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CG14 pr Scratch Wedges???

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I'm trying to decide between either a set of Cleveland Black Pearl CG14s or Scratch 8620 Milled Chrome wedges in 56* and 60* to replace my current (old) Cleveland CG10 set of wedges.  Anyone have any input on either of these wedges?  I've been pretty happy with my CG10s.  I'm particularly interested in any info on the Scratch wedges.

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I noticed that the Cleveland wedges are longer than the Vokeys or Pings.

Rock Bottom Golf has both the ones your looking for pretty cheap.

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If you like the feel of vokeys, the scratch wedges are the way to go. I've got a set of them and they get the job done.

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I play CG14 wedges, but have never hit any Scratch wedges.

In the Cleveland line, I have test-hit the CG 12, 14, 15 and 16 models. I like the CG14 because of the gold (or sometimes black) gel insert behind the clubface. This feels softer during shots, without costing me feel. I'm 60 years old, so I'm looking for ways to lessen stress on tendons.

On the standard CG14 heads, I have found I can open up the face a couple of degrees, or close it down, without the leading edge "rising up." Not as dramatic heel and toe relief as the DSG (dynamic sole grind) heads, but quite enough for the shots I try.

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