 105 Wedge Shaft. This shaft is made softer in flex considering the nature of wedge play. However, the heavier weight of wedge head adds up to the flexibility and makes the shaft feel flimsy at full swing. For information, I am using Vokey SM5 and 716 MB. I wonder how Modus 105 Stiff and Modus 120 Stiff function in wedges. Welcoming inputs. Thanks.
  16. I'm slowly replacing an old knock-off set of clubs I bought years ago, and finally bought irons - my PW in the set is 43deg. I know the theory that wedges should be every 4deg, but I just bought a 50deg SM6 to fill a gap in my current set for $100 through Dick's over the big sale weekend and would hate to replace it already. So, what's in your bag?
  17. Callaway Sure Out Wedge review by Kenny B First, a little about me and my golf game… I will be 71 next month. I've been playing golf since I gave up softball, volleyball, and basketball in the early 1990's. I needed something to play that didn't hurt my ever-aching body. Well, golf isn't quite it, but it's probably better for me than gin rummy, shuffleboard, and naps. Like most people that take up golf, I sliced, then sliced some more. After a couple of years, I made the decision to learn to hit the ball straight or give up the game. I took lessons (should have done that in the be
  18. I've not seen anyone review those anywhere on the net so I thought I'll bite the bullet and do it myself. If you have any questions - just ask. As you know, with PXG price is a bit of an issue. Those will cost you £695-1100 in the UK per wedge. Whenever or not someone wants to pay it, afford it, sees value for money is up to the individual and I won't be discussing it here. As long as you're comfortable with being called a Sugar Daddy it's a pretty nice looking head. You can see that there has been no expense spared in making of this club. The finish is much more matte than the 031
  19. I golfed many years ago but took about 20 years off. I got back into it about 3 years ago due to a bad hip and not being able to play other sports requiring running etc. I am 6'5" and was fitted for clubs last year. I was told that everything I needed was pretty standard with the exception of needing +1" club length. I wanted to keep the cost down on this first set of clubs so I purchased a set of Adams Speedline because they came in +1" out of the box. My plan after golfing for a couple more years is to get fitted again and get a custom set. I just didn't want to invest in a set while in lear
  20. I have started to consider putting a 62* wedge in my bag. I currenlty have 4 wedges, 46* PW, 50* GW, 54* SW, 58* LW but my 3/4 LW goes 65 yards. I really don't like to hit 1/2 wedge shots because they are very difficult for me to pull off. Does anyone carry 5 wedges? Have you seen any benefit to it? What club did you take out to add the 5th wedge?
  21. Hello to all. I'm Italian and my name is Aurelio. I live in the Marche region, a wonderful place with a population of 1,500,000 inhabitants (Ancona, Loreto, Sirolo, Numana, Recanati, Urbino, Jesi, Macerata, Ascoli Piceno ....) but, unfortunately, with a single 18 holes golf course (Conero golf club). I play golf from 6 years but I was also very much interested in the equipments and technology, where you Americans are the undisputed masters. I hope you bear with me for my bad English.
  22. Hello folks, new guy here, I have finally decided to buy a new set of irons this summer after gaming the same set for ~15 years. Have never been fitted for irons either. Primarily looking at Titleist AP2/CB, Mizuno H5/MP-15, or the new Hogan hi/PTx (always admired the Hogan Apex Plus). I am not an equipment junkie so I am really going to take my time with this decision. I am an ok ball striker with a horrible mental game. My current set has 4* gaps with a 48* PW which gives me 3 wedges up to 60* (love my 60*, too much probably). I spoke with a Mizuno fitter who was really surprise
  23. Anyone using yet? I have the SM5s and recently got a Callaway MD3 just to try something different. However, I keep hitting it thin and I'm thinking maybe the weight feels slightly different and I'm not used to it. (I have the same shaft in it as the Titleists). Anyway, I hit the SM6 a little in the shop and it seems solid. I think the head is slightly smaller than the SM5? I'm not that good a wedge player, so giving up hitting surface might not be a good idea. Anybody seeing a discernible difference between SM5 and SM6?
  24. Anyone every heard of Shinagawa? They are located in Himeji, Japan, along with Miura, Fujimoto, and ikasu (I think? not 100% on this last one...). Unlike brands like Miura, every single club they make is hand ground by the very humble Shinagawa San. I was told this super rare gold plated version is often used for gifting in Asian countries like China and Korea. Also let me know if anyone wants to see some other cool and rare JDM stuff.
  25. Has anybody else seen these? http://www.harrytaylorgolf.com/collections/series-305-special-offer?utm_source=OffPriceGolf+Subscribers&utm_campaign=57dabd0d05-Harry_Taylor_Introduction2_27_2016&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_a24fbaa437-57dabd0d05-123916441&mc_cid=57dabd0d05&mc_eid=24375c450d Henry Taylor Wedges...
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