Originally Posted by sofingaw
. ... It's tough to say for sure though, without knowing your distances, or how well you know them, and consistently hit them.
Right now, you have 44*, 50* and 56*. What is the difference in length between the shafts?
Also, what model Callaway irons do you have? Possibly Razr X? If so, what shaft do you have?
For numbered irons, the normal shaft length difference is 1/2". Rough planning rule is that 1/2" and 4* loft gap between irons = about 10 yards difference in distance. (This will vary if you have other than average swing speed).
For wedges, most companies go to 1/4" shaft differences between wedges. For the CG16, Cleveland went to 1/8" length differences.
Right now, you have three different wedge models in your bag. And, you may find that your CG16 / 50* wedge is the same shaft length - or maybe 1/4" longer - than your PW. (Should be 1/4" to 1/2" shorter.)
What you need to do is check how far these wedges carry on full, 3/4, half and 1/4 shots. If the distance gaps are fairly even, this will help consistent wedge play. I'm suspecting the gaps will be uneven because you have three different wedge models in play, with non-coordinated shaft lengths.
A solution: This move might cost you some money, but if you got a matching GW and SW for your irons, it might simplify things for you. This assumes the iron set's matching wedges hit OK for you.