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With the Sub 70 Wedges up for testing this feels like a really timely topic for right now. 

Anyone make the switch either from or away from the 52/56/60 combo? Anyone playing a speciality wedge in the 48-50 range?

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Driver:  :callaway-small: Paradym TD w/ GD ADDI 6X Driver Shootout! 

Wood:    :cobra-small: F7 3 wood 14.5* w/ Motore F1 Shaft

Irons:   :titleist-small: T Series - T200 5 Iron
                                          T150 6-9 Iron
                                          T100 PW/GW

Wedge:  Toura Golf - A Spec 53,37,61 degree 

Putter:  Screenshot 2023-06-02 13.10.30.png Mezz Max!

Balls:     Vice Pro Plus Drip (Blue/Orange)

 

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1 minute ago, GolfSpy_APH said:

With the Sub 70 Wedges up for testing this feels like a really timely topic for right now. 

Anyone make the switch either from or away from the 52/56/60 combo? Anyone playing a speciality wedge in the 48-50 range?

48-50 is the gap where I have an empty spot now. Mizuno has some interesting loft/bounce combos there and the TM MG high toe 50/09° caught my eye

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I use 5 wedges! I have the standard PW that comes with my TM M6 iron set, the AW that came with it, and Lazrus 52°, 56°, & 60°. I love how the Lazrus hit and pretty much hate my AW. I just can’t hit it.

Driver: TaylorMade M6, stiff, 9°, 45.75"

3W: Lazrus 3 Wood, regular, 15°, 43.5"

3H: Lazrus 3 Hybrid, regular, 18°, 40.75"

5i-PW,AW: TaylorMade M6, steel (PW-43.5°, AW-49° [both 36.00"-D1/C9])

52°W: Lazrus, 52°, 8°, 35.25", D4, Milled face, Forged head, steel

56°W: Lazrus, 56°, 12°, 35.25", D4, Milled face, Forged head, steel

60°W: Lazrus, 60°, 10°, 35.25", D4, Milled face, Forged head, steel

Putter: TaylorMade Spider X Hydroblast, 35", Flow Neck #9 (21° toe hang), KBS Chrome C-Taper Stepless Stability, Superstroke Gtr 1.0 grip

Ball: TaylorMade TP5x, Titleist Pro V1x, experimenting with Snell & Vice

Bag: testing - Stitch Golf SL2 Fadeaway walking bag (active review post link)

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4…45/50/54/58

i switched to Edel last year from my hogans and couldn’t be happier. The public courses I play don’t exactly have perfect private club grass so the variety of wedges gives me a lot more options and it’s made a difference in my scoring for sure. 

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I play 4 wedges counting the PW from my set of Mizuno MP20 MMC's.  The other 3 are a TM MG3 50, then I play Mizuno T22 55 with 13 degrees bounce and a T22 59 with 5 degrees bounce.  The gapping seems to really work for me with this setup.

 

Driver: PXG Black Ops 10.5 (small +) HZRDUS Black Gen 4 6.0

5 Wood TM Stealth 2, 9 Wood TM Stealth 2 (both with MCA Kai'li Blue 70, S-flex) 

Hybrid: Titleist 816 H1 (25 degree) MCA Diamana S-flex

Irons: PXG 0317T SteelFiber i95 Private Reserve S Flex

Wedges: PXG 0317T (51 degree), Mizuno T22 (55 and 59 degree) 

Putter: Bettinardi 2019 Studio Stock 2 MCA MMT Putter or Meridian Tybee

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2....52 and 58. I grew up with just a Wilson Staff 56 and learned to hit every shot possible. Decision making was simple and creative. PW is 46 degrees and from my iron set.

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Fourteen Golf RM22 52*, 58*
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Pitching-Srixon zx5 Dynamic gold x100 tour issue (matching iron set)

50 degree New Level M grind Dynamic gold x100 tour issue (bent from  52)

55 degree New Level S grind Dynamic gold s400 tour issue (bent from 56)

60 degree New Level M grind Dynamic gold s400 tour issue 

 

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Including my PW which is 49 degrees, I have a 52, 56, and 60. Not sure why I have the 52. I can take a little off my PW if I need to hit it in the 110 range. 

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I swing left handed and have been the State of Maine Left Hander's champion since 1997, the last year they held the tournament. I'm currently a 7.1 handicap. Trying to get lower, but my gut gets in the way.

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Driver: image.png.2a9745c9eca1e1dcd4c3ecfd5b2823e3.png Epic speed 9 degree

Irons: :titelist-small: 990's S300 Stiff shafts bought when I was in college. (Received a personal use discount, otherwise would've stuck with my Hogan Edge's)

3 Wood: :callaway-small:  Epic speed 15 degree or image.png.188f225bd9daa89b3976cdaa079d23d0.png PT15

52/56/60 :taylormade-small: Z Spin wedges (heck of a deal $100 for all 3 at Dick's in 2013)

Putter: :odyssey-small: OG Rossie

 

 

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I am carrying typically 3 wedges.  I have (all PING) my standard PW which is 44.5 degrees, then a Utility Wedge which is 49.5, and a Glide which is 60.  I also have a 56 Taylore Made but I found I hit the Glide better.  I have too large a gap between the UW and the 60, however, what I usually do is just take the PW and modify my swing speed/length (choking down on the shaft for example) to adjust for distance.  I have a 52 as well somewhere but never use it.  I use the 60 degree for when I am in the sand by the green. 

image.png.b89fa684b54b186f20c376e6af43ac1d.png 425's- 5i to PW, UW

image.png.4462ac5ffcc9491d68e78951b3a1a587.png  G400 Driver, G425 3W, G425 7W, G425 3H

image.png.cf53a065a6e348c87221c4bf13510375.png 56 degree Hi-Toe wedge

image.png.4462ac5ffcc9491d68e78951b3a1a587.png  Glide 60 degree 

image.png.d4990c8d6330ecc392d9a5124b26165a.png Evnroll ER3

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Titleist T200 PW 43°

Vokey SM9 48°, 52° and 58°

 :titelist-small: Linksmaster bag  

:titelist-small:  TSR3 11° Fujikura Ventus TR Red 6 stiff

:titelist-small:   TSi2 16.5° and 21° Graphite Design Tour AD DI-7 stiff 

:titelist-small:  T200 Utility Build 22° Graphite Design Tour AD 85 HY stiff

:titelist-small:  2021 T200 5-P Nippon Pro Modus³ Tour 105 stiff

:vokey-small:  SM9 48.10F Nippon Pro Modus³ Tour 105 stiff52.12F Nippon Pro Modus³ Tour 120 stiff and 58.10S Jet Black Premium True Temper AMT Black-Black Onyx S300

Scotty Cameron   2022 Special Select Jet Set Newport 34" 350g

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Mizuno JPX-921 HM PW, as part of the Iron set

Specialist: Mizuno T22 "Denim Copper" - 

  • 49/06 (S Grind)
  • 55/13 (S Grind)
  • 60/10 (C Grind)



 


Current Bag(s)

  • Mizuno ST-X 230 Dr (Mitsubishi Kai'Li Blue 60R)
  • Mizuno ST-X 220 4H, 5W, 3W (Aldila Ascent 50 R)
  • Mizuno JPX-921 4i-PW, S22 50/08 T22 55, 60 (Modus 105 R)
  • Odyssey Strokelab Double Width Triple Track 
  • Chromesoft Triple Track or Supersoft
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I'm running a vokey 46, 50, 56, and 60. No PW

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Titleist TSr3 18 Degree, Graphite Design Tour Ad-DI 7x

Takomo 301CB's, KBS Tours 120S

Vokey SM8 48 10F, 52 08F, 56 08M, 60 08M

Odyssey O-Works Jailbird Mini, Versa Scheme, 17" Fatso 3.0 Grip, 40"

Jazz Tacoma Cart Bag

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60, that is made to a 59

54 Pw which is a 49 .all are Cleveland Cdx

and a A wedge which is 54 degrees

 

Taylor made P790 4-pw 

sim 5 fairway wood

ping hybrid 

taylor made grind pw 54 and 60 degree

putter by gambi looks like Phil Mickelson putter

Balls: prov 1 ,Taylor made 5X, Kirkland signature 3 peice 

use Garmin G80 

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I collect wedges I have currently 3 different sets of 50,54,58 or 60 degree combos but currently am playing Mizuno T22 wedges with a 46(bent to 49) in chrome a 54 copper and a 60(bent to 59) in copper 

My WITB :

Driver ; Tour Edge EXS pro 9.5 with matrix Maru Red TX75 shaft

3-wood ; Tour Edge EXS pro 13 with matrix Maru Red TX70 shaft 

hybrid ; adams tour proto 2 hybrid with matrix Ozik hm3 black tie 

Irons ; 4-pw Titleist T100s with kbs c-taper x shafts 

wedges ; mizuno T22 49,54,59 degree with kbs hi-rev x shafts 

putter; ping Oslo h with Mitsubishi 135g putter shaft

ball ; Callaway chrome soft x 

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1 hour ago, Swing Pastor said:

2....52 and 58. I grew up with just a Wilson Staff 56 and learned to hit every shot possible. Decision making was simple and creative. PW is 46 degrees and from my iron set.

I am considering heading in this direction as well. I think I want a 56-58* wedge that can do a lot of different things, mainly get laid open or played square and then just a full swing 50-52* wedge for those 100 yd shots. Right now I have the 50/54/58 split and I always second guess myself on those tweener shots. Do I want to step on the 58 or just hit an easy 54? Plus, I am pretty comfortable taking a bit off my PW (46*) so sometimes I get trapped between my 50* and my PW at like 104 yds to the pin. Also, I generally like just carrying fewer clubs. If I dropped a wedge I would be down to 11 clubs. 

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I typically keep 3. I have a set of Taylormade Hi Toe 3 wedges in 50,54,58. Occasionally I throw in a high bounce 64 degree Cleveland cbx full face when I'm playing a course with deep bunkers and take out my 4 iron.

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-Taylormade BRNR mini driver, cobra radspeed 3 wood and 4 hyrbid

-Mizuno pro 225 irons 4-PW

-Taylormade Hi Toe 3 wedges 50,54,58

-Cobra Supernova putter

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I carry three wedges, pitching wedge, A wedge and sand wedge.

:callaway-small: Mavrik Driver

:callaway-small: Mavrik Three wood

:taylormade-small: M2 Hybrids 3, 4 & 5

:taylormade-small: R7 irons 5 - AW

Volkey sand wedge

David Musty putter

 

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I carry four.  The 45* P790 PW that matched my irons, Vokey SM9 50*, Vokey SM9 56* (bent to 55*) and a Vokey SM7 60*

WITB

Driver:    :titelist-small: Titleist TSi3 w/ HZRDUS RDX Black6.0, A1 setting

Fairway:  :titelist-small:  Titleist TSi3 15* with HZRDUS RDX Black 6.0, 1/2 short, A4 setting

Fairway:  :callaway-small: Callaway Apex UW, 19* with HZRDUS RDX Black

Irons:.   :taylormade-small: Taylor Made P790 4-9 with KBS Tour Flt 120 Stiff shaft

Wedges:.   :vokey-small:Titleist Vokey SM9, 50, 56 with KBS Tour stiff shaft

Wedges:.   :vokey-small:Titleist Vokey SM7, 60* with Tour Flt stiff shaft

Putter:   :odyssey-small: Odyssey Ten mallet

Ball:.  :titelist-small:  Titleist Left Dash Pro V1x

Grips:. Golf Pride MCC+4, 3 wraps

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I have set matching PW & GW, then 54 & 58 degree CBX Zipcore wedges.

Driver: :taylormade-small: QI10 Max
Fairway: :taylormade-small: Sim2 Max 3HL
Fairway: :ping-small: G425 Max 9 Wood
Hybrid: :mizuno-small: 2020 CLK 5 Hybrid
Hybrid: :PXG: 0317 6 Hybrid

Irons: :srixon-small: ZX4 7-PW
Wedges: :cleveland-small: CBX Zipcore 46° 50° 54° & 58°
Putter:   :edel-golf-1:
 Array F-3 
Ball:  :srixon-small: Q-Star Tour Yellow

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I’m right there with you on wedges. Right now I’m using Titleist PW 44*, Vokey SM9 54*, Vokey SM9 50*, Cleveland RTX 60* and Knight 64* for greenside bunkers. Pretty much use every wedge during a round unless I’m lucky enough to avoid bunkers. 

Rogue 1W, 3W, 3H…T100s Irons…SM9 50,54…RTX 60…Knight 64…LAB Link 1 putter

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Like many on this thread, I follow the 4 wedge philosophy.  My pitching wedge and my gap wedge match my irons.  I added 55 degree and 59 degree Edison wedges to replace previous 54 and 58 CBX2 wedges.  Just didn't get the consistency from the CBX2s that I had with prior Cleveland RTX wedges. Perhaps I should have gone back, but I do like the Edison wedges.

Mizuno ST200G driver, Diamana White stiff

Mizuno ST200 Tour Spoon 3 wood, Diamana White stiff

Titleist TSR 7 wood, stiff

Mizuno MP223 irons, 4-GW, Nippon Modus X-stiff

Edison Forged wedges, 55 and 59 degree, KBS Tour stiff

Titleist Scotty Cameron Phantom 5s

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