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Toe shank sounds scary...
Originally the PW had about 50* loft. Nowadays a 50* wedge is called "approach" or "gap" wedge.
What's a toe shank?
And why is the 46* iron called a wedge?
I think this whole thing is ridicolous too. Why don't sell sets starting with a 1 iron? And PW nowadays with 45* loft. Who pitches with a PW?
Lofts have changed over the years. I don't know any company that still sells 1 irons. For instance the 712U driving iron from Titleist with 18* Loft is considered as an 2 iron.
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