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Kirkland 3 wedge set. Anyone using them besides me?


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I've had this 3 wedge set from Costco for about 90 days now, and I'm having good results with them.  60 = 75 yds; 56 = 85 yds; 52 = 95 yds.  And they're good around the green.  I use the 60 out of greenside bunkers with great success.  Replaced 3 major brand wedges I was struggling with for about a year; and yes, I was supposedly fitted for those!  Got fed up and got the Costco ones.

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WIMB:

  • Driver: PXG 0811 XF 10.5 set to 9 w/Tensei 50 R flex
  • PXG 0317 X 3H 19 w/Mitsubishi Chemical 70 R flex
  • Cleveland Launcher 4-PW XL Halo R flex irons
  • Cobra Speed Zone GW R flex
  • Cleveland 54 & 58 CBX R flex 
  • Cobra Supernova putter
  • Maxfli Tour CG
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Love mine.  I have also found the 60 to be the best out of the sand.  Best wedges I've owned.  The one minus I see, yet not a problem yet, is the grips.  It seems like they will wear out very quickly.  As I have been using the 52 for mostly full shots (sand wedge is great for the partial shots and around the greeen) I am getting the A wedge to match my irons (699 Pros) hoping for a little more distance and similar feel and less bounce.

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image.png.abb9657a94ef38fba2ae66329ccdcd3a.png    849 Pro Evenflow Riptide 60g R

:tour-edge:   EXS 3 wood 15 degree Tensei Blue R

:tour-edge:   EXS 5 wood 18 degree  Tensei Blue R

:tour-edge:   EXS 7 wood 21 degree  Tensei Blue R

image.png.5638179774e5abb2a6414754198e7124.png    699 5-7i   USTRecoil 660 F3 R

image.png.c7aa9cf044e4588f8df86325313f23aa.png    699 Pro 8-AW  USTRecoil 660 F3 R    

 image.png.0c814df7a41156807d09d0f71918f7b8.png   56 60 wedges

image.png.5b38cd69def323ffded9c1cfa9a0b829.png    TAll Wide Blade putter

image.png.44476ec8528655987e70ef0c07f9c647.png NX9 Slope

image.png.06e551b892c03e51345ba2a31fadf4a3.png Pro

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One of my golf buddies, whose short game skills I envy, uses at least one of the Kirkland wedges that I'm aware of and loves it.

Driver: :ping-small: G400 Max 9 degree set to +1, Aldila Extreme Green 55 gram R shaft 

Fairway: :taylormade-small: M4 3W (16.5*) 5W (21*) 7W (24*) -- stock R shafts.

Irons: :callaway-small: Apex CF19 6-9, PW, AW, SW(bent to 52) KBSTour Graphite  70g shafts R +1/2 inch 3 up

Wedges:  :Sub70: JB 56 and JB 60 KBS Tour90 V Steel shafts +1/2 inch soft stepped

Putter: :odyssey-small: Stroke Lab 7S

Ball: :Snell: MTB-X

My Photography can be seen at Smugmug

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3 hours ago, EEZurg said:

Love mine.  I have also found the 60 to be the best out of the sand.  Best wedges I've owned.  The one minus I see, yet not a problem yet, is the grips.  It seems like they will wear out very quickly.  As I have been using the 52 for mostly full shots (sand wedge is great for the partial shots and around the greeen) I am getting the A wedge to match my irons (699 Pros) hoping for a little more distance and similar feel and less bounce.

I replaced the grips immediately as I use soft mid-size due to arthritis in my hands.  My Cobra gap wedge is 48 degrees which gives me 105 yards.  These wedges were a perfect extension for a full wedge set.

WIMB:

  • Driver: PXG 0811 XF 10.5 set to 9 w/Tensei 50 R flex
  • PXG 0317 X 3H 19 w/Mitsubishi Chemical 70 R flex
  • Cleveland Launcher 4-PW XL Halo R flex irons
  • Cobra Speed Zone GW R flex
  • Cleveland 54 & 58 CBX R flex 
  • Cobra Supernova putter
  • Maxfli Tour CG
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I did get a mid-size grip on my A wedge that matches my set, as it will be for mostly full swings.  The Kirkland grips are not my favorite, but, to my surprise, I am liking the standard (narrower?) grips on the wedges for partial shots and around the greens.  have more feel.  I can see me switching out the gap wedges from time to time, to get a feel for what is best for me.  One of the reasons I bought the Kirklands....a cheaper way to experiment with my wedge setup.

image.png.abb9657a94ef38fba2ae66329ccdcd3a.png    849 Pro Evenflow Riptide 60g R

:tour-edge:   EXS 3 wood 15 degree Tensei Blue R

:tour-edge:   EXS 5 wood 18 degree  Tensei Blue R

:tour-edge:   EXS 7 wood 21 degree  Tensei Blue R

image.png.5638179774e5abb2a6414754198e7124.png    699 5-7i   USTRecoil 660 F3 R

image.png.c7aa9cf044e4588f8df86325313f23aa.png    699 Pro 8-AW  USTRecoil 660 F3 R    

 image.png.0c814df7a41156807d09d0f71918f7b8.png   56 60 wedges

image.png.5b38cd69def323ffded9c1cfa9a0b829.png    TAll Wide Blade putter

image.png.44476ec8528655987e70ef0c07f9c647.png NX9 Slope

image.png.06e551b892c03e51345ba2a31fadf4a3.png Pro

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I've heard great things and I'd be open to using them if they had them in my loft (54 degree).  though if I lose my 60 degree (it's happened before) I'd probably replace with the 3 pack and maybe just have the 52 and 56 as back ups.

Driver: :callaway-small: Epic Flash Sub-Zero  Project X HZRDUS Smoke

3 Wood: image.jpeg.693c1038c87ba93f656427286d5ff6c6.jpeg M6 UST Mamiya Proforce V2

3 Hybrid: image.jpeg.693c1038c87ba93f656427286d5ff6c6.jpeg M6 UST Mamiya Proforce V2

4 Hybrid : image.jpeg.693c1038c87ba93f656427286d5ff6c6.jpeg M4 Stock Stiff Shaft

Irons: image.jpeg.693c1038c87ba93f656427286d5ff6c6.jpeg P790 (5I-AW) - 2 deg strong - Nippon Modus3 105 Gram/Stiff 

60 Degree Wedge: :titelist-small: Vokey SM7 - AMT Black/Stiff

54 Degree Wedge: :cleveland-small: RTX Zip Core

Putter: :ping-small:  Sigma G Tyne Putter

Ball: :titelist-small: ProV1x

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