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post #19 of 29
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I have decided on the 50 vokey what degree if bounce is best? My playing conditions are almost everything from hard, hard and soft.
post #20 of 29
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I have decided on the 50 vokey what degree if bounce is best? My playing conditions are almost everything from hard, hard and soft.

For all around conditions, I personally prefer more bounce.

Unless you play concrete hard conditions almost exclusively, and you pick the ball cleanly, taking no divot, I'd opt for 12* over the 8*.
post #21 of 29
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For all around conditions, I personally prefer more bounce.

Unless you play concrete hard conditions almost exclusively, and you pick the ball cleanly, taking no divot, I'd opt for 12* over the 8*.
Would the 12* work in soft conditions and in bunkers well?
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Would the 12* work in soft conditions and in bunkers well?

Of course!  More bounce is always good, and certainly for soft conditions and bunkers!

post #23 of 29
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Would the 12* work in soft conditions and in bunkers well?

Yes the more bounce you have the better it is in soft conditions.  Higher bounce wedges are better overall IMO.  I had low bounce wedges last season and struggled with them.  Never again.

post #24 of 29
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Yes the more bounce you have the better it is in soft conditions.  Higher bounce wedges are better overall IMO.  I had low bounce wedges last season and struggled with them.  Never again.
Does that mean the 12* would still be ok in firm conditions?
post #25 of 29
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Does that mean the 12* would still be ok in firm conditions?

Yep. It'll do better in firm conditions than the 8* will do in soft conditions.
post #26 of 29
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Does that mean the 12* would still be ok in firm conditions?

 

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Yep. It'll do better in firm conditions than the 8* will do in soft conditions.

Yeah ... what he said. :)

 

Also, read this: http://thesandtrap.com/t/57874/my-edel-wedges-or-super-bounce-and-why-its-good-for-you-or-the-sweet-spot-is-finally-in-the-right-place/0_30

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post #28 of 29
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Does that mean the 12* would still be OK in firm conditions?

I think so, if you use this technique:

 

http://thesandtrap.com/t/39411/quickie-pitching-video

 

I can hit little pitch shots of my office carpet at work with this bounce using this technique.  The carpet is super short and set on concrete.  It is like hitting off of a rock hard green. 

post #29 of 29

Keep your set pw. I doubt you will hit the vokey as far as the i20 in the same degree

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