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post #145 of 152
A mistake.. They sent you the ones for some guy named Osu...

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post #146 of 152
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Originally Posted by Jeremie Boop View Post
 

Did you already scuff the bottom of one?

 

Yea, that is what happens when you play a City of Dayton course, they can get a bit nicked up. 

 

I expect the 56 to get some wear on it. I use that for pretty much majority of my pitch shots 

post #147 of 152
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Yea, that is what happens when you play a City of Dayton course, they can get a bit nicked up. 

 

I expect the 56 to get some wear on it. I use that for pretty much majority of my pitch shots 

Yep, that's why I'm hesitant to buy good high dollar wedges because the courses around here aren't any better.

post #148 of 152
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Yep, that's why I'm hesitant to buy good high dollar wedges because the courses around here aren't any better.

 

They are golf clubs. They hit the ground. Who knows what little rocks might be in the dirt bellow the grass. Heck there are some PGA tour players clubs that look beat to hell. I wish they would stay shiny forever, but then I would be paying a lot of money for some clubs to hang on the wall. 

post #149 of 152
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They are golf clubs. They hit the ground. Who knows what little rocks might be in the dirt bellow the grass. Heck there are some PGA tour players clubs that look beat to hell. I wish they would stay shiny forever, but then I would be paying a lot of money for some clubs to hang on the wall. 

True enough.

post #150 of 152
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Originally Posted by Jeremie Boop View Post
 

Yep, that's why I'm hesitant to buy good high dollar wedges because the courses around here aren't any better.

 

 

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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

 

They are golf clubs. They hit the ground. Who knows what little rocks might be in the dirt bellow the grass. Heck there are some PGA tour players clubs that look beat to hell. I wish they would stay shiny forever, but then I would be paying a lot of money for some clubs to hang on the wall. 

Exactly.  It doesn't affect how they play, @Jeremie Boop.  When I got my new irons and wedges, I think it was with the very first swing I took with my 59 (in a practice bunker) I hit a hidden rock and put a little nick on it.  The first swing!!  But, whatever, its a golf club.:beer:

post #151 of 152
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

Here we go,

 

My Custom Edel Wedges!!!

 

Lofts: 52, 56, and 60 degrees

Shafts: KBS Wedge Stiff Flex

Grind: TRP "Trapper"

 

 

 

 

 

 

Congratulations!  I may have missed someone else's wedges, but I haven't seen the "F" designation before (F2, F6, FX).  Which grinds did you end up with?

post #152 of 152
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Congratulations!  I may have missed someone else's wedges, but I haven't seen the "F" designation before (F2, F6, FX).  Which grinds did you end up with?

 

 

Grind: TRP "Trapper"

 

The F2, F6, FX are just how I wanted the lofts written. 

 

F2 = 52

F6 = 56

FX = 60

 

I didn't like how S0 looked, FX just looked better to me. 

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