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post #19 of 25

Re: Callaway JAWS wedge

Santa Claus just brought me the X tour forged 56 and 60 and I had them inserted with Grapholoy Red pro launch shafts and they look REAL GOOD under the tree.I am just sending my Fusion irons back to Callaway to have them reshafted with the Grapholoy Red pro launch shafts.
post #20 of 25

Re: Callaway JAWS wedge

Note to all:

In my original comments, I asked Quinn07 if he had trouble with the rather high bounce on the Callaway X-Tour 52 and 60 wedges. I said I had a 50.11 AW from my X20 irons I was having trouble with.

I have since replaced the 50.11 with the Cleveland 50.08 which now appears in my sig line. The sig line updates, I guess, even for things already posted.
post #21 of 25

Is it just me or is AnthonyKim 3 the biggest golf prude on The Sand Trap. Wake up, so you play to a one handicap, big frickin deal. You going around answering peoples legit questions with your 'im better than the world' attitude is a way of your apparently precious time, and for people like me who actually want real answers despite our damned handicap index. And if im not mistaken the real AK BLOWHS HARD so you having a cool username isn't helping your FAKE badass attitude alright, dumbass?

post #22 of 25

You seriously just bumped a thread just to attack a member about a comment he made two years ago? Wow.

post #23 of 25

 

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Originally Posted by darkhunter139 View Post

You seriously just bumped a thread just to attack a member about a comment he made two years ago? Wow.


... and who seems not to have posted anything at all for a year... lol

post #24 of 25

I have been playing the vintage non conforming wedges ... Wow.... do they spin and tear up golf balls.   I really like the C grind of the wedges.     It certainly give you a lot of versitility around the greens and how you play shots.     Probably not these easiest wedge to hit pure... but certainly when hit properly, this club is really good.     I am hopeful that ball eating characteristics chill out after a few months of play, but I really love the spin. 

post #25 of 25
I definitely think worth waiting for Phils McDaddy , if ur a Callaway Fan. I use a Hogan reveria lob wedge which I think was made by Callaway its not the softest but it sits very well behind the ball and also improved me alot from bunkers
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