I'm trying to fill out my bag and am looking at my wedge setup.
My Cleveland CG16 Satin Chrome iron set is quite strong with the Pitching Wedge being 44° gaps between my next two clubs which are 50° and 56° MD Golf NV Drew Wedges. While larger than some, I'm happy with these gaps as I'm quite good at working between the spacings. However I find it difficult to hit the ball on 20-40 yard approaches to stop quickly so I am looking at a lob wedge.. I've then got 6
I'm currently thinking either 60° or 62° and have the following questions:
1) I'm only a 20 handicap and have never used a 62° so do people think this club will be either too difficult/unpredictable or simply more limited by what it can do?
2) Most people seem to have 4° gaps between their wedges so I don't suppose many people would have any issue with a 56° to 60° gap. Do people agree or would anyone suggest keeping the 6° gap?
3) If I'm going for 60° I could get a MD Golf NV Drew wedge for £50 to match the wedges which has it's advantages. However American Golf is offering a 60° Cleveland CG16 Black Pearl in the sales for £50 (normally about £80) which I like. Do people think this would be fine or would people recommend keeping the wedges from the same company line-up for consistency? I can get the NV Drew anytime but the Cleveland deal will only be while stocks last I assume.
4) What bounce would people recommend on the lob wedge? Suggestions for both 60° and 62° if different please.
If I get the 60° and then decide I want more loft I assume I can ask my Pro to bend it further down the line.
Thanks in advance. That was a longer post than I was planning.