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Shane, Oregon

 

current wedges -

Tour Edge Exoctics CB Pro S 50.10

NIke Engage Toe Sweep 56

Taylormade TP XFt ZTP 60.06

 

Short game strengths - Partial shots, distance control and trajectory

 

Short game weakness - full shots (fats and thins)

 

20 Handicap but coming down

 

Tour Edge EXS KBS Max 80

Callaway Epic 3H, 4H UST Mamiya Recoil ES 780

Callaway Epic Speed 16.5 Project X HZRDUS Smoke iM10 60

Titleist 917 D2 10.5° Tensei AV 55 Blue

TaylorMade Ghost Manta Putter

 

If I was "the man" I'd be in the fairway - Bubba Watson

 

 

 

 

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Mat/West Virginia
Ping G25 PW-SW
Strengths: chipping, Weakness: Pitching, lobs
11.2

Cobra Fly-Z driver - 10.5 deg, stiff stock Matrix VLCT SP 60g

Cobra Fly-Z 3 wood - stiff

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Ping G25 irons 5 - SW stiff, yellow dot

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Parkersburg, WV

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Actually potentially in the market for new wedges so this is a perfect opportunity!

 

Jim - Michigan

 

Currently play Titleist Vokey SM5 56 and 60 degree.

 

Short game strength:  short chips around the green, full wedge shots on certain yardages.

 

Short game weaknesses:  The occasional thin chip shot, bunker play, distance accuracy.

 

Handicap:  10

 

Thank you!!

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Andrew from Minnesota

Cleveland CG12's 50,54,58 (currently testing wedges to change to 52,56,60)

Short game strengths: tricky shots, being creative around the greens

weaknesses: approach shots from 105 and in. 

handicap: 9

What's in my bag:

 

Driver:   :cobra-small:  Fly Z, 10.5* set to 9.5* D, Kuro Kage TiNi 65, x-stiff, 45'' long

 

Hybrids: :srixon-small: z45, 16* and 19*, Kuro Kage Black Hybrid, stiff

 

Irons:   :titelist-small:  716 AP2 5-PW, NS Pro 950 GH, stiff, +0.5'' long 

 

Wedges:   :callaway-small: Mack Daddy PM Grind, 58*, black, Skratch Golf 53* wedge, both Dynamic Gold, wedge flex 

 

Putter:  :ping-small: Sigma G Anser, black, pistol grip, 35"

 

All clubs RH.

 

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Justin/Connecticut 

46 - Titleist ZB Forged

50 - Titleist SM6 F Grind 12 Bounce

54 - Titleist SM6 M Grind 8 Bounce

58 - Titleist SM6 K Grind 12 Bounce

 

Strengths - 60 yards in, bunker, flops from rough. 

Weakness - bump and run, open face chips. 

 

4 handicap. 

 

Cheers! 

 

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Casey from Colorado

Currently play Titleist SM5 (50,54,58)

Strengths - around the green and 20 yds and in

Weakness - bunker play and 50-70ys shots

Currently a 3 handicap

 

Thanks again for another amazing opportunity MyGolfSpy!!

Driver = Cobra Fly-Z + 10 degree w/ Aldila RIP Phenom Shaft

3-Wood = Cobra Fly-Z + 14.5 degree

3-Iron = Ping iBlade w/ Ping Standard Graphite Shaft

4-PW = Ping iBlade w/ Project X Rifle Shafts

50 degree = Titleist SM5

54 degree = Titleist SM5

58 degree = Titleist SM5

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Oliver, Salt Lake City, Utah 
50, 135 yards (Titleist 10 bounce, S grind),

54, 125 yards (Titleist 14 bounce, F grind)

58. 115 yards  (Titleist 14 bounce, F Grind) 
Chipping is the strongest part of my game, Love trying new wedges. Titleist can feel like the face is kind of small but love the feel and weight of club. Spin control is huge part of my requirements. 50-75 yards is most challenging to me. 
3 handicap. Play many local Amatuer events and mens league. Practice short game every day. Play 3+ times a week. 

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Steve, CA
45*PW or 50* AW TaylorMade 770, 52* TaylorMade EF ATV; 58* Vokey SM5 M Grind
Trying to fill a gap between my PW and 52*- 135yd shots are now difficult for me. My non stock wedges are bent 2* stronger so I have issues with the bounce. Lastly, on full shots I am getting too much spin and the ball flight will balloon up and be short.
10.6 index

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Nitai/California

 

I'm in the game for a new set of wedges before tournaments start, so please keep me in mind! [emoji3]

 

Currently playing Callaway MD 2's for my 52 degree and 58 degree, Bridgestone j15dpf for my pitching wedge.

 

Good at short range pitch/flop/chip shots, usually within a five foot radius of the cup from 80 yds or less.

 

Generally not too great at 110-20 yard shots with my 52, as it sprays to the right or left without consistency.

 

Currently about an 8 handicapper

 

Please consider me! [emoji1][emoji2]

 

 

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