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Adam Ontario Canada
Currently playing either Callaway X-Jaws / Taylormade Tour Preferred depending on conditions

Short game strengths/weaknesses: Strong 10 yards and in; struggle with full swing wedges

Current handicap 15


I've had my eye on the hogan brand for a while know and would love to try out their wedges!

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-Don/San Diego, CA


-Current wedges are a mix of Taylormade and other off brands.


-Short game strengths:can hit all types of shots needed to get near the hole. Weakness:never can get the spin/check needed for accurate distance.


-HCP 10.5


I have been in the market for new wedges and I believe these definitely fit my eye!

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Hello, My name is Pádraig and I'd be over the moon to try out the Hogan wedges, first played with Hogan Apex back in the 80s great clubs! play a links here in Ireland

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Beaumont, TX

Vokey 50-54-60 SM6

Strength: 65-125 yards, bunkers, higher shots (spin shots)

Weak: 60- and in yards, bump and run shots adjusting to shots that don't require spin.

Handicap : 0

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Jay from NJ

CURRENTLY SM6 54 and 58

Have the 50 degree I200 U WEDGE TO GO W MY SET

CURRENT Handi is 9.4


used to play hogan apex irons as a kid would love to try these out guarantee to give a honest review chipping around the green is my strength weakness 50 to 70 yard range

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Mark~ Iowa

Bridgestone West Coast 49*, 53*, 58*, 62* Cobra Trusty Rusty


My wedge strength is distance control and contact. My weaknesses are that I am a picker, and I maybe hit the ball too high with not enough spin as I would like.


8 Handicap


Thanks, would love to try these! I am in line for a new set of irons and I've contemplated the new Hogan Line. I used to play Hogan Edge.




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My name is Michael and I live in the great state of Washington. I am currently a 1 handicap and I play with Titliest Vokey wedge 54 which I can only hit 100 yards. My Adams A12 irons have a gap and pitching wedge which I love from the 110/125 range. I am weak from less than 100 yards or any distance for that matter that I cannot take a full swing. I am looking for that 80-90 club that will replace my 3 iron in my bag on shorter courses.

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First name/Home state or province - Jamie, Long Island, NY

Current wedges - Mack Daddy Forged
Short game strengths/weaknesses - Distance control and spin control
Current handicap - 1.2

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Dan - NJ
Callaway Mack Daddy 3 Milled - 52, 56, 60
Strengths: bump & run, flop shots
Weaknesses: Distance control, bunker shots

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Stephen / San Antonio, TX

Ping glide 60/56/52

Very inconsistent with short chips (less than 10 yards. Have issues with skulling shots through the green.

Hcp 13.1


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Cleveland RTX 3, 54 & 58 degree

Strengths: full shots from 70 feet , flop shots around the green

Weakness: shot from GA red clay bunkers and long chip shots to green from thin lies

Handicap  19


Would love to play Hogan clubs again!

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Tampa. FL

Old wedges, so old I can't read the names (52,56,60)

Strength- admitting I am not great at this game!

Weakness- Trying to hit GREAT shots all the time

Handi: 17

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David, So. California


Vokey 50, 55, (bent) and 60


Run it pretty well, good hop and stop, flop is a work in progress 



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Kyle Wisconsin

Vokey SM6s 52*/8* f grind, 56*/10* s grind, 60*/8* m grind

Bunker play is a strength. I can play many different shots but lack of enough practice promotes inconsistency. I play poorly from soft, wet lies.

9.6 HDCP

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Jay Connecticut
Cleveland CG10 50 degree, Titleist Vokey 56 and 60 degree
Solid chipping and pitching close to the green, Bunkers and the thirty to sixty yard wedge shots are inconsistent. 

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Jack Arizona


Consistent chipping from around the green and distances close to the hole


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Marc, Woodstock, MD.

Cleveland 60" w/ hardly any grooves



Callaway XR PW.


HC 3


Clearly anyone can see that my game NEEDS these awesome New Wedges. It would be having an instructor showing them off.

Thank you.

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Brandon Ballif - Utah

Callaway Mack Daddy Forged 52-56-60

Strengths - flop shots, chipping, green side recovery

Weakness - medium length pitch shots, full-swing wedge, one hop and stop shots.

4.5 index

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