What bounce do you guys use in your wedges and why?
I've been playing golf for 6-7 years and I know the basics of why a golfer should choose and high bounce vs a low bounce for a wedge. However, I'd like to get you guys opinion on the subject. What do you consider "high" or "low" bounce for you?
I currently use:
Cleveland CG 12 Lob Wedge 60 degree with 10 degrees of bounce
Cleveland CG 12 Sand Wedge 56 degree with 14 degrees of bounce
*1) The reason for this question is that I absolutely love the 60 wedge for all shots (firm/wet sand, chipping, pitch shots, and flop shots). Cleveland apparently no longer produces a 60 wedge with 10 degrees of bounce. I refuse to switch to a 8 or 12 degree bounce for my lob wedge b/c 8 degrees is not enough to give me confidence in bunkers and 12 degrees is too much to hit flop shots off tight lies. So I will basically never use Cleveland wedges again until they produce the 60 wedge with the same specs I have been using for 7 years.
2) 2nd reason is that I do love the 56 wedge with 14 degrees of bounce for "most shots" (longer bunker shots/fluffy sand, pitch shots, and it is perfect for chipping). I just have some trouble hitting full shots with it. I was seriously considering going to another manufacturer anyway b/c they suddenly won't make the lob wedge the way I want it. So, i was wondering if I should try going with a 56 degree wedge with 12 or 13 degrees of bounce. Will that be enough for fluffy sand?