Re: Club GappingIf you are replacing all your clubs, including your irons, you will have to see what the loft of your new PW will be... many modern PW are 45 or 46˚ where as older PW were between 48 and 50˚. This will affect the gaps in your wedges. You don't want a have a 45/46˚ PW then your next club be 56˚.
From what you've described a 45/46 PW, 52/58 combo might work well in your situation. Just some food for thought.
I prefer my irons with a more traditional loft, so I have a 48˚ PW. I only carry two other wedges, a 54, and a 60. The 6˚ gap between my wedges is fine with me as I don't have much problem feeling my yardages.
It's not that I think Pelz is full of it, I just don't want to have to think that much on the golf course